LET THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG Meaning: when you let the cat out of the bag, you reveal a secret to somebody.
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD Meaning: if something is worth its weight in gold, it’s very meaningful, useful or/and valuable. For example: When Alter is a citizen – his speeches are worth their weight in gold, so you should do your best to listen them carefully. Each English Mafia Club member is worth their weight […]
WHEELING AND DEALING Meaning: when you are wheeling and dealing, you’re making some tricky deals, business or/and favours. For example: You have to be very good at wheeling and dealing to start a successful business in Ukraine. Hey, Velma Kelly, why are you wheeling and dealing about your Sheriff story?! Why don’t you just talk […]
UNDER THE TABLE Meaning: when you do something under the table – means you do something secretly, in most cases because it’s unethical or beyond the law. For example: Most of the salaries in Ukraine are paid under the table, because the law doesn’t leave a lot of alternative… Many experienced English Mafia Club members […]
TALK TURKEY Meaning: when you talk turkey – you get down to business or start being straightforward during your negotiations.For example: OK, we had fun guessing who is who in this game, but now if we make a mistake – we will loose the game. So, let’s talk turkey: who is the Sheriff of the […]
KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE Meaning: when you kill two birds with one stone, you hit two targets with one step or action.
EYES LIKE A HAWK Meaning: if you have eyes like a hawk, means you are good at noticing details or simply you have a very good eyesight.
DIG ONE’S OWN GRAVE Meaning: when you dig your own grave, you make an action that results bad consequences for you in future.
WASH YOUR HANDS OF SOMETHING Meaning: when you wash your hands of something you start keeping away from an activity you used to be a part of, because you lost your interest in it.
KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF Meaning: If some fact knocks your socks off, it means it surprises you a lot.