Posted by: marisadedios | 10 March, 2009

Contest: guess the word

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I think this time is going to be a real challenge. Again, not enogh with just telling us the idiom, we want to know the meaning too.

Good luck

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  1. No, I don’t know the answer, I only can see the “STOP”.

    Marisa, could you please do something. I supose it’s my PC fault, but, well, My Windows Vista doesn`t really works properly.

    Thanks.

  2. No, I don’t know the answer, I only can see the “STOP”.

    Marisa, could you please do something. I supose it’s my PC fault, but, well, My Windows Vista doesn`t really work properly.

    Thanks.

  3. No, I don’t know the answer, I only can see the “STOP”.

    Marisa, could you please do something? I supose it’s my PC fault, because my Windows Vista doesn’t work properly.

    Thanks.

  4. No, I don’t know the answer, I only can see the “STOP”.

    Marisa, could you please do something? I supose it’s my PC fault, because my Windows Vista doesn’t work properly.

    Thanks.

  5. No, I don’t know the answer, I only can see the “STOP”.

    Marisa, could you please do something? I supose it’s my PC fault, because my Windows Vista doesn’t work properly.

    Thanks.

  6. a nature stop??
    It means a stop to use the toilet (for instance, during a travel)

  7. Sorry Rebeca. There was a mistake in the code to embed the picture. Hope you guess now.

  8. Again, isn’t it a nature stop???? that means a stop to use the toilet (during a travel)??

  9. Or, what about this one…

    Be like a deer caught in the headlights.

    It means, suddenly not to be able to move yourself or think or speak, because a surprise happening.

    ‘When he realised it was his birthday party he was like a deer caught in the headlights’

  10. The buck stops here.
    It means that you will take responsability for a situation or problem, that you won’t pass the buck.
    President Truman made this sentence popular.

  11. Raquel, you’re right again! I’m impressed!


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