Wing It – American Idiom Lesson

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Wing It
When you wing it, you do something with out any preparation.

  • Suddenly, my boss asked me to do a presentation at the meeting. I am going to have to wing it.
  • Jack gave a great speech. I heard he had to wing it!

Have you needed to wing it recently?


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