Stink – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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Stink Stink means to have a bad smell. We use stink as an idiom to mean that something is no good. You can say something stinks or it stinks or that stinks. The party was cancelled? That stinks! This stinks. It’s going to rain all weekend. The subways in this city really stink. How about you? Have you heard any …

Laid Back – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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Laid Back A person who is laid back has an easy going and relaxed personality. My boss my boss is laid back. It is said that people in California are more laid back than people in New York City. I’m usually laid back, except when I’m driving. How about you? Are you laid back? Do you know anybody who is …