Here are several common phrases and sayings in English, starting with the letter T. Click one of them to find further details! Give it a try.
‘T‘ – Phrases
Take It With a Grain of Salt
Take the given information lightly, as it may be inaccurate or unreliable.
Talk The Talk
Supporting what you say, not just with words, but also through action or evidence.
The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree
This is said about a child who has similar qualities or talents to those of their parents.
The Early Bird Gets The Worm
When certain opportunities present themselves, arriving first or early can increase one’s chances of success.
The Old One-Two
1. A fast combination of punches. 2. A strong combination of two people or things.
The Plot Thickens
A situation that has gotten way more serious or interesting due to recent complexities or developments.
The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog
This English phrase is a pangram, which means it is a sentence that uses all 26 letters of the alphabet.
The Straw That Broke The Camel’s Back
A series of occurrences that eventually lead to one final thing that causes a person to lose their patience.
There’s No I In Team
To not work alone, but rather, together with others in order to achieve a certain goal.
Throw In The Towel
This phrase means to give up; to surrender.
Too Many Cook In The Kitchen
When too many people work on something, it may cause problems and the final product can be hurt as a result.
High quality, exceptional; something that’s very valuable.
Tug Of War
It can refer to the popular rope pulling game or it can mean a struggle for authority.
Two Down, One To Go
The “two” in this phrase refers to things that have been completed, while the “one” refers to that which has yet to be finished.
Two Peas In a Pod
Two people who are similar in terms of appearance or in what they like to do; alike.