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Common weather-related idioms in English

Jackie Guiter
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Do you know any of these expressions? Try using them, making your own sentences or explaining them and I'll let you know if they are correct. Can you come up with an equivalent in another language?

Come rain or shine
Meaning: Regardless of circumstances or regardless of the weather.
Example: “Come rain or come shine he runs 6 miles every morning.”

Every cloud has a silver lining
Meaning: every difficult or unpleasant situation has some advantage.
Example: "I try to remind myself that every cloud has a silver lining whenever I'm going through a difficult time."

Put something on ice
Meaning: to delay a plan or an event for a period of time.
Example: "The meeting has been put on ice until next week."

Throw caution to the wind
Meaning: to do something without worrying about the risks or consequences.
Example: "Maybe I'll throw caution to the wind, give up my job and go travelling."

To be under the weather
Meaning: to be ill.
Example: "I'm afraid Jack won't be in school today, he's a bit under the weather."




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