Idioms Challenge

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Which phrase means that everything was working perfectly without any issues?

Didn't skip a beat

Which phrase means to use every available means to achieve a goal?

Pull out all the stops

Which phrase means to have all possible extra features or options?

All the bells and whistles

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Idiomatic Expressions

  • "To run like clockwork" means that everything was working perfectly without any issues.
  • "To stop at nothing" means to use every available means to achieve a goal, no matter what it takes.
  • "To have all the bells and whistles" means to have all possible extra features or options.

Do you know what it means to "pull out all the stops" or "have all the bells and whistles"? Test your knowledge of idiomatic expressions with our quiz! This quiz will challenge you to match phrases like these with their correct meanings. Get ready to impress your friends and colleagues with your expertise in idioms!

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