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Below you will see the table of idioms that was on the previous page, but some words are missing. Complete the table by typing in the missing words.
Idiom: Meaning: A of wills A disagreement where both sides are determined to win Get off (someone’s) back Stop criticising or telling someone what to do Bury the To stop and argument and agree to make peace Over my dead body! When you refuse to let someone do something they want to do Send (someone) To tell someone to leave. Wipe the clean (very similar to ‘bury the hatchet’) To forget about previous disagreements or problems and to start again Over my dead body! When you refuse to let someone do something they want to do on thin ice Doing or saying something that could easily/quickly end up in a disagreement or trouble Pick in (something) Trying to finding faults in something someone is doing or saying A bone to pick with (someone) Something that annoyed you that you want to talk to the person about An branch Something you do, say or offer to try an end a disagreement Split hairs Disagreeing about small or irrelevant details Water under the bridge To say that something that you had disagreed about is no longer important Add to the fire To make a situation or argument even worse To clear the air To talk about something to stop a feeling of disagreement or resentment Agree to disagree To agree not to argue anymore about a difference of opinion At each other’s Always arguing (normally strongly) On the warpath To be very angry A point A subject that someone is sensitive about and should therefore be avoided To clear the air To talk about something to stop a feeling of disagreement or resentment A battle A disagreement that has been going on for some time.