Idiom in H – Hit the Nail on the Head

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Here is a new idiom that could come in handy.

What it means:

It means to do something correctly and efficiently.

When to use it:

Use it whenever you want to point out that somebody did something right or made a relevant, funny comment. For example, imagine that you are learning how to play chess. You make a very good move. Your chess partner could say that you hit the nail on the head with that move.

Other idioms in H:

To have a go – to try something

To hit the road – to leave a place to go somewhere else

Hot potato – a controversial topic that nobody wants to deal with

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