If someone cries crocodile tears, they pretend to be upset or affected by something., She is crying crocodile tears.
If someone is very excited about something, they have a bee in their bonnet, When I said to my brother that we were going to Salitre Magico he was a bee in his bonnet
If you grab (take) the bull by its horns, you deal head-on and directly with a problem
If you catch hell, you get into trouble or get scolded. ('Catch heck' is also used.)
If you have a short sleep during the day, you are cat napping., She is having a cat nap.
Dog days are very hot summer days, Yesterday it was a dog days
If you work like a dog, you work very hard., I work like a dog in this mind map
Donkey work is any hard, boring work or task, Dayana's work is a donkey work
This idiom means 'a very long time'., This presentation takes donkey´s years
If you cook someone's goose, you ruin their plans., She cooks Angee's goose.
If someone tells you to hold your horses, you are doing something too fast and they would like you to slow down., Please, hold your horses, I know that you can do it better.
If you smell a rat, you know instinctively that something is wrong or that someone is lying to you.
If you get up very early, you're up with the lark., Every morning he is up with the lark
If you break the back of the beast, you accomplish a challenge., Jhonny is breaking the back of the beast of himself again.
If something moves at a snail's pace, it moves very slowly., The traffic is going at snail's pace.
The nervous feeling before something important or stressful is known as butterflies in your stomach., She feels butterflies in her stomach when he talks with her.
When it is raining cats and dogs, it is raining very heavily, Tomorrow, it could be ranning cats and dogs