慣用語句 – English Idioms Lesson – Bite Someone’s Head Off

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Have you ever made a mistake in your office and the boss got very angry with you? Or maybe you did something wrong at home and your husband/wife/mother/father yelled at you…? In this kind of situation, we can use the idiom, to bite someone’s head off. It means, to speak angrily at someone. Here are some examples:

  • The boss bit my head off when I came late this morning
  • Jack said his wife bit his head off when he came home drunk
  • If you miss the deadline, the teacher is going to bite your head off

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