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English idioms used to Describe People - Taste & Will

Explore English idioms that relate to taste and will, including "rabbit hole" and "labor of love".

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English idioms used to Describe People
to have one's (own) way
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to get or do what one wants despite the odds or other people's desires
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to not be caught dead
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used for saying that someone strongly refuses to participate in or be associated with something, often due to strong dislike, embarrassment, or a sense of moral objection
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one's cup of tea
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a type of activity, subject, etc. that one is very good at or enjoys very much
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to be one's scene
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to be something that one is interested in
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to be in for a treat
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to tell someone that they are really about to enjoy something
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at one's pleasure
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used for saying that someone can do something whenever and however they want
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labor of love
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a task that is done only for the sake of one's pleasure and not for any rewards of any kind
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to feast one's eyes on sb/sth
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to observe someone or something with a great sense of pleasure or fulfillment
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rabbit hole
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something that a person finds so interesting that they cannot let go of it
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to do as sb please
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to perform any activity in the way that one prefers, paying no attention to what others might say or think about one
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to do one's own thing
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to do whatever makes one happy or satisfied, without caring about other's opinions
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to turn one's nose up
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to turn something down because one believes that it is not satisfactory enough
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to make a face at sb/sth
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to alter one's facial expression in response to someone or something, often to convey emotions such as dislike, disgust, or mockery
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to scratch the itch
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to fulfill one's need or desire for something
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sb can take it or leave it
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used to say that someone is indifferent about having, eating, seeing, or doing something
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too much like hard work
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(of an activity) too time consuming or requiring a lot of effort to be done or completed
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