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English idioms related to Knowledge & Understanding - Inexpertness

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English idioms related to Knowledge & Understanding
small dog, tall weeds
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used to describe a person who seems to be incapable of doing something due to a lack of necessary resources or skills
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for a toffee
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used to say that someone is extremely bad at doing something
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one-trick pony
[noun]
a person or thing that excels at doing only one thing
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out of practice
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used to say that one did not have much experience with something and therefore is not very good at it
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wet behind the ears
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having little knowledge or experience of a particular situation or activity
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to lose one's touch
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to no longer be able to do a certain activity as well as one did in the past
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to not (even) know the meaning of the word
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to lack knowledge or understanding of a particular concept or term
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