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“Stone’s throw” means “a short distance”.  Example: The beach is just a stone’s throw from our hotel.

"Stone's throw" means "a short distance". The beach is just a stone’s throw from our hotel. "Está a un paso"

“Behind the times” means “old-fashioned”.  Example: My mom refuses to email me, she still mails me letters. She’s so behind the times.

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"Dressed to the nines" means "wearing very fashionable or expensive clothes". Example: I’m going to dress to the nines tonight because I’m meeting my girlfriend’s parents for the first time.

Mettersi in tiro - "Dressed to the nines" means "wearing very fashionable or expensive clothes". Example: I’m going to dress to the nines tonight because I’m meeting my girlfriend’s parents for the first time.

Idiom Land - App "Drop the ball" means "to make a mistake, to fail". Example: Thomas dropped the ball when he forgot to pick his girlfriend up at the train station.

Idiom Land - App "Drop the ball" means "to make a mistake, to fail". Example: Thomas dropped the ball when he forgot to pick his girlfriend up at the train station.

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