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2000 bilingual phrases – 19
1. He did it at my expense.
2. We'll do it regardless of expense.
3. That is true to a certain extent.
4. I have credit to the extent of £10,000.
5. She has almond eyes.
6. My property goes as far as the eye can see.
7. I did it in the twinkling of an eye.
8. He could see it in his mind's eye.
9. It's something that hits you in the eye.
10. He didn't take his eyes off her.
11. It's very pleasant to the eye.
12. She is the apple of his eye.
13. Something caught his eye.
14. Keep an eye on him.
15. He rolled his eyes.
16. That man always turns a blind eye.
17. That star can be seen with the naked eye.
18. She has an eye for detail.
19. This boy has eyes like a hawk.
20. She was crying her eyes out.
21. The solution was staring me in the face.
22. You have a face as long as a poker.
23. It's difficult to keep a straight face.
24. You have lost face.
25. You have to save face.
26. She slammed the door in his face.
27. I'm going to smash your face in.
28. She turned red in the face.
29. You have to face the facts.
30. Let's face it.
31. Face the wall.
32. You have to face the music.
33. My room faces north.
34. They were facing each other.
35. I failed in maths.
36. My strength is failing me.
37. Words fail me.
38. He failed to answer the invitation.
39. We'll have problems when the food supplies fail.
40. This man is a failed musician.