🚴"BICYCLE IDIOMS"🚴 used to describe a skill that is easy to learn and once learnt, will never be forgotten
1. It’s just like riding a bike: an idiom
2. To back pedal: when a person has a strong opinion about something but then has to change his or her mind about it
3. To get on your bike: an informal, derogatory expression meaning to go away, or to “bugger off”.
4. Like a fish needs a bicycle: to have absolutely no need for something
5. To freewheel: if you freewheel when cycling, you do not use your legs to power you forwards, so the expression means doing something without constraint or control; not controlled by rules or limits
6. To do something in tandem: means to collaborate or to do something together
7. To hit the brakes: it means to slow down or stop what you are doing
8. To get back in the saddle: to begin doing something again after a long break due to illness or a setback.
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