What do u mean by nipping?

What do u mean by nipping?

sharp or biting
sharp or biting, as cold. sarcastic; caustic.

What does digging in your heels mean?

refuse to change
If you dig your heels in, you stubbornly resist something or refuse to change.

What does the term heel dragging mean?

to do something slowly because you do not want to do it: I suspect the management is dragging its heels on this issue. Unwilling and reluctant. arsed.

What does turning on your heels mean?

to turn away from
Definition of spin/turn on one’s heel : to turn away from someone in a very quick or sudden way He told us he had nothing more to say, then he turned on his heel and walked away.

What does the phrase mean warts and all?

phrase [PHRASE after verb, PHRASE noun] If you describe someone or accept them warts and all, you describe them or accept them as they are, including all their faults. Lyn loves him warts and all. He gives us a portrait of the real Gandhi, warts and all.

What does it mean to dig your feet in?

to refuse to change your plans or ideas, especially when someone is trying to persuade you to do so.

What is it called when you drag your feet?

To procrastinate or delay doing something. procrastinate. delay. lag. stall.

Why do I drag my heels when I walk?

The reason is because the muscles of your feet and legs are increasingly fatigued, causing all those muscles lose their elasticity. They end up being more rigid and tense, making it more difficult to lift your foot off the ground to take each step.

How do you use head over heels in a sentence?

That woman is head over heels in love. One classic expression of psychological projection is head-over-heels infatuation.

What is the meaning of turns on?

Definition of turn on transitive verb. 1 : to activate or cause to flow, operate, or function by or as if by turning a control turn the water on full turn on the power. 2a : to move pleasurably rock music turns her on also : to excite sexually.

Where did the word nettle originate from?

Nettle originated as a plant name that we can trace to the Old English word netel. Eventually, people likened the nagging itch caused by the plant to the nagging aggravation of being annoyed, and nettle became a synonym of vex, peeve, and of course irritate.