اصطلاحات انگلیسی - موضوع مطالعه

اصطلاحات انگلیسی - موضوع مطالعه

در این مقاله اصطالاحات زبان انگلیسی با موضوع مطالعه با معنی و مثال انگلیسی آورده شده‌اند. سعی کنید بعد از مطالعه‌ی هر اصطلاح، یک جمله با آن بسازید و تمرین کنید. 
draw a blank
Definition: To draw a blank means to not be able to remember something.
Example: "Sheila tried to remember the answer to the question, but she drew a blank.”

to put one’s thinking cap on
Definition: To put one’s thinking cap on means to think very seriously or very hard about something.
“Example: It’s a difficult riddle. If you want to solve it, you’ll have to put on your thinking cap.”

to figure something out
Definition: To figure something out means to discover something or resolve a problem.
Example: “I can’t figure out how to do the math homework.”

to rack one’s brain
Definition: To rack one’s brain means to think long and hard about something.
Example: “I racked my brain, but I couldn’t think of a good topic for my research paper.”

to daydream
Definition: To daydream means to fantasize instead of paying attention to one’s surroundings.
Example: “Richard isn’t a bad student, but he has a tendency to daydream in class.”

to be lost in thought
Definition: To be lost in thought means to be completely consumed by thought, often to the point of being unaware of one’s surroundings.
Example: “When Dave is programming, he often gets lost in thought.”

teacher’s pet
Definition: A teacher’s pet is a student who is clearly the favorite of the teacher and often receives special treatment.
Example: “I know he’s the teacher’s pet now, but that doesn’t mean he’ll be like that when he’s a teenager.”

bookworm
Definition: A bookworm is a person who loves to read.
Example: “My son is into sports and video games, but my daughter is more of a bookworm.”

class clown
Definition: A class clown is a disruptive student who often makes jokes instead of paying attention and doing their work.
Example: “Brett is a college professor now. Ironically, he was the class clown of our elementary school.”

to pass with flying colors
Definition: To pass with flying colors means to easily accomplish something. We often use this expression to talk about tests or exams.
Example: “It was such a hard test. I have no idea how you managed to pass with flying colors.”

to breeze/sail through
Definition: To breeze/sail through something means to easily succeed at something.
Example: “I don’t think you’ll be able to breeze through college if you’re majoring in chemical engineering.”

to ace
Definition: To ace a test means to get an “A” or a very high grade.
Example: “Sometimes I think my teacher is secretly disappointed when we all ace his tests.”

cheat sheet
Definition: A cheat sheet is a piece of paper with answers written on it that student use to cheat on a test.
Example: “I would never use a cheat sheet. I’m not dishonest.”

to play hooky
Definition: To play hooky is an informal expression which means to miss school or work without having a valid reason or excuse.
Example: “There’s a baseball game tomorrow at 2 p.m. We should play hooky and go see it.”
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