Advanced Idioms - Animals 2

Match the phrases on the left with the definitions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • flog a dead horse
  • like water off a duck’s back
  • ​the lion's share
  • as the crow flies
  • eager beaver
  • kill two birds with one stone
  • let sleeping dogs lie
  • not enough room to swing a cat
  • mutton dressed as lamb
  • cook someone's goose
  • in a straight line
  • a woman who tries to make herself look younger
  • to achieve two things, both at the same time
  • very little or no space, very cramped
  • waste energy on a lost cause
  • an enthusiastic person who works very hard
  • spoil someone's plans
  • having no effect on someone
  • to leave things undisturbed
  • the largest or best part of something