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Could you please help me to make pairs of an idiom and its meaning.

Here is the list of idioms:

1) to get one's teeth into smth.

2) to do your best

3) to keep one's nose to the grindstone

4) to put one's shoulders to the wheel

5) to turn one's hands to something

6) to work double tides

Here is the list of their meanings:

A. to apply oneself to work

B. to do your best

C. to start doing something new

D. to work more than you have to

E. to set about doing something eagerly

Thank you for your help!
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Hi,

1) to get one's teeth into smth. E

2) to do your best B ( It's the same wording exactly )

3) to keep one's nose to the grindstone A or D

4) to put one's shoulders shoulder to the wheel A

5) to turn one's hands hand to something C

6) to work double tides I've never heard this. It's not really an idiom.

Clive

Comments  
matched idiom are
1.option : E

2. it same : B
3.meaning of idiom is work doggedly or persistently hence appropiate match willbe Emotion: big smile
4. option A

5.option:C
6. not sure about it but it is may be option Emotion: big smile
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