Idioms to Remember if you have a Serious IRS Debt involving filing Mesa AZ back IRS tax returns.
An idiom is an expression that in and of itself makes no sense when translated into another language. Knowing the literal meaning of idioms does not enable you to understand them unless you also know what they allude to. I have listed below the most important idioms that everyone should know if you have a serious IRS debt involving filing IRS back tax returns in Mesa AZ. It is important to understand how they apply to your situation.
- Elbow grease—Strenuous physical effort.
- Eleventh hour—The last minute or just before an impending catastrophe.
- End of one’s rope—Out of options.
- Enfant terrible—A person who stirs things up in an irresponsible or indiscreet way. From French, meaning, “terrible child.”
- Esprit de corps—The feeling of camaraderie among members of a group or organization. From French, meaning “group spirit.”
- Eureka!—A Greek word meaning “I have found it.”
- Feather in one’s cap—An accomplishment a person can be proud of.
- Fly by night—Shady or untrustworthy.
- Glad-hander—An excessively friendly person.
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