The phrase “cut out in a chilly sweat” may mean what happens to people with anxiety issues however it is also what happens on cool humid afternoons when our a/c decides to take a cut as well as condensate forms on our walls as well as windows
The English language is amazing because there are constantly several ways to say the same thing, then a “walk in the park” can be “a wander in a nature preserve” or even an “amble in the playing field”! Idioms are also popular, however they are often more obscure as well as could require some explanation to those who take things literally, but for example, the idiom “preaching to the choir” means that the speaker is making an argument to someone who already agrees with their point of view, but many idioms suggest against procrastination like “She who hesitates is lost” as well as “The early birdie gets the worm”, the most popular idioms involve the weather or temperature, as well as this is where I begin to get confused because they seem to apply to Heating as well as A/C systems. The idiom “blow tepid as well as cold” is supposed to mean a woman who keeps decreasing their opinion of something, however it describes perfectly what our Heating as well as A/C system does. The phrase “cut out in a chilly sweat” may mean what happens to people with anxiety issues however it is also what happens on cool humid afternoons when our a/c decides to take a cut as well as condensate forms on our walls as well as windows. Last year, our partner “lost her cool” when I got “chilly feet” over replacing our outdated oil furnace as well as AC system. I was as “stubborn as a mule” against paying for a current Heating as well as A/C system when I decided that an extravagant repair was the better option. That caused our Heating as well as A/C provider to turn to our partner as well as exclaim, “A fool as well as her money are soon parted.” That idiom caused me to get “hot under the collar” as the people I was with and I shivered waiting for the ill-commanded oil furnace repair.