Hey guys! Welcome to [Phrases] today!
We use “throw caution to the wind” to represent to do something without worrying about the risk or negative results.
A phrase that has originated in the olden British days, this one factors in the windy weather which some parts of Britain see on a regular basis.
You may want to throw caution to the wind, but be careful.
The best plan of action would be to throw caution to the wind.
There are some other interesting phrases about “wind“. Follow me to learn about them!
1. go like the wind
To move very quickly.
Come on, kids, go like the wind out to the car, or else we’re going to be late!
We had to drive like the wind to get there in time.
2. It’s an ill wind that blows nobody good
Even the most negative or harmful situations usually benefit someone.
The rain caused flooding, but it may help the farmers. It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good.
It’s an ill wind that blows nobody good.
3. put the wind up (someone)
To make someone very anxious, upset, or frightened.
If they keep putting pressure on you, we’ll threaten them with legal action; that should put the wind up them!
He got the wind up when he learned of their investigations.
4. four sheets in the wind
On his 21st birthday, Jeff’s friends took him to every bar in town until he was four sheets in the wind.
She’s not just tipsy. She’s four sheets! After only three beers, Gary was four sheets to the wind.
That’s all for [Phrases] today. Now try to make at least one sentence with the phrases that you like! That will help you to remember them.
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