Idioms to Describe People in different ways

Idioms to Describe People in different ways


humans  come in various  shapes and sizes – and with having  different personalities. Having the right words to describe them is helpful.
In your life, you have met – and will meet – a lot of different types of people. From friendly to rude, sensible to foolish, extroverted to introverted – you will as likely as not  encounter them all in your lifetime.
here is the list :
1. Born optimist
Someone who always thinks positively is a born optimist.
Example: I praise  Kartik because he always sees the sunny side of life. He’s a born optimist.
2. Culture vulture
A culture vulture refers to someone who loves culture, i.e. art, theatre, literature, music etc..
Example: Namish  spends most of his weekends reading books or attending art exhibitions. He’s a real culture vulture.
3. Eager beaver
An eager beaver is a (sometimes overly enthusiastic) person who works very hard to get things done or achieve goals.
Example: She always does her Math  homework and even asks for extra exercises on the weekend. What an eager beaver!
4. Early bird
An early bird is someone who is early, in particular (but not exclusively) someone who gets up early in the morning. Being an early bird can be quite advantageous.
Example:  I  believes that an Early bird can catch the worm.
5. Earth mother
The term earth mother refers to a woman is very caring and maternal, i.e. who has a natural ability as a mother.
Example: Environmentalists say they are defending Mother Earth.
6. Family man
A family man is a man who devoted to his family.
Example: Since the birth of his daughter , Hemet  has become a family man. He spends all of his spare time with his children.
7. Go-getter
A go-getter is someone who is ambitious and pursues his goals.
Example: George was a gogetter; he wasn’t afraid to take a risk.
8. Good egg
A good egg is a good person.
Example: Mona  was the type of person who would have helped anyone – a real good egg.
9. Jack-of-all-trades
A jack-of-all-trades is someone who can do several jobs instead of only being specialized in one.
Example: Sarah is the jack of all trades in the office whereas I just work on accounting tasks. In track and field, decathletes are truly jacks of all trades.
10. Man of his word / woman of her word
A man of his word or a woman of her word is someone who always does what he/she promises.
Example: You can trust Samuel. He is a man of his word.
11. Mover and shaker
A mover and shaker is an influential person who makes things happen.
Example: He was a mover and shaker in the world of politics. He accomplished a lot in his 30-year career.
12. Smart cookie
A smart cookie refers to someone who is clever and good at dealing with difficult situations.
Example: Jimmy  is a smart cookie who has been at home in restaurant kitchens for 25 years. .
13. Teacher’s pet
The teacher’s favorite student is the teacher’s pet. Since it is not always nice to be labelled the teacher’s favorite, this English idiom can be used in both a positive as well as a negative sense.
Example: The teacher is never angry when Albert forgets to do his homework. He is the teacher’s pet.
14. Whizz kid
A whizz kid is a young person who is very clever and successful.
Example: I’ve never seen anyone learn English grammar tenses faster than André. In only two weeks, he knew everything about the present perfect simple – what a whizz kid!
 Idioms to Describe People in different ways

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