eat something for breakfast

Eat something for breakfast
If you eat something for breakfast, you can do it effortlessly, and if you eat someone for breakfast, you can beat them easily.

The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.

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  • eat something for breakfast — eat (someone/something) for breakfast to deal with someone or something easily and completely. People say she eats her competitors for breakfast. He is a level headed guy who eats pressure for breakfast …   New idioms dictionary

  • eat someone for breakfast — eat (someone/something) for breakfast to deal with someone or something easily and completely. People say she eats her competitors for breakfast. He is a level headed guy who eats pressure for breakfast …   New idioms dictionary

  • eat for breakfast — eat (someone/something) for breakfast to deal with someone or something easily and completely. People say she eats her competitors for breakfast. He is a level headed guy who eats pressure for breakfast …   New idioms dictionary

  • Breakfast — For other uses, see Breakfast (disambiguation). Part of a series on Meals …   Wikipedia

  • eat — W1S1 [i:t] v past tense ate [et, eıt US eıt] past participle eaten [ˈi:tn] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(food)¦ 2¦(meal)¦ 3 eat your words 4 eat your heart out 5 eat somebody alive/eat somebody for breakfast 6¦(use)¦ 7 eat humble pie …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • eat — /i:t/ verb past tense ate /et,eIt/ past participle eaten 1 FOOD a) (I, T) to put food in your mouth and swallow it: Vegetarians don t eat meat. | something to eat (=some food): Would you like something to eat? | eat like a bird (=eat very little) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • eat — [ it ] (past tense ate [ eıt ] ; past participle eat|en [ itn ] ) verb intransitive or transitive *** to put food into your mouth and swallow it: We sat on the grass and ate our sandwiches. Don t talk while you re eating. I ve eaten too much.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • For One More Day — is a 2006 novel taken place during the mid 1900 s by the acclaimed sportswriter and author Mitch Albom. It opens with the novel s protagonist planning to commit suicide. His adulthood is shown to have been rife with sadness. His own daughter didn …   Wikipedia

  • eat */*/*/ — UK [iːt] / US [ɪt] verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms eat : present tense I/you/we/they eat he/she/it eats present participle eating past tense ate UK [et] / UK [eɪt] / US [eɪt] past participle eaten UK [ˈiːt(ə)n] / US [ˈɪt(ə)n] Other ways …   English dictionary

  • eat — verb ADVERB ▪ well ▪ We ate very well most of the time (= had lots of nice food). ▪ a lot, enough, too much ▪ He s not eating enough …   Collocations dictionary

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