off the charts, greatly exceeding the general level or average: Demand for the new phone is off the charts. Also off the chart .
What does the idiom follow your heart mean?
: to do what one would really love to do I decided to follow my heart and take up acting.
What do you mean by foes?
1 : one who has personal enmity for another Embrace, embrace, my Sons! be foes no more!— Alexander Pope. 2a : an enemy in war. b : adversary, opponent a political foe.
What does piteous mean?
English Language Learners Definition of piteous
: deserving or causing feelings of sympathy or pity. See the full definition for piteous in the English Language Learners Dictionary. piteous. adjective. pit·e·ous | ˈpi-tē-əs
Is a foe a friend?
noun. A person who is both a friend and enemy; an enemy who appears to be a friend.
Who first said follow your heart?
I opened my last book with Steve Jobs’s 2005 commencement address at Stanford University. Toward the end of the speech, I noted, Jobs said: And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
What do you follow your heart or mind?
Listening to your head may lead to more tangible success, but not following your heart increases your risk of regret, so if you want to lead a more satisfying life, follow your heart.
What is the meaning of the idiom hold your horses?
“Hold your horses”, sometimes said as “Hold the horses”, is an English-language idiom meaning “wait, slow down“. The phrase is historically related to horse riding or travelling by horse, or driving a horse-drawn vehicle.