What´s an idiom?
Dictionary definition: A phrase or sentence whose meaning is not clear from the meaning of its individual words and which must be learnt as a whole unit.
Here you have some of them….
Get the runaround: Receive a series of excuses, delays, etc.
Every Tom, Dick and Harry: Everyone without discrimination, ordinary people.
Well underway, in progress: Not laugh, even though you find something amusing.
Put on airs: Act superior.
In the long run: Eventually
To be with it: To be up- to-date
Make a mountain out of a molehill: Make something minor into a major issue.
Dog eat a dog: Situation in which people act ruthlessly in order to be successful.
At the drop of a hat: Immediately.
Tickle someone´s fancy: To interest someone.
As busy as a bee: To be very busy.
From top to bottom: Completely, Thoroughly