AMERICAN IDIOMS (E)
(To give someone an) earful:
a strong verbal scolding. ex. "Katie's father really gave her an earful when she came home at 4 AM."
Not so fast! Calm down! ex. "Easy! Don't eat so fast!"
(As) easy as pie:
Easy come, easy go:
PROVERB. Said to explain the loss of something that was very easily obtained in the first place.
Tolerant; laid-back; relaxed. ex. "Bill is one the most easy-going guys that I know. He never gets upset about anything."
(To) eat one's heart out:
To be envious or jealous (used mostly as a command). ex. "Eat your heart out Frank, I'm going to Paris!"
(To) eat out of someone's hands:
To do whatever someone else wants. ex. "James would do anything for Vicky. She had him eating out of her hands."
(To) eat one's words:
To admit that what one said was wrong. ex. "You think I won't be able to find work in one week? I'm going to make you eat your words."
Enough space (room) to feel comfortable.
Enough is enough:
That is enough and there should be no more; usually said when one has had enough of a certain situation.
(To) enter one's mind:
To cross one's mind; to start thinking about something. ex. "You want me to become a doctor? The thought never even entered my mind."
Everything but the kitchen sink:
Almost everything one can think of.
Every so often:
Once in while; occasionally. ex. "I think about her every so often."
Every second. Alternate. ex. "In Los Angeles, every other person is an actor."
Pregnant. ex. "She is expecting."