Hat Idioms

 An idiom is a group of words or a phrase. The words of an idiom when used together have a different meaning then that of the individual words. Have you ever heard the idiom "Hold on to your hat?" This phrase means, "to slow down and be patient." If you looked at the meaning of each word, you could think that your hands need to grip your hat to protect it from the wind. Idioms can be tricky to figure-out.

Find the correct meaning of each hat idiom. Click on your answer. Keep trying until you are right.


1. Eat your hat.


2. Throw your hat into the ring.


3. Hats off to you.


4. Pull the hat over your eyes.


5. At the drop of your hat.


6. Old hat.


7. Hat trick.

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