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Today's Idiom = "Batten Down The Hatches"






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Batten Down The Hatches ( prepare for a big storm ... )

"Batten Down The Hatches"



Batten down the hatches means get ready for a big, crazy, loud storm-like event.

Example: "A big rain storm is coming. We need to batten down the hatches."

Example: "Dad found out you broken the vase, and here he comes." Reply: "Batten down the hatches."

Example: "Here come's mom. She's going to see what you did." Reply: "Better batten down the hatches."





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