The life and soul of the party = the person who's at the centre of all parties!
She's the life and soul of the party.
let your hair down = forget all your inhibitions: "Go on! Let your hair down for once and have a good time."
have a whale of a time = have a great time: "We had a whale of a time at Sonia's birthday."
paint the town red = have a wild time: "They painted the town red all weekend."
a party animal = a person who loves going to parties: "John is a real party animal. He's never at home."
a wild child = a young adult who goes to lots of parties: "Emma is a bit of a wild child."
large it up (UK slang) = have a good time: "She larges it up at the weekend."
a social butterfly = a person with lots of friends and acquaintances: She's a bit of a social butterfly."
be a laugh = be good company: "Eric's a bit of a laugh."
throw a party = have a party: "We're throwing a party next Saturday."
party-pooper = someone who doesn't like parties: "Don't be such a party-pooper!"
a wet blanket = someone who doesn't want to have fun: "He's such a wet blanket."
Billy no-mates (UK slang) = a man with no friends: "He doesn't want to go alone to the restaurant and look like Billy no-mates."
Norma no-mates (UK slang) = a woman with no friends: "She doesn't want to look like Norma no-mates."
pour cold water on = someone who turns the atmosphere cold: "So then he had to go and pour cold water on everything by refusing to sing Happy Birthday."
a wallflower = someone who stands on his own at parties: "Who's the wallflower over there?"
piss on someone's fireworks (UK slang) = ruin the happy mood: "Don't go and piss on his fireworks by turning down the music. Let him have some fun."
find someone in the kitchen at parties = refer to someone who doesn't like mixing socially: "You'll always find Kevin in the kitchen at parties."
a slow dance = a slow, romantic dance: "She had a slow dance with Tony."
burn up the dance floor = dance a lot: "They like burning up the dance floor."
dance the night away = dance all night long: "Those two danced the night away."
dance cheek to cheek = dance very close to someone: "Everyone was looking at them dance cheek to cheek."
have a boogie = have a dance: "Fancy a boogie?"
put on your dancing shoes = get ready for dancing: "Come on Sarah! Put on your dancing shoes - we're going clubbing tonight!"
strut your stuff = enjoy dancing: "Look at him strut his stuff. Who does he think he is? John Travolta?
با سلام خدمت شما عزیزان!
ممنون که به جامعه ی مجازی زبان تشریف اوردید!
این جامعه ی مدرن با خدماتی از قبیل دانلود کتاب های الکترونیکی و اصطلاح های عامیانه انگلیسی و همینطور مطالب زیبا و پند اموز به همراه شعر های جذاب انگلیسی و متون کاملا انگلیسی به همراه متون دو زبانه (انگلیسی به همراه ترجمه به فارسی) و... محیطی کاملا اموزشی را برای علاقه مندان به این زبان بین المللی فراهم آورده است.
اکنون به خود می بالیم و افتخار می کنیم که تونستیم محیطی آموزشی ولی جذاب را فراهم آوریم تا شما عزیزان ضمن مدرنیزه کردن احساسات و رفتارتان با کمک گرفتن از زبان انگلیسی ، زبان انگلیسی را به عنوان زبان دوم به خود بشناسانید!
به امید اینکه با نقطه نظراتتان و همینطور از همه مهمتر انتقادات و پیشنهادات خود مارا در بهبود این جامعه ی مدرن یاری فرمایید!