#codzienneidiomy dla…

#codzienneidiomy dla chętnych.

get blood out of/from a stone
– Dokonać czegoś niemożliwego;

Znaczenie:
To do something that is very hard to accomplish, especially when dealing with other people in some way.
To do something difficult, frustrating, or pointless.

Przykłady:
– Getting the truth out of her is like getting blood out of a stone.
– Convincing fussy eaters to try new foods is like trying to get blood out of a stone.
– Getting money out of him is likegetting blood from a stone.

pokaż spoiler Grafika wzięta z: Get the Picture. Ilustrowane idiomy angielskie – Jerzy Chyb, Michał Dąbrowski

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