Idioms from the weather
[coverattach=1]John is a fair-weather friend. He was nice to me when I had a good job and a lot of money, but ever since I lost my job, he has stopped seeing me.
I've been feeling under the weather lately and have lost my appetite.
I can't go to the party on Saturday because I'm snowed under with work.
She has musical talent so learning to play the piano is a breeze for her.
He is a very cautious person. Every month he saves half of his salary for a rainy day.
That politician is full of hot air. He makes a lot of promises but never keeps them.
1. a fair-weather friend sick
2. under the weather something really easy for a person to do
3. snowed under very busy
4. a breeze to be prepared for possible problems in the future, usually by saving money
5. to save something for a rainy day talking a lot but never doing what one says
6. full of hot air someone who doesn't help when a friend is in trouble