It is used to mean "to place it under its safety, to take care" as the bird takes care its chicks.
You notice that your classmate is very dizzy. Help him remember the rules for homework. No one wants the new kid in their class to be at recess because they don’t know your rules. It's important that you take the time to explain your rules to him. It's the champion everyone wants to be. You like to have your comrades under you!
It can be translated as "to get carried away, look down upon".
We fought on horseback in the past. The larger he was, we were able to dominate him. You end up with fries that are ruined by a spilled beverage after a scramble at the canteen. You burst into fury, a real drama. You ride on top of your horse. You roar after your sister, and you'd have done a million times better in surprise grandpa.
It is a way to laugh loudly. This creates the impression of a whale's large mouth.
Tickling session in neck, hoo! Twisted in two is madness. You can't stop laughing. You can't stop laughing like a whale In a game called "Guess Your Head", the neighbor to the right is a spoon and the one to the left is a fork. You burst into laughter and end up needing to pee. You laugh like a whale.
It is a way to "get out of a bad situation". This cat, for example, can land on its feet no matter how high it jumps.
You mistakenly gift your father the same picture as last year. Instead, you say, "One for your bedroom, one for your office!" "Wow! You're now standing on your own feet. You are catching your mom with your hand in the candy container. But you know what to do? You know how to land on your feet.
It is a way to be angry or lose your patience. A goat is an animal that exhibits a fiery personality and can be violent.
The list of school supplies is endless at the beginning of the school year. So are your hesitations on the supermarket shelves. Do you prefer a yellow or red notebook? Your mother loses patience and yells at your face: She is becoming a goat. It's all jostling under you, from poetry, conjugation to math problem to history lesson. !...everything is mixed up, you go goat!
(c) rue des children, "Expressions on animals told and explained for children" / Veronique Cachy, Katia De Conti
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What does this animal expression mean?
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