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To tie the knot – to get married

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A blessing in disguise – bad luck which results in something good

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Keep your chin up – remain happy in a difficult situation

Example – Don’t worry things will get better. Keep your chin up!

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To hit the hay – to go to bed

Example – I’m exhausted! I’m going to hit the hay

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Once in a blue moon – a rare occurrence/event

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To have a chip on your shoulder – to be upset about something that happened in the past

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To chicken out – to manage to get out of something, usually because of fear or cowardice

source – http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/chicken+out

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