British English Idioms about LYING

There are many British English idioms about LYING. We use idioms and expressions to make us sound more natural and fluent.

How many times a day does the average human lie?

Is it ever OK to tell a white lie?

How do you feel when someone lies to you?

There are many British English idioms to describe LYING.

To be caught red-handed – this means to be caught doing something wrong or illegal as it’s actually happening. The police caught the burglar red-handed.

To lie through your teeth – when someone is obviously lying and has no remorse. He was obviously lying through his teeth.

You made your bed, lie in it – You did something wrong, now you must face the consequences.

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