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10 Japanese Idioms - 51-76
The third 26 idioms from the book '101 Japanese Idioms' (http://www.amazon.com/Listen-Learn-101-Japanese-Idioms/dp/0844284963)
To succeed in business, particularly one's own entreprise
Uncommonly rude, having too much nerve, inconsiderate by nature
To take off one's hat to another, to acknowledge this exceptional effort of others
To speak from both sides of the mouth, to speak with a forked tongue
A feeling of inferiority or inadequacy
Little things add up, small effort when accumulated bring great success
Having nerve or gall, impervious to subtleties
Good advice is often unpleasant and difficult to accept
Two heads are better than one
Being the object of social contempt, scorn and criticism
Perseverence wins in the end, endurance is a virtue, endurance is a virtue
To hesitate, to have second thoughts before taking an action
To try hard at something without the support of others
A feeling of much reluctance, a feeling of leaving one's heart behind
An acknowledge that someone's criticism of oneself is correct, an indication of a prick of conscience, as if saying 'you found me out'
Very crowded, jam-packed
Intuitive decision making, going on a gut feeling, negotiating without the use of direct words
Very polite, modest or humble
To look coldly upon, to cast an unwelcoming glance
To be ashamed, not knowing how to face someone
To work at mastering one's craft, to improve and cultivate one's skill
Different strokes for different folks, everyone has their own taste, 'to each his own'
To be widely known, to have a large circle of aquaintances, to have many contacts
Women tend to talk a lot
Reading each other's heart or mind, wordless, yet deep understanding between two close people
One who tries to please everyone, one who seeks popularity at the expense of integrity