Beat Around the Bush (Idiom) 🌳

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Rachel's English


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"Beat around the bush" is an idiom that  means to avoid addressing a topic directly,  
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or to speak in a roundabout or indirect  manner, rather than getting to the point. 
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Instead of beating around the bush,  just tell me what you really think. 
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She was beating around the bush  because she didn't want to tell  
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him that she wasn't really interested in him.
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