English Idiom : 'Dig your heels in' - Youtube idioms
14 августа 2013

English Idiom : 'Dig your heels in' - Youtube idioms

English Idiom : 'Dig your heels in' - Youtube idioms
The idiom 'dig your heels in' means you stubbornly resist to accept a change or an idea. When you refuse to do something that someone is persuading you to do...
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#3 написал: MuhammadEgypt (16 августа 2013 08:50)
Could? we use it interchangeably with 'stand your ground'?
#4 написал: Twominute English (16 августа 2013 08:50)
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#6 написал: MuhammadEgypt (16 августа 2013 08:50)
In politics debate,? people usually dig their heels in and refuse to change their opinions.
#7 написал: Twominute English (16 августа 2013 08:50)
Hmm.. Not always Muhammad. Stand your? ground is slightly different. A person digging her heels in may be right or wrong to do so, but a person who stands her ground should have a moral upper end. Stand your ground is often used for people who are fighting back when they are being treated unfairly.
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