know where to put


know where to put
(not) know where to put (yourself) informal to feel very embarrassed.

And then he started to sing. Well, I didn't know where to put myself!


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  • know where to put yourself — (not) know where to put (yourself) informal to feel very embarrassed. And then he started to sing. Well, I didn t know where to put myself! …   New idioms dictionary

  • not know where to put yourself — british informal phrase to feel very embarrassed Dad suddenly stood up and started dancing – I didn’t know where to put myself. Thesaurus: to be, or to become ashamed or embarrassedsynonym Main entry: put …   Useful english dictionary

  • not know where to put yourself — (not) know where to put (yourself) informal to feel very embarrassed. And then he started to sing. Well, I didn t know where to put myself! …   New idioms dictionary

  • not know where to put — (not) know where to put (yourself) informal to feel very embarrassed. And then he started to sing. Well, I didn t know where to put myself! …   New idioms dictionary

  • not know where to put yourself — British informal to feel very embarrassed Dad suddenly stood up and started dancing – I didn t know where to put myself …   English dictionary

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