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At Loggerheads

Test your knowledge of English idioms! Look at the following sentence and, then, select the correct definition of the English idiom to be at loggerheads:

Fernando and Florence are
at loggerheads.

To be at loggerheads means...

a) to be relatives
b) to be good friends
c) to be married
d) to be in a quarrel

For the
correct answer and some good examples, click here.
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