Do you know the idiom “too big for (one’s) boots“? Can you guess the meaning?
A: Paula used to be really nice, but she has changed recently.
B: I think so too. Since she became captain of the hockey team, she has been getting too big for her boots.
A: I don’t know why. It’s only a small, local team. She acts like she is captain of the national team!
Does “too big for (one’s) boots” mean
a) have big feet
b) behave in an arrogant manner, like one is very important or special
c) behave in a confident and friendly manner
d) be too talkative
The answer is below! ↓
Answer: b) behave in an arrogant manner, like one is very important or special 🙂