Julie240
Julie240
04-02-2014
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what does the idiom "stuffed to the gills" mean?
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papabravo02
papabravo02
04-02-2014
"Stuffed to the gills" means when you are really full and can't eat anything else. Hope this helped. I know how hard it is with idioms!
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AdamLevine
AdamLevine
05-02-2014
It means that you are full and can't eat anymore.
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