Here is a list of idiomatic expressions.
Break up with
To break up with someone is to cut off all relations with them.
Though she has cheated on him, he does not want to break up with her.
In turn means ‘as a consequence’ or ‘in return’.
The CEO reprimanded the manager who in turn reprimanded his subordinates.
Make someone’s day
If something makes your day, it makes you very happy.
The news of my son’s appointment as the District Collector made my day.
Heave a sigh of relief
Take a long breath to express relief
Students heaved a sigh of relief when the examination was over.
Be accustomed to
If you are accustomed to something you are used to it.
Somebody’s heart sinks
When your heart sinks, you lose all hope.
My heart sank when I heard that I had failed the test.
Be badly shaken
When you are badly shaken, you are very upset.
She was badly shaken when she heard that her mother was suffering from cancer.
Trail along behind
To trail along behind is to walk very slowly.
The old woman was trailing along behind the others.
In a pickle
When you are in a pickle you are in difficulty.
You will land yourself in a pickle if you don’t change your bad habits.