English Idiom of the Day – Busy as a bee
Busy as a bee
If someone says you are as a busy as a bee it means you are very busy or very active.
Example: She’s as busy as a bee, always going to meetings and organizing parties; The Teacher said: “I want everyone to be as busy as bees”.
Did you know…? The first recorded usage of this idiom is from well known ‘Canterbury Tales’ written in the 14th Century.