– This emoji features an upwards oriented arrow and a smiley face. In this case the arrow is put here to stand for “north". The emoticon is used with its generic term of “face."
– You’d be surprised how many different things are called “North Face". We assume you can use this emoji to refer to the American outdoor products manufacturing company, but also to many climbing routes.
No Sleep Tonight
– If you’re in college and you’re learning for exams, this emoji comes in handy, as it may be used as a motto. But let’s see how it is built: you have the “no"- saying girl, the “zzzz" letters used for sleep, number 2 for “to" and a crescent moon for “night."
– Besides its obvious meaning, this expression can also be used as a reference to two song titles.
– This emoji meaning is conveyed by a tongue and many drops of water. “Saliva" may be a good interpretation, but the game asks you for a word of 8 letters.
– You may not know this, but this frequent excessive production of saliva can be a symptom for several health problems and the subject of treatment research.
Hit the Spot
– This emoji picture features a clenched fist – we know it stands for hit, punch and so on – and a red target. This can also be interpreted as “hit the target", but the number of words’ letters leads you on the right path.
– When something “hits the spot" it means it was very good or it came at the perfect time. You will find the idiom used in association with food most of the time.
Pie in the Sky
– Now this is an interesting expression revealed by an equally interesting emoji picture: a slice of cake, an upwards arrow and a cloud with sun behind. So this is about some cake in the sky, but given the clues, “pie in the sky" is the only logical answer.
– As an idiom, this saying refers to something related to an illusion of hope or an illusory promise of a future good. However, as you are used by now, this expression can also represent the title of several TV series titles, movie titles, game titles and some songs.
– Next on our emoji game answers list there’s the “Banana Republic" emoji, consisting of a banana, a blouse and a pair of trousers. So what is the common ground for bananas and clothes?
– Given the clues, it’s fair to assume this emoji refers to the clothes stores chain belonging to Gap. However, the term “Banana Republic" can also refer to a country (in a pejorative context) which is a puppet state for another governmental power, but it can also be used to talk about a music album and a music song.
– This is the perfect example of using rule number one – read the pictures. The image shows you a water drop and a box, so drop – box is the correct emoji meanings in this case.
– We all know Dropbox is this web service used to store files, but you can also talk about an American rock band and their music album.
– Didn’t we have this emoji picture and this emoji meaning already explained a few levels ago? Well, even if we didn’t, this emoji image shows the G clef and a movie camera, so in other words you have “music" and “video".
– A music video is a video clip or a song video. We all have to be grateful to MTV and the 80’s era, when music videos became wildly popular all over the world.
Face the Music
– This is an interesting emoji as it is built with a surprising icon. We are used to see the emoticon in order to guess the word “face", but here we have the cat seen from a side. The cat looks directly at music notes. While “cat the music" makes little sense, “face the music" is an expression you might want to keep close.
– This term was used to refer to musical ensembles, songs and music albums, TV productions, movie productions and other media, so use it contextually.
– This last emoji on level 93 is tricky as it features an image we’ve interpreted differently before. You have a black square and the first instinct is to interpret it by color – “black". The next image is a food box, so the correct emoji meaning here is “square meal."
– Square Meal is the name is the name of a website that deals with restaurant reviews and restaurant reservations. It is of British origin, as its database includes over 5,000 London and UK restaurants, bars and clubs reviews.
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