Idioms with AT

at a loss
not knowing what to say or do
I’m at a loss what to do next.

at all cost
at all costs
no matter what; regardless of the difficulty or cost
He was determined to succeed at all costs.

at first
at or in the beginning
At first, she didn’t like the job.

at last
finally; in the end
At last, I had someone to talk to.

at least
not less than
It will take you at least 30 minutes to get there.

at odds
in disagreement
The two brothers have long been at odds with each other.

at ease
feeling relaxed and confident
He has an ability to put people at ease.

at peace
feeling calm; not feeling angry or unhappy
She is at peace with herself and the world.

at large
in general; as a whole
His remark does not reflect the opinion of the public at large.

at leisure
without hurrying; when you have free time available
You can take the brochure home to read at your leisure.