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An idiom is an expression, word, or phrase that has a figurative meaning or the associative or connotative meaning. Following is a list of idioms. Idiom Explanation + Example 1) Don't give up the day job. ...
|meznah Definitions are not all correct. burst the bubble and rock your boat are not negative !. |The English language is one of the vastest and most vivid languages in the world. It is made up of over 1.5 million words. Over and above that, the same word can have a variety of different meanings depending on the context it ...
|Kayfol I would have thought it would be better to say "English is one of the most vast and vivid languages in the world" rather than using 'vastest' which I have never heard before. Could you please explain to me why your version is better? |
|Chatterplot How about "chip off the old block" or "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree"? Both refer to children being like their parents. |
|fatimah0786 It would have been better if you had mentioned the usage of the idioms along with the meaning. |
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