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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 ...
|Marcusw A few of these I've never heard before. Depends on which country you are from. Whether you speak British or American English and how much you have traveled. Nonetheless, some really awesome idioms in there. Using them in the right situation is ...|
|alseif Thank you for the listing of these idioms and their meanings. I have used many of the list idioms and few of them are new to me. |
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