30 Idioms You Need to Know & Their Meaning

An idiom is phrase which has a meaning that is commonly understood by speakers of the language, but whose meaning is often different from the normal meaning of the words.

Source: Grammar Check

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  1. Cae Herlin

    My understanding of “cry over spilt milk” is slightly different. The loss is not from the past, but is perceived to be insignificant and not worth complaining about.

    Unrelated side note: please stop using “his or her” or “he/she.” Not everyone’s a he/him/his or a she/her.

  2. Mutero Adwell

    was educative

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