idioms with sentences

Idioms are expressions that are particular to a language. They usually have a figurative meaning that is not inferable from the individual words that make up the expressions.

For example:

time is running out: Left with no time or short of time.

stick up your neck out: Taking a risk.

at snail's pace: With a slow speed

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equal to the occasion

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Where to use idiom give/get the bird

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divya
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same as sayavati.
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a group of word that give complete meaning and sense
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This is idioms with sentence.

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An expression whose meaning is different from the meaning of the words in it.
Ex : break a leg.
Meaning: good luck.
Sentence: You have an exam tomorrow ?
Break a leg !
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A group of word that gives a correct and meaningful statement is called a sentence
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  • Getting fired turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
  • These red poppies are a dime a dozen.
  • Don't beat around the bush
  • After some reflection, he decided to bite the bullet. 
  • I'm going to call it a night.
  • He's got a chip on his shoulder.
  • Would you cut me some slack?
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