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Concise Dictionary of Idioms

If you believe idioms are a “tough nut to crack,” this Dictionary of Idioms will help you dispel that belief; you would surely abandon your opinion of idioms being a bunch of insignificant words to that of a lively one to use to attract attention of readers and listeners. You will discover 'idioms' can add beauty, remove unwanted seriousness and bring life to any conversation — written or spoken. Rightly and scientifically designed, this dictionary contains hundreds of common idioms, sayings, and expressions.
Use of everyday idioms bring colour to any writing and speech. Since they don't really mean, word by word, what they say, idioms can stump even regular writers and speakers. When and where to uidioms becomes 'as easy as pie' with this Dictionary of Idioms. Alphabetical listing makes searching idioms a 'piece of cake.'
Whether you are fluent in English or just a learner, this dictionary can help you read, write and speak with new understanding and a lot more fun!
Special features:
o Widely used and popular idioms given with meanings
o Inclusion of foreign idioms currently in use in English language
o Arranged Alphabetically: A — Z
o Useful grammatical information given as Appendices
An authoritative dictionary to spice up written and oral communication for students, writers, speakers and interested readers!
162 printed pages
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    Юлия Ястребоваshared an impression6 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    💡Learnt A Lot

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    Yerlan Iskakovhas quoted4 months ago
    A still tongue keeps a wise head

    Wise people don't talk much.
    Yerlan Iskakovhas quoted4 months ago
    A penny saved is a penny earned

    Saving money is just as important as earning money- we shouldn't spend it foolishly.
    Yerlan Iskakovhas quoted4 months ago
    A light purse is a heavy curse

    Life is difficult when you don't have much money.

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