The idiom dictionary is compiled from the Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms and the Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms.
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An idiom is the phrase or group of words that has a figurative meaning, typically because of its common usage.
The Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms explains over 150,000 idioms current in British, American and Australian English, helping learners to understand them and use them with confidence.
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