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It originates from when successful theater performers would to bow so many times after a show that they would break a leg. To play a practical joke. To be loyal no matter what. We love it almost as much as tea. You guarantee to do something, regardless of the weather or any other situation that might arise. This phrase is fairly obvious. Generally exclaimed in agreement.
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Another weather-based idiom, but this one is slightly trickier. This idiom is super easy to learn to use.
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The latest on travel, languages and culture by EF Education First. Back Topics. Here are 20 English idioms that everyone should know: 1. Under the weather What does it mean? T o feel ill How do you use it?
The ball is in your court What does it mean? Spill the beans What does it mean?
To give away a secret How do you use it? Break a leg What does it mean? T o wish someone luck How do you use it? To play a practical joke How do you use it?
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Sat on the fence What does it mean? To be undecided How do you use it? Through thick and thin What does it mean? To be loyal no matter what How do you use it? Once in a blue moon What does it mean? Rarely How do you use it? It was built in AD.
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