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Idioms are a group of words that have a specific meaning, but whose definition cannot be found in the dictionary. These expressions are often related to specific topics and are part of the culture of a language. Some English idioms are American while others are British, Australian or belong to other variants of English. Idioms are used all the time, therefore it is important to be familiar with them.

For another definition of idioms and examples, go to the following website Using English.

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