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1. Idiom : Dime a Dozen - Videos On Idioms. English idioms and phrases

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Idiom : Dime a Dozen - Videos On Idioms. English idioms and phrases

The idiom 'dime a dozen' is used to describe something which is almost worthless and very cheap. The meaning of the idiom 'dime a


2. English Idiom - idiom 1 - a dime a dozen

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English Idiom  - idiom 1 - a dime a dozen

English idioms.


3. Idiom #9: A Dime a Dozen - Learn to Speak American English

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Idiom #9: A Dime a Dozen - Learn to Speak American English

In this lesson we're discussing the following idiom: A Dime a Dozen. Please subscribe to my channel. Idiom #9: A Dime a Dozen -


4. Spotlight Idioms: Dime A Dozen

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Spotlight Idioms: Dime A Dozen

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5. Idioms English - 'Back to square one' - English Idioms

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Idioms English - 'Back to square one' - English Idioms

The meaning of the idiom 'back to square one' is to start again from the beginning. Here in this video we describe the meaning of the


6. Idiom 'It's a Steal!' - Idioms and Phrases

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Idiom 'It's a Steal!' - Idioms and Phrases

The idiom 'it's a steal' is used to indicate that something is very cheap. You can use this idiom when you buy something at a very


7. Idiom 'Cash Cow' - Idioms with Meanings

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Idiom 'Cash Cow' - Idioms with Meanings

A "cash cow" is something that generates a huge source of income or profit, which requires a very little investment for its


8. Dead Meat - Idioms in English Language

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Dead Meat - Idioms in English Language

The idiom 'dead meat'is used when someone is in trouble or is threatened by a great danger. It can also mean someone has run out


9. Idiom 'A Penny for Your Thoughts' - Idioms and Phrases Lesson

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Idiom 'A Penny for Your Thoughts' - Idioms and Phrases Lesson

The idiom 'a penny for your thoughts' is a way to ask somebody what they are thinking about. This idiom is also used when


10. Dime a Dozen - English Idiom

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Dime a Dozen - English Idiom

What does a dime a dozen mean in English and how do you use it?


11. Idiom #31: A Basket Case - Learn to Speak American English

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Idiom #31: A Basket Case - Learn to Speak American English

In this lesson we're discussing the following idiom: A Basket Case. Please subscribe to my channel. Idiom #31: A Basket Case -


12. Voa Learning English Idioms with subtitles | A Dime A Dozen

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Voa Learning English Idioms with subtitles | A Dime A Dozen

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13. Food idioms dialogue

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14. Idiom carry the day - Idioms In English

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Idiom carry the day - Idioms In English

"To carry the day" means to be victorious, or to carry your team to a victory due to an action on your part. If a person does something


15. Idiom Call the Shots - Learn English Idioms With Easy Examples

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Idiom Call the Shots - Learn English Idioms With Easy Examples

The idiom "call the shots" means to take charge or make decisions. Therefore, somebody who calls the shot is the person who is in


16. Idioms in movies: Dime a dozen ("Law Abiding Citizen")

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Idioms in movies: Dime a dozen ("Law Abiding Citizen")

Want to learn English idioms? Try Idiom Land - http://idiomland.com Text in the clip from "Law Abiding Citizen": - You worked with


17. English Idioms: A dime a dozen

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English Idioms: A dime a dozen

Learn English Idioms from a native speaker. Idioms can be difficult to understand as they often don't mean exactly what they say. I


18. Idioms in famous TV series: To have axe to grind

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Idioms in famous TV series: To have axe to grind

axe_to_grind: have an axe to grind: to have a selfish reason for saying or doing something watch the usage of this #idiom in the


19. [idiom] A dime a dozen

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[idiom] A dime a dozen

A dime a dozen: 많고도 흔한.


20. Idiom 'A Bitter Pill' - Learn English Idioms with Easy Examples

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Idiom 'A Bitter Pill' - Learn English Idioms with Easy Examples

'A bitter pill' is something which is difficult to accept. If it is 'a bitter pill', it is something which is unpleasant but it is bound to happen or