30 Idioms You Need to Know & Their Meaning

30 Idioms You Need to Know & Their Meaning

Writers Write is a comprehensive writing resource. In this post, we share 30 idioms you need to know and their meaning.

An idiom is phrase which has a meaning that is commonly understood by speakers of the language, but whose meaning is often different from the normal meaning of the words.

Source: Grammar Check

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Posted on: 12th November 2016

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  1. My understanding of “cry over spilt milk” is slightly different. The loss is not from the past, but is perceived to be insignificant and not worth complaining about.

    Unrelated side note: please stop using “his or her” or “he/she.” Not everyone’s a he/him/his or a she/her.