Category:English idioms

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  1. hit two targets with one arrow
  2. rotten apple
  3. pleased as Punch
  4. être aux anges
  5. blast from the past
  6. turn back the clock
  7. under the saya
  8. make a show of oneself
  9. make a scene
  10. break cover
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  1. oh dark thirty
  2. eye of the beholder
  3. head over heels
  4. draw back
  5. spoilt for choice
  6. face the facts
  7. pull my finger
  8. no harm, no foul
  9. one step at a time
  10. one at a time

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English phrases understood by subjective, as opposed to literal meanings.

For more information, see Appendix:English idioms.

For information on how to construct the canonical form, see Wiktionary:Criteria for inclusion#Idiomatic phrases


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