Idioms in English





Idiom: It’s raining cats and dogs = It’s pouring rain = It’s raining heavily.


English Idioms

An idiom is an expression that cannot be understood from the meaning of its separate words. Instead, it has a separate meaning of its own.

An idiom is an expression that takes on a figurative meaning when certain words are combined, which is different from the literal definition of the individual words.

Some common English idioms

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