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  6. expression a word or phrase: He tends to use a lot of slang expressions that I’ve never heard before. idiom a group of words whose meaning is different from the meanings of the individual words: ‘Let the cat out of the bag’ is an idiom meaning to tell a secret by mistake. Patterns. a word/ term for something; a new word/ term/ phrase Missing: Copse - Uunslit.
  7. Compose a short story using several idioms together, perhaps part of a group using one word. For an examples of this, see my stories "The Night Out" (with optional mp3 audio) and "Up to Something" (with optional mp3 audio) on other pages of this web site. This is a work in cerrikardtabidemalansropmigersi.cog: Copse - Uunslit.
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