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Idiomatic Phrases

“Idiomatic Phrases” Are Phrases Which Are “Idiomatic”. They Are NOT “Idioms”. There Is No Such Thing As An “Idiom”

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(one’s) “Meat And Potatoes” – (Metaphorical Idiomatic Phrasal-Noun)

(One's) "Meat And Potatoes" (Metaphorical Idiomatic Phrasal-Noun) - It's Meaning & Usage, along with plenty of examples for your reading & learning pleasure.

(To Be) At Large – Adjectival & Prepositional Phrase

The phrase:  (To Be) At Large. With Modern-day examples to illustrate & explain the meaning & usage, of this adjectival, prepositional, and idiomatic phrase.

(one’s) Higher-Ups – (Industry Terminology

One's Higher-Ups - The Idiomatic Phrasal-Noun.  Learn the meaning of this term, and why it is NOT recommended for use in The English Language.

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