Grammar and language use;Idiomatic expressions

Idiomatic expressions

Idioms are phrases which mean something different from the meanings of their separate words.

For example to grease someone’s palm does not mean to put grease on the palm of someone’s hand.

It means to bribe someone.

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Examples of sentences using idiomatic expressions;

Idiomatic expression;all things to all people

She's exhausted tying to be a good wife,  a good mother and a good teacher,  but she can't be all things to all people.

Idiomatic expression; apple of your eye

Angel is the apple of your eye and me too.