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Idioms are a group of words that have a different meaning from the ususal meaning of the separate words (culturally understood meaning).

In the following sentences, select the good meaning of the idioms.


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1. The meaning of "a hot potato":

2. What is the meaning of "a penny for your thoughts" ?

3. The meaning of the idiom "actions speak louder than words":

4. What is the meaning of "add insult to injury" ?

5. The meaning of "an arm and a leg":

6. What does "back to the drawing board" mean ?

7. What is the meaning of the idiom " beat around the bush" ?

8. The meaning of "best of both worlds" :

9. Meaning of the idiom "best thing since sliced bread" :

10. What is the meaning of the idiom "cut corners" ?

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