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    Resources Expressions Be fired
An idiom or an idiomatic expression is a group of words which when taken together, has a different, figurative meaning than that of the individual words which make it up. Idiomatic expressions are found in all languages and are used frequently. There are approximately 25,000 idioms in the English language. Included here are but a number of the more common idiomatic expressions in English. We are constantly adding to this list, so check back frequently.
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He will have to look for employment after being fired.