Answer to Question #92056 in Other English for khalid
An idiom is an expression, word, or phrase which has a figurative meaning that is conventionally understood by the native speakers. This meaning is different from the literal/dictionary meaning of the idiom's individual elements. In other words, idioms do not mean exactly what the words say. They have hidden meaning, for instance, "kick the bucket" is an idiom that doesn’t mean ‘to drop a bucket by kicking it’; it rather means ‘to die’.
bundle of nerves
barking up the wrong tree
to lend a hand
horse of a different color
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