Idioms

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

These are a collection of idioms.

Pharaoh’s Dream

During the time of Joseph, the Pharaoh had a dream and, in the dream, he saw seven stout cows, followed by seven emancipated ones. The emancipated cows ate the fat ones. The Pharaoh also saw another dream and in it, he saw seven obese grain followed by seven lean grain. The lean grain devoured the fat grain. Joseph interpreted the dream by saying that the fat cows and the stout grain represented a period of plenty and the famished grain and the lean cows represented famine. Joseph was elevated to the next in command of the Pharaoh.

Pharaoh’s Dream as an idiom means having dull and feeble outcomes which will be followed by a period of success and fortune.

I would love to experience Pharaoh’s dream in my life.

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is an iconic monument built by the emperor Shajahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz.

Taj Mahal as an idiom stands for a gift offering to a lover.

I gifted a necklace as a Taj Mahal for my lover.

Hook and Catch

Hook and Catch as an idiom stands for winning a large sum of money through a lottery draw.

I would love to experience a hook and catch in my life.

Myanmar

Myanmar as an Idiom stands for ousting a democratically elected government by the military junta.

The government of Aung San Suki has become a Myanmar.


Submitted: May 24, 2021

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