Idioms

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

These are a collection of idioms.

Cashocracy

Cashocracy from cash and democracy as an idiom stands for obtaining a large amount of money from a windfall draw.

I wish to obtain many cashocracies in my life.

Tried eighteen tricks

Tried eighteen tricks is a Malayalam idiom and it means being unsuccessful at something.

Yes, sometimes I have encountered trying eighteen tricks in my life.

Black Tongue

Black tongue is a Malayalam idiom and it means making an offensive remark or wishing someone bad.

There are many in society who have a black tongue.

Freud’s Taboo

Freud’s taboo as an idiom stands for incest, rape and murder.

For human civilization to develop, it has to avoid Freud’s taboo.

Cutting the neck

Cutting the neck is a Malayalam idiom and it means charging an exorbitant price.

Many shops practice cutting the neck.


Submitted: June 10, 2021

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LE. Berry

As a great fan of word play, enjoyed this piece!

Thu, June 10th, 2021 5:45pm

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