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An idiom is a word of two or more that means something different fromwhat the words means People use idioms to express something that otherwords do not express it clearly some of them use the idiom to improvetheir speeches and Idioms are a way to make language more vivid anddescriptive The idiom that I liked most is In the black In the black this means to be making money To record positive numbersin black ink that is to say earnings Most of the people who use thisidiom are the accountants The history for in the black idiom is ifthe accountant recorded in the black ink means positive if theaccountant recorded in red thats means negative Another example forin the black is when someone has more than enough he is in theblack One of the examples was our company has been in the black sincethey began to cut costsSecondly the idiom dawn to the wire that I choose because I haveheard many people used it Down to the wire which means until the verylast moment that it is possible to do something At the same time itmeans the wire which marks the winning line in the race Some examples about the idiom is like when he just cached the beginningof the movie he came exactly on the time down to the wire I picked upmy friend then to the bus and it was running of time Another examplefor down to the wire is like the last Monday we could late on theclasses but it was down to the wire we woke up late not like the normaldays then we prepared to school it was exactly on time The lastexample for the idiom down to the wire is it was really an excitingrace The first horse was down to the wire before the second horseacross him
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