An idiom is a widely used expression or saying that contains a figurative meaning which is completely different from the phrase’s actual meaning. For example when one says “Bite the Bullet” then the direct meaning of the phrase would mean that someone would take a bullet to keep it between his/her teeth and take a bite of it, but that doesn’t make any sense, this is because the expression “Bite the Bullet” is an idiom which means that one decides to do something difficult or something that one has been putting away from some time now. So, an idiom is a phrase or expression which has a figurative meaning.
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