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Idioms Letter D

Today in the Fun Easy English classroom you are going to learn some idioms beginning with the letter D.
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Idioms: American English Idioms - Letter D

Today learn 10 idioms beginning with the letter D.
Idiom Definition Usage
dancing to a different tune acting differently Now that she has money, she seems to be dancing to a different tune.
dark horse unknown This election proves that even a dark horse candidate can win.
dash off leave quickly I need to dash off to the store to get a few things.
dawn on become clear to It began to dawn on her as to why he was angry.
day and night continually We worked day and night to finish the project.
day in and day out regularly He goes to that restaurant day in and day out.
dead ahead directly in front There was a truck dead ahead of our car.
dead as a doornail definitely dead The bug was dead as a doornail after hitting the car.
dead center exactly in the middle She was able to hit the target dead center.
dead duck person in a hopeless situation He is a dead duck.
From YOUR Teacher: Idioms Letter D

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