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Idiom of the day: Off the cuff. Meaning: Spontaneous; without preparation or rehearsal. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: Off the cuff. Meaning: Spontaneous; without preparation or rehearsal. Example: Some of the best comic performances in history have been completely off the cuff.

Idiom of the day: Tighten your belt.  Meaning: To spend less money.  #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: Tighten your belt. Meaning: To spend less money. Example: I’ve had to tighten my belt since I stopped working full-time.

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Common English Collocations with "get" - To truly learn English, you must learn and understand common collocations.

Call it a day

Idiom of the day: Call it a day. Meaning: To stop doing something, especially working. Example: I’m getting a bit tired now - let’s call it a day.

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