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"Vanish into thin air" means "to disappear completely, without leaving a trace"…

"Vanish into thin air" means "to disappear completely, without leaving a trace"…

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Idiom of the day: Walk on air.  Meaning: To be very happy.  Example: Ann was walking on air when she got the job.

Idiom of the day: Walk on air. Meaning: To be very happy. Example: Ann was walking on air when she got the job.

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Idiom of the day: See red.  Meaning: To become very angry.  Example: When he laughed in my face, I just saw red.

Idiom of the day: See red. Meaning: To become very angry. Example: When he laughed in my face, I just saw red.

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. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

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