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Spring Idioms

Spring is such a wonderful time of year! In honor of my favorite season, I decided to write about some popular idioms based on spring, events in spring, or spring weather.


An idiom is an expression that you can only know if you are familiar with the language and the culture of the language. Some people who speak the same language do not know the same idioms because they are from different countries or regions where the language is spoken. The only way to learn idioms is to learn them from a speaker of the language. Furthermore, idioms cannot be translated into other languages.


I hope you find this list insightful and fun!



Put All Your Eggs in One Basket




What it Means: To put all of your work or effort into one thing, and ONLY one thing, without thinking about any other options or the consequences of doing so.


Example: You shouldn't put all of your eggs in one basket when applying for college.


Meaning: You shouldn't only apply for one college in case you don't get in or it doesn't work the way you want it to.



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