set phrase

NOUN
  1. an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up
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How To Use set phrase In A Sentence

  • A set phrase is always fixed.
  • Notice that this is a set phrase.
  • In official documentary language, the use of set phrase has its functions, characteristics and principles.
  • For me, the intransitive use of ‘bore easily’ is a minor cliché, that is, a phrase I recognize when I see it as a set phrase, even though I might not see it all that often.
  • Can you guess a set phrase with them?
  • Later the set phrase a bamboo is used to refer to irresistible force or victorious advance.
  • You may remember it a set phrase and the two phrases are the same in meaning.
  • I know it's a set phrase.
  • Can you guess a set phrase with them?
  • Did I say a set phrase just now?
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