What does the idiom "feel like a million" mean?
What does the idiom 'feel like a million' mean?
Idioms are a type of figurative language, since they are not meant to be interpreted literally and often use metaphors, allusions, or similes to communicate an idea. A few examples of idioms include 'ready to roll', 'look for the silver lining', and 'woke up on the wrong side of the bed.'
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What is an Idiom? - Definition & Examples
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What is an idiom? What does an idiom mean in figurative language? Learn idiom examples, the idiom definition, and the idiom meaning.
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