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    Red5 is offline Webmaster, UsingEnglish.com
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    New English Idioms, Slang and Swearing References

    We have just released a new Members' Area section containing references of English Idioms, Slang and Swear Words. Here you can browse through thousands of English expressions and discover their meanings and view usage tips.

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    Default Re: New References of English Idioms, Slang and Swearing

    Hi, Red!

    I believe there's a mistake here. (Category: Slang)

    Dab hand = A 'dickhead ' is an expert.

    Dandelion

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    Red5 is offline Webmaster, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: New References of English Idioms, Slang and Swearing

    LOL!!! (Great example of a copy-paste error!)

    I'll tell our editor.

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    Default Re: New References of English Idioms, Slang and Swearing

    I'm less of a dab hand and more of a dickhead when it comes to copy and paste. Thanks for spotting it.

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