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    Default Re: An English Idiom that means unexpected?

    Quote Originally Posted by probus View Post
    Bingo. Why couldn't I think of that?
    I don't associate "out of the blue" with finance. I suppose you might get a huge inheritance out of the blue but I wouldn't associate with a business venture which has high potential with low risk.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Default Re: An English Idiom that means unexpected?

    you can ask meaning of idioms, but to crate an idiom for given situation is sometime tough.

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    Default Re: An English Idiom that means unexpected?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aruh Jackie View Post
    You can ask [for/about] the meaning of idioms, but to create an idiom for a given situation is sometimes tough.
    Aruh Jackie - I agree with the sentiment. You are a native English speaker, so please make sure that your posts contain correct English, capitalisation etc.
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