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    Question ask a meaning of an idiom

    What does this idiom mean:an old saying about three deaths in a row.thank you!

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    Re: ask a meaning of an idiom

    Alysa, I'm not familiar with that particular idiom, sorry. Is it an idiom or is it a definition for an idiom you're looking for?

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    Smile Re: ask a meaning of an idiom

    Hello,I want to improve my english.I will be very thankful if you help me.Thank you.

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    Re: ask a meaning of an idiom

    Welcome, necdetaybar.

    If you have a question, please start a new thread. This thread belongs to someone else. It's about idioms.

    All the best.

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    Re: ask a meaning of an idiom

    There is a saying that "everything happens in 3's."

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