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    idioms

    Hi there~ I am new member.
    I'd like to share what I know with you.
    My idioms from animals is "to talk turkey".
    It means to talk openly and directly.
    Ex: Let's start to talk turkey we need to solve this problem quickly.
    Have a nice day~

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    Re: idioms

    hey, you're very welcome, and by the way why don't you try the Animal-idiom thread, for I think there where it belongs

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    Re: idioms

    never heard of it!!Thanks

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