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    Default New Idioms

    Hello!
    I' d like to have a piece of advice. I'm working a work at my university dealing with English idioms which are new and are not fixed in dictionaries yet ( desirably), I have chosen the fields such as bussiness and money as to my mind those fields are revelent and "open" for new vocabulary. But I don't know where I can find something new. Reading as many papers as possible is a time-consuming task.
    Thank you for your advice.

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    Hi Margalit,

    try here, Business Jargon and Buzzwords - rhymer.net or search for business jargon. There are some phrases which could be classed as idiomatic.

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