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  1. maylee
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    the differences between them

    hello there.

    can anyone tell me what is the differences between " kills two birds in a stone " and " have it and eat it " ?

    kindly regards,
    may

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    Re: the differences between them

    Quote Originally Posted by maylee View Post
    hello there.

    can anyone tell me what is the differences between " kills two birds in a stone " and " have it and eat it " ?

    kindly regards,
    may
    The expressions are: "To kill two birds with one stone" and "To have one's cake and eat it too". They have completely different meanings.

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