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    ahmedkeysee is offline Newbie
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    Post idioms

    excuse me my question is breaking news is what

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    Re: idioms

    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedkeysee View Post
    excuse me my question is breaking news is what
    Excuse my question. What is 'breaking news'? <- You possibly mean this.
    Welcome ahmedkeysee.
    We like people to use proper punctuation here. In this case, it's more important than usual because your question is not clear.
    "Breaking news" is news that has just appeared.

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    Re: idioms

    It's often used when the first details of a big story are coming through, when they don't have the full picture of what is happening.

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