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Could you tell me if the idiom 'to be frozen to the marrow' is really used in English?Or, if not, is there an idiom with a similar meaning?
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… is there an idiom with a similar meaning?
A very similar idiom that can mean the same as your example is, "chilled to the bone".
From fraze-it: "I also was chilled to the bone, despite the warmth of silk underwear, a down coat, a hat, a scarf and gloves."
This can also mean "horrified", "scared".
"I was chilled to the bone when I read about the serial killer's exploits."