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Exams round the corner?
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What does `exams round the corner' mean above?
Could anyone explain it?
around the corner
About to happen; imminent.
The holidays were very near. They were just around the corner.
According to The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of Idioms
Very soon, imminent, as in You never know what stroke of luck lies just around the corner. [First half of 1900s]
My question-why first half of 1900s? It is still used,no?
Edit:Or does it mean that it came in use in the first half of 1900s?