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  1. magetvirg

    Smile to stay the night

    Is "to stay the night" an exponent or an idiom ?
    We are not sur of the difference between an idiom and an exponent...
    Is somebody able to explain it to us?
    Thank you very much.

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    Re: to stay the night

    Idioms are lexical exponents.

    To stay the night is idiomatic.

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