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    Idiomatic expression

    I want an idiomatic expression for silence. I mean, I generally use pin drop silence. So, please help me.

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    Re: Idiomatic expression

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I want an idiomatic expression for silence. I mean, I generally use pin drop silence. So, please help me.
    Actually, "pin drop silence" is not good English. To use it correctly, you need to say the complete phrase: "So quiet you could hear a pin drop." It's over-used, so it's a good idea to avoid it.

    Tell us more about what you're trying to say.

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