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    idoiomatic expressions

    can utell me the meaning of these idoiomatic expresiins when i heard that it blew my mind, hes neat, did u see that dude, what a trip

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    Re: idoiomatic expressions

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can you tell me the meaning of these idiomatic expressions?
    When I heard that it blew my mind,
    blew my mind= astonished me; affected my state of consciousness
    He's neat,
    as an idiom= He's fun; interesting, cool
    Did you see that dude?,
    dude= man
    What a trip!
    What an extraordinary thing; I've never seen anything like it; Oh, my god!
    I hope this is helpful,


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