Idiom: All roads lead to Rome
Meaning: This means that there can be many different ways of doing something.Country: International English | Subject Area: Place name | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Lead someone up the garden path
- Fiddle while Rome burns
- Swing the lead
- Go over like a lead balloon
- Go down like a lead balloon
- When in Rome, do as the Romans do
- You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink
- Rome was not built in a day
- Lead with the chin
- Get the lead out
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