What does 'Icing on the cake' mean?
Meaning: This expression is used to refer to something good that happens on top of an already good thing or situation.
Contributor: Alea Roach
Country: International English | Subject Area: Food | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Take the cake
- Have your cake and eat it too
- You can't have your cake and eat it
- Pieces of the same cake
- You can't have cake and the topping, too
- Dropped like a hot cake
- Piece of cake
- Cake's not worth the candle
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