Idiom: You could cut it with a knife
What does 'You could cut it with a knife' mean?
If the air is so thick you could cut it with a knife, it is humid or muggy. It could also mean that there's a lot of tension.
- Category: General
- Contributed By: Lynn Ridenour
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