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English Idiom

A Lemon


A Lemon - something you buy that is defective; doesn't work well or breaks a lot (usually refers to a car or truck)

  • The car I bought is a lemon. This is the second time my car broke down this month.
  • My friend's car is a lemon. She always has to fix her car.
  • Do you think I can get my money back for my car? My car is a lemon.
  • My car is not a lemon. My car never breaks down.
  • When you buy a used car always get an inspection, so you don't buy a lemon.


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