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English Idioms


Windfall – to receive a large amount of money

  • My sister got a windfall when she got married.
  • We to a windfall, when we sued in court.
  • We got a windfall, when our father died.
  • Do you know if Tommy got a windfall? I was wondering where all this money came from?
  • The book is going to make a windfall.
  • That new restaurant is really good. They must make a windfall.

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Tear Apart

Tight Race

Time Flies

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Tie The Knot

The Lights Are On But Nobody Is Home

The Proof Is In The Pudding

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Throw In the Towel

Too Bad

Top Dog

Train Wreck

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What The Hell

What Is Up

When Pigs Fly


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You Are Toast

You Can Say That Again

Your Guess Is As Good As Mind

You Rock

Zonk Out

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