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a phrase containing figurative language in which the word expresses a different idea from its exact meaning
 explanation \ reasoning 
idiom example: "break a leg"
this is an idiom because it is figurative language that doesn't exactly mean what it says. the person saying "break a leg" just means do really good that you'll "break a leg". in reality, we don't actually want you to break a leg. we just mean it figuratively.
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if you have a hp laptop on the top row of your keyboard there sould be a button that says prt sc , click that then wait a second then open the paint app open the clipboard and hit paste then save as a file. hope that ^-^