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February 15, 2011
Idiom: cost (someone) an arm and a leg
"cost (someone) an arm and a leg"
Meaning: cost a lot; be very expensive
Example: My new 60" LCD TV and entertainment system
cost me an arm and a leg
Last week's idioms:
Step on it!
Doyet Alma Doris Apolto
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cost (someone) an arm and a leg