Idioms And Phrases - English

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4.7
2.66K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

The app contains a collection of relevant, useful and popular English idioms, phrases, proverbs and phrasal verbs and other common expressions. Includes definitions, meanings, examples, usage and pronunciation in a dictionary like yet fun format.

Learn a new idiom new every day and improve the way you express!

Key features:-
*Daily Idiom / Idiom Of The Day
*Widget For Your Convenience
*Minimalistic UI - Light And Dark Theme
*Customizable Quizzes With Reviews To Test Your Knowledge
*Learn About A Random Idiom
*Add To Favorites, Or Search For And Find A Particular Idiom

Also helpful and useful in test preparation and exams like GRE, IELTS, SAT, SSC CGL, TOEFL, CAT, Bank Exams, AFCAT etc.
Updated on
Aug 26, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.7
2.58K reviews
A Google user
December 3, 2019
The term.LIGHT YEARS AHEAD does not mean a distant point in the future. The definition of light year in physics is the distance light can travel in one year. So it is a measure of distance rather than time. Therefore LIGHT YEARS AHEAD refers to one thing being more developed than the thing you are comparing it to, such as the smartphones of today being light years ahead of the phones in the early 2000s. They are much more advanced. Will change rating if term is fixed.
26 people found this review helpful
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Rishabh
December 8, 2019
Hi Andrew, Thank you for taking out time to review the app. The way I see it is, every idiom has a literal meaning and a idiomatic meaning. So the usage mentioned in the app is one of the ways you can use the idiom. However, the example you gave is also correct, I'll add it in the next update. Have a nice day! Cheers! Rishabh, Idioms And Phrases.
Mindy
December 26, 2023
100% I have the right app. I'm not that stupid to rate the wrong app. Eats a ton of storage and regardless of what you're doing every 10 to 15 seconds there's a ad. I deleted it under 5 minutes of downloading, can't even participate in their quiz. Yes I know ads are needed for free versions. But a person should be able to use the app as well.
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Rishabh
December 27, 2023
Hi Mindy, apologies if the app did not match your expectations. As the developer, I am a 100% sure that it does not use a ton of storage (no reason to, all it contains is text) and that there are no ads on every 10 to 15 secs of usage. This cannot randomly happen for a single user. Hope you found an app matching your needs. Cheers! Rishabh.
A Google user
April 25, 2020
Hi Rishabh Just to make it clear in what situation the bug appears. I have the daily-idiom widget added to my home. But I've turned off the daily-idiom notification. I think the widget updates correctly if my data is turned on all the time. However some days I turn off the data before I go to sleep. The next day when I turn on the data, the widget fails to update even if I tap on it's refresh icon. On Android 9 Couldn't edit my previous comment. Thus new review. Good useful app again. 👍✨💖
80 people found this review helpful
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Rishabh
April 25, 2020
Hi Akhil, Thank you for taking out time to review the app. Glad you like it. Apologies for the inconvenience, that should not happen. I'll look into it. Thank you for bringing it into my notice. Have a nice day! Cheers! Rishabh, Vocabulary Builder.

What's new

Minor improvements.