Explain the meaning of the word “Idiomatic” with examples
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Idiomatic- a sentence/conversation/talk/poetry/story/oral or written work consisting or containing idiom(s) in it.
Example- “Bed of roses” is an idiomatic expression which means a comfortable situation or an easy life.
Use in a sentence- Harry’s parents are wealthy, he has a bed of roses.
Another example- “Kill two birds with one stone” is an idiomatic expression which means to accomplish two different things at the same time.
Use in a sentence- Mark visited his grandmother in New York City while on an official trip. He killed two birds with one stone.