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I have a confusion about an idiom Is “a little bit of everywhere and unlike anywhere” an idiom? and what does it mean
Jul 26, 2019 8:21 AM
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No, it isn't an idiom. An idiom is a phrase used with a non-literal meaning which you can't guess without knowing the idiom. I have never heard this phrase before, but it's clear what it means. It sounds like someone is commenting on the style of a particular place. The designers have copied aspects of many locations (eastern, western, traditional, modern) but the result is something original. For example, this place has aspects of Paris, Dubai and New York, but it doesn't look like any of those places.
July 26, 2019
郭浩宇
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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English