English Idioms #2 - A Dime A Dozen

Idiom -  A Dime A Dozen 

Definition - Anything that is common and easy to get.

Yet another example of an idiom that comes from money. I guess money is just such a large part of our lives that there are many stories that relate to it and we all know that all idioms have a stoy behind them


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