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Idioms With ArmCost an arm and a leg
When something costs an arm and a leg, it is very pricey. This is an informal idiom.
When you receive a shot in the arm, you get a sudden encouragement.
When you twist somebodyís arm you persuade them to do something they donít want to do.
When you keep somebody at armís length, you donít allow them to be too friendly with you.
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