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First of all, remember that idioms or colloquialisms may make sense in one place but not in another, even if the same language is spoken.
To reproduce the Great Style of the original in a Western idiom, the happiest combination of circumstances was necessary.
This is an allusion to the idiom of the French language, and is inapplicable in English.
He was the last judge on the Scotch bench to employ the pure Scotch idiom.
VIRGINIBUS PUERISQUEROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
The crusaders carried the prestige of the French name and diffused the French idiom over Europe.
This idiom, borrowed from the Irish, is very common in Anglo-Irish.
It is a product; or as he expresses it in a Greek idiom, a child of divine intelligence.
A THOUSAND YEARS OF JEWISH HISTORYMAURICE H. (MAURICE HENRY) HARRIS
It is in the transfer of the idiom and costume that the difficulty and consequent failure lie.
THE BOOK-COLLECTORWILLIAM CAREW HAZLITT
The opportunities of Greek study enjoyed by Boccaccio were also very meagre, and his mastery of the idiom was superficial.
The idiom and traditions of the ancient inhabitants were there preserved.

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