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    • #22555

      Winter is coming! It’s time to gear up with some “snowy’ and “icy” idioms:

      to break the ice
      to walk on thin ice
      to be snowed under
      a snowball effect
      to be snowed in

      What idioms do you already know and use? Which ones are new to you? Try to use them in the sentences of your own.

    • #23776

      There are too many suitable commercial properties for me to buy, I am really snowed under with choosing which one is the best.

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