Meaning – To shot or start something. To begin gaining endure in something. If you room getting her feet wet you are tentatively make the efforts something because that the first time.

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When can you usage this idiom?

You are starting a new hobby.A girlfriend is nervous around learning come drive.You desire to encourage who to shot something new.Example:In The News:Discuss:Is over there an idiom prefer this in your country?What is one idiom?

An idiom is a native or phrase that is not taken literally. One idiom is an expression that cannot be interpreted from the interpretations of its individual words, yet has a separate definition of the own.


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