To Bite The Dust – American Idiom Lesson

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Bite the dust.
Went to a machine or electronic equipment stops working, you can say that it bit the dust.
Remember that bite is an irregular verb: bite…bit…bitten

  • My old car finally bit the dust.
  • My phone bit the dust when I dropped it in the bath.

How about you? Do you have anything that has bitten the dust recently?

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