A Dime A Dozen – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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A DIME A DOZEN
When something is a dime a dozen, it means that thing is commonly found everywhere.

  • These days, coffee shop chains are a dime a dozen.
  • In NYC, hot dog carts are a dime a dozen.
  • Seems like social media sites are a dime a dozen

How about you? What is a dime a dozen where are you live?
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