ON THE HOUSE – An American Idiom Lesson

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ON THE HOUSE
What does the idiom, on the house mean?
When you get something on the house , you get it for free. On the house means that the restaurant gives you something for free. We generally use on the house when we talk about restaurants.

  • I was so happy because the waiter brought us a bottle of wine on the house.
  • Dessert is on the house at this restaurant.
  • How about you? When was the last time you got something on the house?
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