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This section contains dictionaries and resources related to English language

Currently the American idioms dictionary is available — more than 8000 idioms online to search and get used to, each is accompanied by examples (please see the links below to access the idioms).
While you read an idiom in the content area of the page, the server will also provide you with a list of relevant (as it thinks :-) ) items on the right hand side of the page.
Also, there is a section where you can suggest an expression to be explained or discussed on this site (see  {"More expressions"} under  {"Idioms"}). If you know a better explanation for an idiom, or good example of use, please post it under the idiom using the comments link.
Under the  {"Extra"} item we will be publishing the external links related to English language. Feel free to submit the resources you consider useful for others.

You can contribute and help in organizing idioms in a better way

For example, you can suggest your tagging for the most pages of this site.
Tags allow quick linking and, therefore, easy accessing the whole list of the pages, which are tagged with the same tag.
If a page has tags, then those are provided as links right below the content (near the "Tag this page" link). Small numbers in superscript after each tag show the number of pages currently marked with this tag. If there is no number — then only current page is marked so far (and the link will not actually work). Clicking a tag link will bring you the list of all pages, marked with the tag you clicked (you can try the 'demo tag' found below in this page).

If you want to suggest a tag, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Go to the page you want add a tag.
  2. Find "Tag this page" link on the page (it is right after the content) and click it. A small web-form should appear. If there is no such link on the page, then the page cannot be tagged.
  3. Type in and submit the tag using the form (each tag may include one or several words with stops).
  4. If you want to add another tag to the page, you will need to reload the page and proceed with step 2 and further.

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