Idiom Thaatha

Costs an arm and a leg – Idiom Thaatha

Costs an arm and a leg

The meaning of the idiom Costs an arm and a leg is to refer to anything that is hugely expensive.

Examples:

1. The CEO backed out from the tender race at the last moment as he realized that it would cost his company an arm and a leg.

2. Ezra felt drained after his purchase of a new car. It has cost him an arm and a leg.

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