The Grapefruit Leagues is the food-related idiom for pre-season leagues.
An idiom is something that makes no sense unless you know the idiomatic definition. Do you think someone actually died at second? No, so this is an idiom. It means that a baseball player was tagged at second base and was "out."
The idiom 'in the wheelhouse' is an old baseball saying that dates back to the early 1950's. The term originally referred being in someone's pitch area.
Idiom is correct.
what is a idiom about a cat
"To be" is not an idiom - it's a verb.
An idiom misuse is to use and idiom in a wrong way that doesn't make sense.
The idiom "apple shiner" means the teacher's pet.
"Larger than life" is an idiom, so there isn't an idiom for it.
It is a idiom.
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What is a idiom for the story Hatchet
"He lost his shirt" IS an idiom.