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A dime a dozen


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A dime a dozen means regular, boring, common, worthless thing that are common and easy to get.

Sample Usage

1) Rude people in New York City are a dime a dozen. Everywhere you go, there
are rude people.

2) I don't need friends like him; they are a dime a dozen.

3) We don't want to be hurry to get a thing which is a dime a dozen because it is
not so special and you could get one any time you wanted.

4) English teachers in Korea are a dime a dozen. There are so many English
speakers here!


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