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Idiom: Break a Leg


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Idiom: Break a Leg

Meaning: GOOD LUCK!

 

The idea being that if someone is wished ‘bad luck’ before a performance then they will have good, or better, luck. (Opposite meaning.)

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Idiom: Break a Leg