An idiom, or phrase, is a group of words with a meaning that cannot be worked out from the literal meanings of the individual words.
Every idiom doesn't always have an equivalent. Mind the context.
- If you you use Windows, you'll get the special characters by pressing the ALT-key and then typing a number with 4 figures on the keypad.
E. g. french :
- You can look up the whole chart for Windows and Macintosh on this address
- On a Android smartphone you just tap and hold the letter of the virtual keyboard and choose among the accented character set.
- If you write let fly
, you'll get both all entries containing let
and all entries containing fly
- But if you write "let fly"
, you'll get only the entries containing let fly
- If you write "move"
, you'll get not only make a move
but also at one remove from
, among others.
But if you write " move"
, you'll get on the move
or make a move