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Food and Drink Idioms (5)

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 a grain of truth (a very small amount of truth): There is not a grain of truth in what she said.

a greasy spoon (a dingy small cheap restaurant): We all got sick after eating at a greasy spoon.

a knuckle sandwich informal (a punch in the mouth): If you don’t shut up, you’ll get a knuckle sandwich!

a liquid lunch (drink alcoholic drinks instead of eating food): We had just a liquid lunch at John’s house, I’m starving.

a meal ticket (a source of regular income or livelihood): A university degree is not a meal ticket for life indeed.

a nest egg (a sum of money saved for a future purpose): He did not even build up a nest egg for his retirement.

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