What is the meaning of Remember to breed. Is it kind of a idioms and phrases. Does anybody know the meaning of it?
It's "remember to BREATHE"
Idioms are phrases or expressions whose meaning should not be taken literally. I cannot be understood by simply knowing and putting together the ordinary meanings of the separate words in it. Examples: Contracts, agreements, and memos should be put into Black and White. (into writing) I burned the midnight oil whenever there's a test. (study thoroughly)
How do you make a booklet of idiom and phrases from A to Z four idioms of each alphabet with meaning?
Moon Phrases or Idioms (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/idiom) are phrases that refer to the moon, but use the reference in the way that other words are used in Idiomatic speech. Check this link for some common Moon Idioms and expressions that you may already know. http://home.hiwaay.net/~krcool/Astro/moon/moonwords/index.htm Some other idioms you may know are listed here: http://www.idiomsite.com/
He mea iki! Literally meaning, "A little thing." Figuratively meaning, "You're welcome," in response to Mahalo (Thanks). A variant is He mea `ole kêia, "It's nothing." For more translations of Hawaiian Idioms, Catch Phrases, Expletives and Interjections visit: http://www.geocities.com/~olelo/v-idioms.html
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I vote for "up" used as a preposition, adverb, adjective, noun, and verb with 81 definitions and 12 idioms (up with, up to). Tied for second are "get" and "got": Get is a verb and a noun with 31 definitions and 32 idioms and phrases (get going, get ahead). Got is a verb and a noun with 31 definitions and 32 idioms and phrases (got going, got ahead). The runner up might be "in" as…