Idiom of the Week: Steal the Show

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Meaning: To do better than everybody else, usually in a performance.

Examples:

The actor who played the lawyer was really good. She stole the show!

My son stole the show at his piano recital. I’m so proud of him!

Whenever we have a performance she always steals the show! I’m so envious!

 

Pop Quiz:

Stealing the show is a…

A.  Good thing.

B.  Bad thing.

C.  Neutral thing.

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue Reading”:

The correct answer is A – except of course if you were one of those who got stolen from!

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