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to bow to the audience at the end of a performance; to receive praise, applause, and congratulations for an excellent performance
“Some of the children who acted in the school play were too shy to take their bow.”
“The audience cheered wildly when the dancers took their bow.”
“They finally took a bow for what they did.“
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“He ________________ just as the curtains came down “
A. took a bow
B. throwing money down the drain
C. pay through the nose
D. a cash-flow problem
- Describe a concert that you have attended. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– What a concert was
– When it happened
– Where it performed
And explain why you liked or disliked it
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