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What does cost a bomb mean?

Meaning of idioms with examples...

cost a bomb


The phrase cost a bomb is an idiomatic expression that refers to something that is extremely expensive.

Other variation of this idiom include:

1. cost an arm and a leg.
2. cost the earth.
3. cost a packet.
4. cost a small fortune.


Alan: How much did you buy your car?
John: It cost me a bomb.

This idiom is in the parts of the body category

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