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Is "Shake it off." an idiom?

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  1. nerdsrcool360
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    I think it is. I looked in the idiom dictionary and it was in there so i guess yeah.

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  2. Smokahontas
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    Is "Pull it together." another one? haha

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  3. nerdsrcool360
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    yep it is :)

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  4. nerdsrcool360
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    They're both idioms because they may not mean the literal term.

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  5. she-walks-in
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    yesssss =)

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  6. Smokahontas
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    Alright, thank you! One more question, the line "Your life fell apart in your hands," is that a metaphor?

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  7. she-walks-in
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    yes ^^ its not literal or actually happening, so yes its a metaphor

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  8. nerdsrcool360
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    Yeah i agree its a metaphor.

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  9. Smokahontas
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    Well, that wasnt one more question, THIS is my last one! The term "It's pulling you under." What is that?

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  10. she-walks-in
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    hm..any context? that could be personification, 'it' possibly being inanimate, this sentence would be giving it person-like characteristics

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  11. Smokahontas
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    Yeah "it's" I think is supposed to be someone's demeanor

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  12. she-walks-in
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    so yes, the demeanor is not alive itself, so the answer is personification

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  13. Smokahontas
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    Thank you so much :)

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