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I found this phrase 'it costs a bomb' which people usually using in their comments. Any idea about this phrase?
asked Jun 2, 2017 in Arts+Literature by JOSY TOM Level 2 (520 points)

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The term 'it costs a bomb' means it is very costly. It is a phrase used to exaggerate or give a big feel to emphasize that something is very much costly to own. The phrase has also been used for anything impossible to own just because of it's high-value cost.
answered Jun 4, 2017 by Andre O'neil
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It means that it costs a lot. For an example I visited one fashion site which was very expensive, so I would call it that it costs a bomb. Just a tip for you that if you ever want to buy best fashion clothes, you can get it at cheapest prices from this website Hope it helps you. Thank  you.

answered Jun 7, 2017 by Danny Omand Level 1 (230 points)