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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 https://www.fabtagsale.com/. Hope it helps you. Thank  you.

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