Some idioms involving eggs are fairly well known, including with egg on one’s face (‘appearing foolish or ridiculous’), kill the goose that lays the golden egg (‘destroy a reliable and valuable source of income’), and walk on eggshells (‘be extremely cautious about one’s words or actions’).
Money talks not just in English but in other languages as well. Find out in which country people 'buy the pig in the bag' and other money idioms.
The word Latinx is being considered for a future Oxford Dictionaries update.
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“An idea does not pass from one language to another without change.” - Miguel de Unamuno  (1864–1936)

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