The bikini has gradually grown to gain wide acceptance in Western society. By the early 2000s, annual bikini sales had reached $811 million in America. Bikinis boosted spin-off services such as bikini waxing and sun tanning.
Hello and welcome to episode 161…of… An Idiom a Day
I’m Gina Johnson and the idiom of the day …is… ride a wave
The beach is where salt lowers your blood pressure.
ride a wave …is to become involved with an activity which has become very common or popular…to enjoy a period of success and good fortune
Podcasting is enjoying a period of popularity.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… ride a wave
Podcasting is riding a wave of popularity.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … ride a wave
Hollywood plans to ride the wave of superhero movies.
My business is riding a wave of success.
You’ve worked hard for many years. You deserve to relax and ride the wave.
CAN I ASK YOU A QUESTION?
Would you go swimming at a nude beach?
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Idiom Review …. is the theme for our next set of idioms.
Over the next four weeks, I will reveal the Top 20 Idioms for 2018.
Thank you for listening and the next idiom is… Number 20 go to the ends of the earth
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informal | used in relaxed situations with family, friends, or people you know