For over 135 years the Easter parade in New York City has been an American cultural event on Easter Sunday. Individuals participating in the parade traditionally dress in new and fashionable outfits and elaborate Easter bonnets. New York City’s Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival takes place on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on Easter Sunday. ~Beautiful faces need beautiful clothes.
Hello and welcome to episode 79…of… An Idiom a Day
I’m Gina Johnson and the idiom of the day …is… to die for
In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it, you’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter parade. ~Irving Berlin
to die for … if you say that something is to die for, you mean that you want it or like it very much…something that is extremely nice, attractive or desirable
The view from this Airbnb is desirable and I want to have it.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… to die for
The view from this Airbnb is to die for.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … to die for
Your silver hair is to die for.
That dress she is wearing is to die for.
The food at this restaurant is to die for. Make a reservation.
What do you see from your bedroom window?
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informal | idioms used with family and friends in a relaxed situation