An idiomatic proverb (/ɪdɪəmætɪk prɒvɜ:b/) or proverbial idiom (/prəvɜ:bɪəl ɪdɪəm/) is an expression that is both an idiom and a proverb, thus presenting a double whammy for students.
For example, "you can't have your cake and eat it".
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