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a dime dozen

"a dime dozen"

What does "a dime dozen" mean?

It means something is common and of low value. It suggests that the item is easily obtained or found in large quantities, therefore diminishing its value.

In Korean, it means "널리고 널린".

Here's a refined example sentence:

"In New York City, pizza shops are a dime a dozen."

From. Anton J. Mapoy

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