Do you know the English idiom “to cost an arm and a leg“?
Look at this example conversation. Can you guess the meaning?
A: “Wow! Is this your new car? It looks expensive.”
B: “Expensive? It cost an arm and a leg!”
Does “to cost an arm and a leg” mean:
a) to be very cheap
b) to be very expensive
c) to be on sale
The answer is below! ↓
to cost an arm and a leg = to be very expensive!