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idioms involving rock
The very lowest
With airline fares at rock-bottom prices, it's a good time to travel.
Between a rock and a hard place
In a difficult position with no easy way out
We are between a rock and a hard place; our customers demand lower prices but our shareholders demand profits.
Rock the boat
To disturb the equilibrium, to upset the calm
Management is considering our proposal for a wage increase so let's not rock the boat by threatening to go on strike.
On the rocks
In a state of destruction or wreckage
Doi-san said his marriage is on the rocks because he travels extensively for his work.
It's outstanding, superb
Have you seen the new TV ad for our lite beer? It rocks.