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Today's Idiom = "Easy To Come By"
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Easy To Come By ( something that can be found easily ... )

"Easy To Come By"

It is not easy to come by means it is not easy to find it.

Example: "At this time of year, fresh fruit is not easy to come by."

Easier Said Than Done

Eat A Meal Out

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