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Today's Idiom = "Get A Checkup"
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Get A Checkup ( when a specialist checks over a body to see if it is okay ... )

"Get A Checkup"

Getting a checkup is seeing a doctor to find out if everything is okay.

Example: "How are you feeling? You don't look so good." Reply: "Yes, I need to get a check up."

If a car is not driving well it may need a checkup from a mechanic to find out what is wrong.

Example: "My car has not been running well. I need to get it in for a checkup."

Get A Charley Horse

Get A Clean Bill Of Health

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