a dime a dozen
phrasal so plentiful or commonplace as to be of little esteem or slight value

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • (a) dime a dozen — a dime a dozen informal phrase extremely common, and therefore not very valuable or special Writers like him are a dime a dozen. Thesaurus: ordinary and normalsynonym Main entry: dime * * * a ˌdi …   Useful english dictionary

  • a dime a dozen — phrasal : plentiful or commonplace to the point of having little value heroes were a dime a dozen that day Infantry Journal * * * a dime a dozen Cheap, commonplace • • • Main Entry: ↑dime * * * informal very common and of no particular value… …   Useful english dictionary

  • A Dime a Dozen — Hawaiian Eye episode Episode no. Season 1 Episode 12 Directed by Andre de Toth Written by …   Wikipedia

  • a dime a dozen — ► a dime a dozen informal very common and of little value. Main Entry: ↑dime …   English terms dictionary

  • A Dime a Dozen (Hawaiian Eye) — Infobox Television episode Title = A Dime a Dozen Series = Hawaiian Eye Caption = Season = 1 Episode = 12 Airdate = December 23, 1959 Production = Writer = Robert J Shaw Director = Andre de Toth Guests = Shirley Knight : Lynn Donald May : Lt… …   Wikipedia

  • a dime a dozen — very cheap, low priced, dirt cheap    He can remember when eggs were cheap a dime a dozen …   English idioms

  • (a) dime a dozen — commonly available. Remember, editors are a dime a dozen, so if she causes trouble, fire her …   New idioms dictionary

  • a dime a dozen — informal extremely common, and therefore not very valuable or special Writers like him are a dime a dozen …   English dictionary

  • a dime a dozen — informal very common and of little value. → dime …   English new terms dictionary

  • a dime a dozen — idi+inf abundant and thus of little value …   From formal English to slang

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