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In English, there are many idioms about plants. For example, “The grass is always greener on the other side” means that other people’s lives always seem better than your own, even when they’re not.
To “beat around the bush” is to talk about unimportant things instead of the most important thing. This idiom comes from hunting, where people used to beat the ground around bushes – but not the bushes themselves – to get birds to fly out. You might hear someone say, “Stop beating around the bush and get to the point!”
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