The British Idiom – Lemon
Definition of Lemon
When we call something a lemon, usually a machine, we are saying that is defective and unsatisfactory.
Examples of Usage of Lemon
The very first motorcycle I bought was a real lemon. At the slightest hint of rain it would stop working. I’m glad this car is still under warranty because it’s a complete lemon.
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