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Build English Vocabulary with this detail-oriented idiom! #SHORTS #MinuteEnglish
A comb. A fine-tooth comb.
Have you ever heard an idiom to go over something with a fine-tooth comb?
So this is a comb, this is a pick, This is a brush.
Notice here, these are so close together. If you go over something with a fine-tooth comb, that means you look at all of the details to make sure they are perfect.
I used it like this: I’m working with a video editor. He made some edits and I
wasn’t sure, should I just give him the big obvious things to change first?
Or should I tell him every little detail to change? Should I go over that video with a fine-tooth comb?