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Idiom Meaning - Originates from the 1961 novel by Joseph Heller. In which one bureaucratic regulation is dependent on another, which in turn is dependent on the first. Going round in circles

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Catch-22

This example of this common, famous American - English Idiom Catch-22 plays a major part in the non-standard common speech, slang or dialect that is natural to the people of the United States and Great Britain. The meaning and origin of the American - English Catch-22 idiom has been explained above and forms part of the free, online idioms dictionary. An Idiom is a common, everyday phrase or expression or saying whose meaning cannot be understood by the individual words or elements. A phrase, proverb, or slang that is peculiar to a people or to a district, community or class. This is demonstrated by the American - English meaning of the Idiom Catch-22. Although the word 'idiom' is not commonly used in our everyday language the actual idioms we quote, such as the American - English Idiom Catch-22 is nevertheless frequently quoted! An idiom can relate to a variety of subjects including topics like a Funny Idiom, Sports idiom, rare, food idiom and even idioms found in books such as "Catch 22". We hope you enjoy browsing the idiomatic expressions such as the American - English Idiom Catch-22?


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Idiom Meaning - Originates from the 1961 novel by Joseph Heller. In which one bureaucratic regulation is dependent on another, which in turn is dependent on the first. Going round in circles

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