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Meaning of the idiom "lion's share of the food"



 
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Meaning of the idiom "lion's share of the food" #1 (permalink) Mon Jul 20, 2009 17:12 pm   Meaning of the idiom "lion's share of the food"
 

English Idioms and Expressions, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #9 "Animal Idioms", question 5

He's very greedy when it comes to eating and always takes the lion's share of the food.

(a) last portion
(b) smallest portion
(c) first portion
(d) largest portion

English Idioms and Expressions, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #9 "Animal Idioms", answer 5

He's very greedy when it comes to eating and always takes the largest portion.

Correct answer: (d) largest portion
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HELP EXPLAIN ME THE MEANING OF THE IDIOM "LION'S SHARE OF THE FOOD"?

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Meaning of the idiom "lion's share of the food" #2 (permalink) Tue Jul 21, 2009 6:01 am   Meaning of the idiom "lion's share of the food"
 

the biggest share
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