Learn English Phrases Everyday [audio] — U-Dictionary

1. Add insult to injury The phrase “add insult to injury” is a common English idiom. It means to make a bad situation worse. This phrase is usually used as part of a sentence. Here are three example sentences for your reference. “They told me I didn’t have enough experience, and to add insult to […]

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