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To Cut a Rug (used as a verb)

Idiom: to cut a rug; used as a verb

First Example:
Brie: I saw you dancing with Deb. You
guys really cut a rug.
Aj: Yeah, we were having a blast.
Brie: I didn’t realize you were such a
great dancer.
Aj: Neither did I! I think Deb is the great dancer, and she
just made me look good!

Meaning: The expression “cut
a rug” means to dance really well,
usually in a very energetic way.  The
expression was most popular in the 1920s, although it is still sometimes used to this


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