Lock, Stock, and Barrel
Synonymous with expressions like the whole enchilada or the whole shebang, the English idiom lock, stock and barrel means ❛absolutely everything❜. For example:
Luigi lost everything that he owned - lock, stock and barrel - during the financial crisis.
When you want to emphasize that you are talking about ❛every single thing❜, as in the sentence with Luigi above, you can use the English idiom lock, stock and barrel. What English idiom, on the other hand, could you use to refer to ❛nothing❜?
Which of the following English expressions means ❛nothing❜?
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