a bite at the cherry






a bite at the cherry

an attempt or chance to do something

This phrase is often used in the negative to express the idea that you will not get a second chance (a second bite at the cherry). If you take two attempts to do something, especially some quite small task, this is taking two bites at the (same) cherry or another bite at the cherry.


Related Idioms :


a bowl of cherries

a very pleasant or enjoyable situation or experience



the cherry on the cake

a desirable feature perceived as the finishing touch to something that is already inviting or worth having



pop her cherry

to take away a girl's virginity

to break her intact cherry




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