A Rotten Egg

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Meaning:

The idiom “a rotten egg” is used to describe a person who is unpleasant, dishonest, or unreliable. It is often used to refer to someone who has a bad influence on others or someone who causes trouble or disruption.

Example:

  • I don’t trust him, he’s a rotten egg.
  • She’s always causing problems and stirring up trouble. She’s a real rotten egg.
  • Don’t let him be part of the project, he’s a rotten egg who will ruin everything.

I hope that helps! Let me know if you have another idiom you’d like me to work on.

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