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The example sentences of CLOUD ON THE HORIZON in videos (1 in total of 1)

over preposition or subordinating conjunction them personal pronoun or coordinating conjunction a determiner cloud noun, singular or mass on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner horizon noun, singular or mass , because preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present what wh-pronoun bring verb, non-3rd person singular present variety noun, singular or mass , beauty noun, singular or mass , drama noun, singular or mass
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English idiom

What does "cloud on the horizon" mean?
"cloud on the horizon" is an English idiom. Meaning "An omen that something bad or problematic will happen in the near future."

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do justice to

To treat adequately, fairly, or with full appreciation:

To treat adequately, fairly, or with full appreciation:

in the round

Visible from all sides, as in . This expression, which dates from about 1800 ...

Visible from all sides, as in . This expression, which dates from about 1800, was at first used for a free-standing piece of sculpture (as opposed to a relief on a wall), and a century later for a theatrical stage (called theater-in-the-round) so placed that the audience could see a performance from all sides. Since the 1920s it has also been used figuratively for someone or something seen three-dimensionally, as in the example.

bite the hand that feeds

To scorn or poorly treat those on whom you depend or derive benefit.

To scorn or poorly treat those on whom you depend or derive benefit.

a good job

a fortunate fact or circumstance.

a fortunate fact or circumstance.

on report

Being monitored and subject to possible disciplinary punishment should one's ...

Being monitored and subject to possible disciplinary punishment should one's behavior not meet a required standard. Typically occurs as a result of an initial offence. Primarily heard in UK.

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