Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) overwhelming or total
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a landslide victory
A landslide can refer to a collapse of rock or earth from a mountain or cliff. "Three people were badly injured in a landslide in the Dolomites today."A 'landslide' is also an overwhelming amount of votes for an individual or a party in an election. "The green party won in a landslide vote."
Professional Examples (Advance)
The election results are in. You won by a huge margin.It was a landslide victory!
The amendment to the constitution was passed,in what is being called a landslidefor its supporters.
Social Examples (Advance)
We won the match 5-1 it was a landslide!
A barrier was built to preventlandslides on the edge of the cliffs.
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