Idiom of the Week: Once in a Blue Moon

Meaning: Very rarely.

Examples:

His apartment is always filthy. He cleans it once in a blue moon.

I’m trying to save money, so I only go out to eat at a restaurant once in a blue moon.

A: “How often do you go back to your hometown?”   B: “Once in a blue moon.”

Pop Quiz:

Somebody says, “I cook once in a blue moon.” What do they mean?

A.  They cook once a week.

B.  They cook once a month.

C.  They cook once a year.

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue reading”:

The correct answer is C. Once in a blue moon means very rarely, so C is the best answer.

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2 thoughts on “Idiom of the Week: Once in a Blue Moon

  1. ywyuetwong@gmail.com says:

    when the lottery have a big prize.I’ll buy it once a blue moon.

  2. betty says:

    Even though I miss my country, but I go back once in a blue moon.

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