Is there an idiom such as "it must be the pizza" ? If so, does that mean something other than what it is ? very much Appreciated, : )
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closed as not a real question by waiwai933♦ Jan 3 '13 at 7:26
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“It must be the pizza” is not idiomatic, that is, its meaning is not “illogical or separate from the meanings of its component words”. However, as already suggested in a comment, the meaning is context dependent. For example, if the doorbell rings and Alice says, “It must be the pizza”, then Bob will understand that she means a pizza has been ordered and has arrived and he has to pay for it.