A Dime A Dozen

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Explanation: A dozen means twelve, and a dime is a ten-cent coin, so a dime a dozen literally means twelve costs ten cents. So if something costs a dime a dozen, it is inexpensive or easy to find.

How to use it: [something] is a dime a dozen.

Example: Hot dog carts are a dime a dozen on the streets of NYC.

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