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The term nerves of steel has meaning only when it is taken (literally, figuratively, colloquially).
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User: The term nerves of steel has meaning only when it is taken (literally, figuratively, colloquially).

Weegy: The term nerves of steel has meaning only when it is taken figuratively.
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User: "As unpredictable as a day in March" is an expression that is based on a (metaphor, simile, hyperbole).

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As unpredicatble as a day in March is based on metaphor.
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