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Meaning of “the icing on the cake” - Learner’s Dictionary

the icing on the cake

something that makes a good situation better: He was delighted to get the article published and the payment was the icing on the cake.Making things betterBecoming better
Translations of “the icing on the cake”
in Chinese (Traditional) 錦上添花之物…
in Russian дополнительное удовольствие…
in Turkish iyileştiren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锦上添花之物…
in Polish dodatkowa zaleta…
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