Learn English – Idioms "Save for a rainy day."

This week we are going to look at some common English idioms.

Save for a rainy day

Save for a rainy day means to save something, usually money, for a future time when you may need it.
“My car suddenly broke down on Sunday! I need a new car soon but I have been saving for a rainy day so I can afford it.”

A: “Hey Jason, you have lots of money in the bank. Let’s take a vacation to Hawaii!”
B: “That sounds fun, but I’m saving that money for a rainy day. You never when you’ll have an emergency.”
“Are you saving for a rainy day?”

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