“Break a leg”: idiom meaning.
- Break a leg
- A phrase said to someone to wish him/her good luck. An example situation might be if someone is performing on a stage in a theater and a family member wants to wish this person good luck, saying “Break a leg”.
Other examples of “break a leg” idiom in a sentence
- Break a leg! You’ll be great!
- I just called to say “break a leg”!
- Break a leg! I’ll be watching you.
“Break a leg”: use in context explanation
The happy parents came to see a school play. Every child has a role assigned and their son is going to be a tree. He will not say anything and will not move but his parents are proud the same and his father says “break a leg” to wish him good luck and to make him feel important.