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Ides of March, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishIdes of March, thethe Ides of MarchˌIdes of ˈMarch, the 🔊 🔊 March 15th, famous for being the day on which Julius Caesar was killed by a group of his former friends because they thought he had too much power. Caesar is supposed to have been warned by a fortune-teller to ‘beware the Ides of March’. People sometimes use this expression when giving a warning.
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