“There’s plenty more fish in the sea” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

There’s plenty more fish in the sea 



This idiom means that there are many other people and things that are as good as the one that has proved unsuccessful. 

She thought that she was indispensable. But she was surprised when he fired her saying that there was plenty more fish in the sea.

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