Born With a Silver Spoon in Your Mouth

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Born in a family or environment that is rich, comfortable and luxuriant


  • According to its typical meaning, a spoon made of silver is expensive and having that collection signifies importance and wealth. In different traditions people gift a spoon made of silver to the new born. It means that a child has all the best right from his start. This phrase was practically used by a Spanish writer, Cervantes for the first time in 16th century. Now this term is used in different manners and forms of context to signify wealth and comfort.

Your friend smith can afford all the latest and expensive gadgets, as he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.

Submitted on February 25, 2019


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