Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is “leave (someone) out in the cold” and its meaning is “to intentionally not include someone in a group or activity; ignore, exclude, neglect, abandon, omit, count out, miss out, dislike”.
Example Sentence: India’s Parliament in September 2020 passed a Social Security Code. The SS Code 2020 merges existing social security laws and attempts to include informal workers within the ambit (limits) of social security administration. However, an examination of the code reveals that universalisation of social security remains an unfulfilled aspiration. A collage (collection/combination) of laws that leaves the worker out in the cold.
This phrase is present in The Hindu article A collage of laws that leaves the worker out in the cold and click here to read it.
Courtesy: The Hindu