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An idiom may be defined as a word or group of words whose meaning cannot be understood from a literal interpretation of each word.
This idiom is "a piece of cake".
No, we do not do any of these things with an idiom. We can see that a literal interpretation of each word does not give us the true meaning of this idiom.
This is a piece of cake. = This is easy.