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110 phrases found for the topic Expressions



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Phrase: To the letter

Meaning: Do something exactly as it was expected or ordered: He said that he was not responsible for what had happened, as he had only followed his superior's orders to the letter

Date: 2015-02-20 23:34:42

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Phrase: Holy cow (crap...)!

Meaning: Used to express surprise:
Holy cow! This house is amazing!
Holy shit! What have you done?

Date: 2015-02-17 23:41:07

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Phrase: From start to finish

Meaning: That is, the whole process/thing: I saw the film from start to finish

Date: 2015-02-17 23:34:50

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Phrase: A (heavy) cross to bear

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Phrase: A blessing in disguise

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Phrase: A boon and a blessing

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Phrase: A labour of love

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Phrase: A live wire

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Phrase: A make-or-break situation

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Phrase: A new lease of / on life

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Phrase: A prophet of doom (or disaster)

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Phrase: A thorn in your side

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Phrase: A turn of phrase

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Phrase: A walk of life

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Phrase: All and sundry

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Phrase: All of a sudden

Meaning: Suddenly: We were sitting around a fire when all of a sudden it started to rain cats and dogs, and we had to get in the car.

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Phrase: An exception to the rule

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Phrase: At sixes and sevens

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Phrase: Back to square one

Meaning: Start afresh

Sent by Sarah Long

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Phrase: Be dim-witted

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Phrase: Be miles away

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Phrase: Be out of sorts

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Phrase: Be wishy-washy

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Phrase: Behind closed doors

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Phrase: Beneath contempt

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