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a week from next TuesdayForever.Rate it:

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a week from next TuesdaySome unspecified time in the future.Rate it:

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a week is a long time in politicsIn politics, a lot of change can happen in a short space of time.Rate it:

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hell weekThe week during which new members are required to undergo undignified rites of initiation or gruelling discipline in order to be accepted into a fraternity, sorority, secret society, military group, etc.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOrdinary or mundane.Rate it:

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on a cloudy day i saw a rainbow, on the day i saw you , you gave a stormOn better days there's a plot of getting ahead than on a bad day.Rate it:

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day after dayFor an indefinite number of days.Rate it:

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day in, day outEvery day; daily; constantly or continuously; especially, of something that has become routine or monotonous.Rate it:

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day-to-dayHappening every day.Rate it:

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day-to-daySubject to daily redetermination.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOn a daily basis.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOrdinary, monotonous routine; that which is usual or mundane.Rate it:

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every day is a school dayYou learn something new every day.Rate it:

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not give someone the time of dayTo ignore someone deliberately; to refuse to talk or pay attention to someone.Rate it:

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waste not, want notIf one is not wasteful then one will not be needy.Rate it:

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household nameA genericized trademark or anepronym.Rate it:

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name and shameSo as to single them out for individual blame and censure.Rate it:

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bad nameUsed other than as an idiom: see bad, name.Rate it:

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bad nameLack of reverence or esteem. Poor reputation.Rate it:

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big nameA widely-known reputation, especially one that is favorable.Rate it:

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big nameA prominent individual, especially one who is favorably regarded.Rate it:

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common nameUsed other than as an idiom: see common, name.Rate it:

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common nameThe name by which a species is known to the general public, rather than its taxonomic or scientific name.Rate it:

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have one's name on itTo be reserved for someone.Rate it:

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have one's name takenTo receive a yellow cardRate it:

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household nameA brand name that is well known to the great majority of households.Rate it:

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household nameA very well-known public figure.Rate it:

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in heaven's nameAn intensifier used with questions.Rate it:

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letters after one's nameA list of abbreviations, separated by commas, representing the academic qualifications and civil or military honours achieved by a person.Rate it:

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make a name for oneselfTo gain fame.Rate it:

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name namesTo identify specific people, especially people involved in confidential activity, misdeeds, or crimes.Rate it:

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name of the gameThe essential element (needed to reach the principal goal or objective); the overall purpose.Rate it:

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pen nameauthor's pseudonymRate it:

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pen namenom de plumeRate it:

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porn star nameUsed other than as an idiom. the name taken by an adult film performer.Rate it:

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porn star namea comical name for a person, typically made from the name of their first pet and the name of the first street they lived on.Rate it:

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put one's name in the hatTo run in an election or to nominate oneself for consideration in some other selection process; to nominate someone other than oneself for such consideration.Rate it:

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the name of the gameThe overall purpose; the principal goal, or objective.Rate it:

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what in god's nameUsed to add emphasis to "what" when beginning question.Rate it:

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why in god's nameUsed to add emphasis to "why" when beginning question.Rate it:

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you name itUsed after a short list to show that further examples are unnecessary; all kinds of things.Rate it:

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the doctor always err's on the side of caution.It means to make sure of, or to make the most ofRate it:

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a cold day in hellAn event that will never happen.Rate it:

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quit your day dreaming!Pay Attention To What YOU Are Doing!Rate it:

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rainy dayA difficult period of need, when things do not go right.Rate it:

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stop an eight-day clock and throw it into reverseBefore batteries and household electricity were used to power clocks, most clocks had to be wound by hand to keep operating. Eight-day clocks were designed so they only had to be wound every eighth day and the movement only turned in a clockwise direction. Therefore, someone with an appearance objectionable enough to stop the clock and send the movement spinning in the wrong and opposite direction would be ugly indeed.Rate it:

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a day late and a dollar shortAction that was taken too late and too feeble to be of any use.Rate it:

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another day, another dollaran expression recognizing a balance in life, normalcy, and routinenessRate it:

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give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetimeIt is more worthwhile to teach someone to do something than to do it for them.Rate it:

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a day late and a dollar shortCome into the picture minus some necessary fundamental factors or entities.Rate it:

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