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round outTo make more complete by adding details.Rate it:

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fill inTo complete a form or questionnaire with requested information.Rate it:

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somewhat of a surpriseNot a complete surpriseRate it:

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square awayTo finish, complete, tidy or put in order.Rate it:

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a lifestyle overhaula complete revision of one's way of livingRate it:

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knock outTo complete, especially in haste; knock off.Rate it:

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round offTo complete or finish something.Rate it:

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tie upTo complete, finish, or resolve.Rate it:

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about turnA complete change of opinion, direction, etc.Rate it:

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all overDone; finished; complete.Rate it:

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all over but the shoutingThe substance of the contest is complete, leaving only the cheering.Rate it:

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all the timeAlways; constantly; for the complete duration.Rate it:

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bag of tricksA collection of items, especially as constituting a very complete set of such items.Rate it:

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beat the clockTo perform a task or successfully complete an activity within a time limit.Rate it:

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been there, done that, bought the t-shirtExpresses the speaker's complete familiarity with a situation, with overtones of cynicism or exhaustion.Rate it:

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big fatComplete, utter, total.Rate it:

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box the compassTo make a complete reversal in stance or opinion.Rate it:

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break a sweat , Karon Karter - The Complete Idiots Guide to the Pilates Method page 119.Rate it:

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cap it all offTo finish or complete something.Rate it:

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cold turkeyThe sudden and complete withdrawal of a dependent substance, especially of a drug.Rate it:

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come full circleTo complete a cycle of transition, returning to the point of origin.Rate it:

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come full circleTo make a complete change or reform.Rate it:

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cross offTo finish; to mark something as complete.Rate it:

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cut cornersTo do a less than thorough or complete job; to do something poorly or take short cuts.Rate it:

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darn tootinAbsolute, utter, complete, very.Rate it:

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darn tootin'Absolute, utter, complete, very.Rate it:

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deadFull and complete.Rate it:

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debris fieldAny area, non-dependent of locale, space, or contour, that contains the debris of wreckage, impact, sinking, or other material that once constituted a complete object. Debris fields can be found at the site of air crashes, water vessel sinking, explosions of buildings, collapses, and other events that render a whole entity into components, pieces, or other non-whole items.Rate it:

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fall into placeTo assume a clear and complete form when separate elements come together; to be realised.Rate it:

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fill in the blankTo answer or complete a fill in the blank.Rate it:

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fill in the blankTo complete the interruption, ambiguity or vagueness in understanding, perception or context of a situation.Rate it:

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flesh outTo complete; to create details from a basic outline, structure or skeleton.Rate it:

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follow outTo finish; to complete, especially, of a commitment.Rate it:

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follow throughTo finish; to complete, especially, of a commitment.Rate it:

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from a to zCovering a complete range; comprehensively.Rate it:

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full marksTo exclaim complete satisfaction with someone's efforts.Rate it:

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garbage in, garbage out(computing, information technology) If input data is not complete, accurate, and timely, then the resulting output is unreliable and of no useful value.1963, Raymond Crowley, "Robot Tax Collector Seeks Indications of 'Fudging'," Times Daily (Alabama, USA), 1 April (retrieved 26 July 2010):Officials explained that the quality of the computer's work depends on the quality of the data fed into it. Neil Hoke, administrative assistant to Stewart, quoted an adage of computer men: "Garbage in, garbage out."2008, Roger K. Lewis, "'In Architectural Design, Brains and Talent Trump the Best Software," Washington Post, 19 July (retrieved 26 July 2010):The old caveat "GIGO"Rate it:

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get by the ballsTo have complete control over someone, especially of a woman abusing a man's infatuation with her.Rate it:

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get offTo complete a shift or a day's work.Rate it:

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hold upTo fulfil / fulfill or complete one's part of an agreement.Rate it:

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I'll be a monkey's uncle(often preceded by well) expressing complete surprise or disbeliefRate it:

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in orderComplete, finished.Rate it:

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loose endA small job that needs to be done, or minor problem that needs to be resolved, before a task can be considered complete.Rate it:

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on the same wavelengthIn rapport or complete accord.Rate it:

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out-and-outComplete, utter.Rate it:

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payback's a bitchUsually a complete sentence as an interjection: I am amused that someone got their revenge on you...but you certainly had it coming.Rate it:

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payback's a bitchUsually a complete sentence: I will get revenge when you least expect it.Rate it:

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rack and ruinComplete destructionRate it:

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real timeThe time duration required by a computer system to complete a particular taskRate it:

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soup-to-nutsComprehensive; complete; covering all of something.Rate it:

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