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calling cardA prepaid card or credit card, usually electronically readable, used to pay the charges when making a telephone call.
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calling cardA small printed card which identifies the bearer, traditionally presented for introduction when making a social visit to a home or when attending a formal social event or business meeting.
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calling cardAn attribute, object, or behavior which is distinctly characteristic of someone or something.
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calling cardExcrement, especially of a domestic animal.
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pot calling the kettle blackA situation in which somebody comments on or accuses someone else of a fault which the accuser shares.
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drop backOf a quarterback or other player in the backfield, to take a number of steps back from the line of scrimmage immediately after the snap or hike of the ball, to avoid defenders.
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drop offTo lessen or reduce.
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drop offTo fall.
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acid dropboiled sweet
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drop a bollockTo make a mistake.
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drop a bombTo announce surprising or alarming information suddenly and without warning.
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drop a bombTo release faeces from the bowels; to excrete.
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drop a dimeTo make a phone call, usually means calling the police to report another's activities.
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drop a hintTo reveal a clue or hint about something.
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drop a lineA note or telegram.
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drop a lineOn the telephone.
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drop in. Often hyphenated drop-in.
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drop inOne who arrives unannounced or without an appointment.
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drop offTo fall asleep.
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drop offTo deliver; to deposit or leave.
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lemon dropboiled sweet
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drop somebody a lineTo write, call or visit somebody.
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drop the ballTo fail in one's responsibilities or duties, or to make a mistake, especially at a critical point or when the result is very negative.
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drop the glovesTo fight.
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drop the glovesTo remove a prior impediment to action; to prepare for or engage in a dispute.
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drop the writTo call a federal or provincial election.
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drop out of warpDis-engage the cruise control on the car
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a drop in the bucketAn effort or action having very little overall influence, especially as compared to a huge problem.
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a drop in the oceanA drop in the bucket.
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don't drop the soap(idiomatic) Used as a mockery to someone who is about to be or should be confined in prison.
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at the drop of a hatWithout any hesitation; instantly.
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tune in, turn on, drop outPay attention to the new way of living; take drugs; abandon the established ways.
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wait for the other shoe to dropTo await a seemingly inevitable event, especially one which is not desirable.
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so quiet one can hear a pin dropSaid during a lull in a normally bustling place or scene, or as the result of a sudden dramatic or tense moment.
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wait for the other shoe to dropTo defer action or decision until another matter is finished or resolved.
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fall offTo become detached or to drop from.
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throw downTo cause something one is holding to drop, often forcefully.
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put downTo drop someone off, or let them out of a vehicle.
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dripTo fall one drop at a time.
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dripTo put a small amount of a liquid on something, drop by drop.
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fall on one's swordTo commit suicide by allowing one’s body to drop onto the point of one’s sword..
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hang by a threadTo be in danger, calling for precise caution. To be in a precarious situation.
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he who smelt it dealt it(colloquial, originally) A person who calls attention to or complains about a fart is likely trying to pretend it wasn't his or her own.(colloquial, by extension) Used to suggest that a person calling attention to or complaining about a given problem may in fact be the source of the problem.
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heave to and splice the main braceMarlinspike Era sailors expression: relative to his upcoming Liberty Ashore and His Activity; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . He Proclaimed; (See next drop-down box)
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la goutte d'eau qui fait d%c3%a9border le vaseThe drop of water that makes the vase overflow.
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out of characterNot in character; not successfully performing within the mindset of a given character in a theatrical performance. See also break character, drop character.
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