Search results for d'orsay, count

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almost doesn't countNear success (or correctness) is not deemed success (or correctness).Rate it:

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no-countOf no value.Rate it:

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count onTo rely upon, trust, or expect.Rate it:

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count on one handThe seeming low number of occasions when this particular problem was not automatically resolved.Rate it:

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count one's blessingsTo focus one's attention on the circumstances of one's life which are pleasant or fortunate, especially with the intention of diverting one's thoughts from serious or disagreeable matters.Rate it:

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count sheepTo attempt to go to sleep by thinking of something boring, traditionally by counting imaginary sheep.Rate it:

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don't count your chickens before they're hatchedYou should not count on something before it happens.Rate it:

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down for the countDecisively beaten; rendered irrelevant for the long term.Rate it:

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cash upto count the money taken by a business at the end of the day.Rate it:

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don't cross your bridge until you arrive at the river!Your reminder George, was very wise: You advised that I not count my money regarding sale of wheelbarrows until we were down to ten count out of the one hundred previously in the stockroomLRate it:

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full of himself/herself:The self-centered individual awash with a smattering of 'ego' expresses an 'all-knowing', 'all familiar', par excellence in the extreme:Rate it:

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lay an eggThe act or performance which is substandard in one's capability. An act or performance which is substandard or below the typical level of one's usual production or output: An act, production or presentation of a noxious, negative, repulsive, boorish nature:Rate it:

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reckon onTo count on or depend on.Rate it:

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reckon uponTo count upon or depend upon.Rate it:

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set offTo count an addition in one thing against a reduction in something else.Rate it:

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you can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pigYou can try to change something or one's outward appearance, but it will not change the inward appearance. Even if you put lipstick on a pig, it will always roll in mud and grunt.Rate it:

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