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i'm in a real pickle now!Personal Realization That One Is In A Dilemma; In An Awkward Circumstance Or A Baffling Interpersonal Relationship.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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pickleAny vegetable preserved in vinegar and consumed as relish.Rate it:

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pickleA children’s game with three participants that emulates a baseball rundown.Rate it:

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pickleA cucumber preserved in a solution, usually a brine or a vinegar syrup.Rate it:

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pickleA difficult situation, peril.Rate it:

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pickleA penis.Rate it:

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pickleA rundown.Rate it:

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pickleAn affectionate term for a loved one.Rate it:

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pickleThe brine used for preserving food.Rate it:

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here and nowimmediatelyRate it:

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in the here and nowIn present practice rather than in theory; with the priority of palpably and actually existing.Rate it:

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now and againSometimes; occasionally; intermittently.Rate it:

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now and thenSometimes; occasionally.Rate it:

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now get this!A somewhat stern admonition to: understand this; listen UP!, Pay Attention!Rate it:

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now or neverat this opportunity, or never at allRate it:

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now you mention itThe Jungle Book - Rudyard Kipling.Rate it:

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now you're cookingA phrase, often given in response, meaning that the subject has switched to a more suitable or more efficient approach.Rate it:

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now you're talkingA phrase indicating agreement with a previously stated suggestion to change a course of action.Rate it:

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speak now or forever hold your peaceSay something now or don't say anything at all.Rate it:

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you made your bed, now sleep in itA moralizing rejection said to someone looking for an easy out, especially of a situation they put themselves into.Rate it:

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a real hotdoggerA Reference to an energetic, active or talented person.Rate it:

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a real knock out!A very attractive woman. So deemed because her attractiveness is so stunning that it can (figuratively) knock you out.Rate it:

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are you for real?Statements, actions. Body language, past history create an image of an individual in a particular situation.Rate it:

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keep it realIn the imperative, an exhortation used as a departing salutation.Rate it:

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keep it realTo be authentic, true to oneself; to be cool.Rate it:

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real dealA thing or person which is genuine, authentic, or worthy of serious regard.Rate it:

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real jobA hobby that takes all of a person's free time.Rate it:

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real jobA job that can't be replaced advantageously by a machine or a procedure.Rate it:

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real jobA job which requires the employee to, work regular hours for a consistent wage that often exceeds the provisions of applicable minimum wage legislation. A job that produces a living wage.Rate it:

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real macoyThe genuine thing, neither a substitute nor an imitation.Rate it:

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real mccoyThe genuine thing, neither a substitute nor an imitation.Rate it:

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real mckoyThe genuine thing, neither a substitute nor an imitation.Rate it:

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real men don't eat quiche(aphorism, humorous) The stereotypical man does not do things that are considered effeminate, as to do so would imply they are effeminate.Rate it:

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real superheroUsed other than as an idiom: see real, superhero.Rate it:

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real superheroA crimefighter who imitates common characteristics of superheroes of fiction, typically by at least wearing colorful spandex clothes and a mask.Rate it:

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real timeUsed other than as an idiom: see real, time.Rate it:

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

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she's a real fucktressShe acts elegant, but intentionally brings ruin to those unsuspecting minions that worship her.Rate it:

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all fur coat and no knickersOf superficial appearance and with no real substance beneath.Rate it:

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doubting debbiesomeone who always see's the negativeRate it:

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hic rhodus, hic salta(politics) Prove what you can do, here and now.Rate it:

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she would rip a dog off a gut wagonA gut wagon was a horse drawn wagon that was used for collecting butcher's scraps for further processing. The wagons were often followed by determined and persistent dogs intent on eating the contents of the wagon. It took a great deal of effort to keep these dogs away from or off the wagon. A person's appearance ugly or objectionable enough to discourage or scare the dogs from the gut wagon would be ugly indeed.Rate it:

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read to filth (or) read for filthBasically to scold, or to get called out on something; to reprimand, to degrade, to cuss out, to correct, to set them straight, to tell them what's what & who's who.Rate it:

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come byTo obtain; to get, now especially by chance or involuntarily.Rate it:

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been there, done thatAn assertion that the speaker has personal experience or knowledge of a particular place or topic and is now bored.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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a leopard cannot change its spotsOne cannot change one's own nature.1597, William Shakespeare, Richard II Act i, Scene 1 (First Folio):King. Lyons make Leopards tame.Mowbray. Yea but not change his ?pots.1611, King James Version of the Bible, Jeremiah 13:23:Can the Ethiopian change his skin, or the leopard his spots?1820, Walter Scott, Ivanhoe Chapter 32:End now all unkindness. Let us put the Jew to ransom, since the leopard will not change his spots, and a Jew he will continue to be.1918, Johnston McCulley, Thubway Tham's Inthane Moment:The leopard cannot change his spots, old boy.Rate it:

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after allIn the end; anyway; referring to something that was believed to be the case, but has now been shown not to be.Rate it:

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all mouth and no trousersSuperficial, engaging in empty, boastful talk, but not of real substance.Rate it:

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