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a bit muchMore than is reasonable.Rate it:

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so much asEven; suggests a minimum, especially regarding what might be expected.Rate it:

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as muchLikewise, similarly, in a similar manner.Rate it:

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as muchAlmost, very nearly.Rate it:

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as muchAn emphatic, emphasizing smallness.Rate it:

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as muchUsed other than as an idiom: see as, much.Rate it:

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as much use as a chocolate fireguardUseless; pointless.Rate it:

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as much use as a chocolate teapotThoroughly useless.Rate it:

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much ado about nothingA lot of fuss about something trivial.Rate it:

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much lessLet alone; to say nothing of.Rate it:

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much of a muchnessOf two or more things, having little difference of any significance between them.Rate it:

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not much of anythingVery little; not a lot.Rate it:

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protest too muchTo insist so passionately about something not being true that people suspect the opposite of what one is saying.Rate it:

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so much forAn expression of disregard, or resignation; something said upon giving up, quitting, or disposing of something.Rate it:

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too much bed makes a dull headToo much inactivity makes one less mentally acute.Rate it:

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ache forTo desire, or want something, or someone, very much.Rate it:

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as if there were no tomorrowto an excessive degree, desperately, very quickly or very muchRate it:

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esagerazioneMore than is reasonable; a bit too much.Rate it:

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make an exhibition of oneselfShe had far too much to drink and made an exhibition of herself by flirting with everyone.Rate it:

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run around withTo spend a lot of time with a person or group of people. Often used to talk about a person's group of friends that one does not like much.Rate it:

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go byTo pass, to go past, without much interaction.Rate it:

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hammer outTo come to an agreement after much arguing.Rate it:

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all talk and no actionSpeaking, promising, or boasting much, but doing littleRate it:

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bash outTo write something very quickly, without much thought.Rate it:

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johned upTo write or say something that doesn't make much sense to other people; inside joke.Rate it:

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one who hesitates is lostA person who spends too much time contemplating what to do may miss a valuable but fleeting opportunity.Rate it:

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a good dealVery much; to a great extent; a lot; lots.Rate it:

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a great dealVery much; to a great extent; a lot; lots.Rate it:

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a lotMany things, much.Rate it:

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a lotvery much; a great deal; to a large extent.Rate it:

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absence makes the heart grow fonderWhen someone or something is faraway, you realise how much you love (or miss) them or it.Rate it:

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against the grainUnwillingly, reluctantly. It went much against the grain with him, i.e. it was much against his inclination, or against his pluck.Rate it:

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all work and no play makes jack a dull boyToo much focus on one's career is often viewed unfavorably.Too much hard work and not enough leisure time can be unhealthy.Rate it:

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as all get-outExtremely; to a superlative degree; very much.Rate it:

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as the next girlTo a reasonable degree; as much as a typical person: especially, as much as a typical woman.Rate it:

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as the next guyTo a reasonable degree; as much as a typical person or man.Rate it:

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at a canterWithout much effort; easily.Rate it:

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big mouthThe mouth of someone who talks too much, especially by making exaggerated claims or by inappropriately revealing information.Rate it:

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bigger fish to fryA much more pressing issue to attend to.Rate it:

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bite off more than one can chewTo try to do too much; to take on or attempt more than one is capable of doing.Rate it:

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break the bankTo buy something that costs to much.Rate it:

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cheap as chipsVery cheap, not costing much.Rate it:

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cold comfortMuch less reassurance, consolation, aid, or pleasure than one needs or desires.Rate it:

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cradle robberA person who marries or becomes romantically involved with someone who is much younger or who employs or otherwise engages a young person for a purpose inappropriate for his or her age.Rate it:

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crying shameIt's a crying shame that so much money has been wasted on this pointless political campaign.Rate it:

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don't be penny wise and pound foolishDon't be careful when it comes to spending small amounts of money, but careless when spending much larger amounts.Don't focus on minutiae and lose sight of the big picture; don't obsess over tiny inconsequential efficiencies while glaring inefficiencies are going on elsewhere.Rate it:

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don't knock yourself outDon't overexert yourself (in doing something that does not require much effort).Rate it:

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eat like a pigTo chew noisily, with one's mouth open, or with much greed.Rate it:

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embarrassment of richesAn abundance or overabundance of something; too much of a good thing.Rate it:

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esagerazionea bit muchRate it:

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