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play the same tapeTo repeat exactly what one previously said or did.Rate it:

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same old same oldA familiar, uninteresting, or tedious situation, activity, narrative, or set of facts.Rate it:

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tape offTo cordon.Rate it:

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cut red tapeTo reduce bureaucracy.Rate it:

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red tapeA derisive term for regulations or bureaucratic procedures that are considered excessive or excessively time- and effort-consuming.Rate it:

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same to youI wish to you what you have just wished to me.Rate it:

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all the sameAnyway; nevertheless; nonetheless.Rate it:

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by the same tokenFor a similar reason; in a similar manner; similarly; likewise; along the same lines.Rate it:

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cut from the same clothVery similar; possessing many of the same fundamental characteristics.Rate it:

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if it's all the sameIf it makes no difference; if nobody minds; if it doesn't bother anyone.Rate it:

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in the same boatIn the same situation or predicament; having the same problems.Rate it:

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in the same breathSaid or done almost simultaneously, in one sequence.Rate it:

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just the sameAnyway; despite.Rate it:

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lightning never strikes twice in the same placeA lucky or unusual event is unlikely to occur again in the same way.Rate it:

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of the same stripeOf the same kind; having the same opinion or viewpoint.Rate it:

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on the same pageThinking Alike, On the same subject, On the same trackRate it:

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

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one and the sameThe same person or thing. Used to emphasize the identity or equivalence of two things.Rate it:

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same differenceIt makes no difference; it amounts to the same thing.Rate it:

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same old storyWhat usually happens, a happening which is not surprising.Rate it:

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sing from the same hymnbookTo make the same or similar statements, especially to express the same opinions in public as a result of a prior agreement.Rate it:

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sing off the same hymn sheetTo be in agreement, to coordinate answers.Rate it:

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singing from the same hymnbookPresent participle of sing from the same hymnbook.Rate it:

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sleep under the same bridgea critique of a law where circumstances are ignored.Rate it:

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sleep under the same bridgeTo be formally, but not actually, equal under the law.Rate it:

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tar with the same brushTo characterize using the same undesirable attribute, especially unjustly.Rate it:

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the more things change, the more they stay the sameA proverb making the observation that turbulent changes do not affect reality on a deeper level other than to cement the status quo.Rate it:

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two sides of the same coinIndicates that two things are directly relatedRate it:

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walk and chew gum at the same timeTo do something very easy.Rate it:

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play aroundTo behave in a silly, or childish, or irresponsible way.Rate it:

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play downTo make or attempt to make something seem less important, likely, or obvious.Rate it:

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play upTo make or attempt to make something appear more important, likely or obvious; to showcase or highlight.Rate it:

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play upTo misbehave.Rate it:

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play alongTo take part in a charade, deception, or practical joke.Rate it:

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play aroundTo engage in sexual practices outside of marriage.Rate it:

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play by earTo play guided by one's memory of the sound, rather than from a written score.Rate it:

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play old harryBlenkiron and I have been moving in the best circles as skilled American engineers who are going to play Old Harry with the British on the Tigris. — John Buchan, "Greenmantle", 1916..Rate it:

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play the race cardMark Fuhrman, Murder in Brentwood p.153.Rate it:

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against the run of playContrary to the flow of the game.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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child's playSomething particularly simple or easy.Rate it:

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close of playThe end of a day's playRate it:

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close of playThe end of the final game (not to be confused with set or match) during a day at the All England Tennis Championships (Wimbledon)Rate it:

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close of playThe end of the working dayRate it:

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grandstand playA successful play or other manoeuvre during a sporting competition in which one or more players shows off unnecessarily in order to entertain or impress the spectators.Rate it:

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hold-up playA play where an attacker retains possession of the ball, while the teammates can move up the field.Rate it:

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if there's grass on the pitch, play ballOnce someone has grown pubic hair or started puberty, they are sexually accessible.Rate it:

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party and playUsed other than as an idiom: see party, play.Rate it:

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party and playMarked by the use of drugs and the absence of sexual inhibitions.Rate it:

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play aroundTo work with in a non-serious manner.Rate it:

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