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put two and two togetherTo figure out; to deduce or discern.Rate it:

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wouldn't give two hoots n a holler / ... two hoots and a hollerdefinition: it isn't worth much, or I wouldn't put much stock in it - it is not believable, or wouldn't pay attention to it.Rate it:

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when two sundays come together"When two Sundays come together/ meet" is used to talk about a situation that never occurs as two Sundays can never meet.Rate it:

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doesn't have two nickels to rub togetherReference an individual whom from all evidence and appearances is badly bent and broken relative to personal finances.Rate it:

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two pennies to rub togetherA minimal amount of money to live on; any money at all.Rate it:

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put one's hands togetherTo clap; to applaud.Rate it:

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put togetherTo assemble, construct, or build.Rate it:

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put your hands togetherClap; applaud.Rate it:

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two for twoIn baseball, meeting two out of two attempts at-bat. Specifically, it means the batter has reached base safely two out of two times.Rate it:

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two for twoSuccessful at both of two efforts.Rate it:

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Appendix:Snowclones/X, Y, and Z—pick any twoIntroduces three desirable qualities or resources that a person, company or project can not have simultaneously; they will lack one of the three options.Rate it:

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six and two threesTwo equivalent choices or situations.Rate it:

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two lamps burning and no ship at seaSaid of an unwisely or overly extravagant person.Rate it:

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put that in your pipe and smoke itUsed after stating something surprising or undesired, to emphasize its truth. Also used after refuting an argument. Sometimes an adjective is inserted before pipe.Rate it:

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put that in your pipe and smoke it!"Consider That Possibility For A Time"Rate it:

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ridden hard and put away wetMistreated; not properly cared for.Rate it:

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band togetherform a groupRate it:

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pull togetherTo unite for a common objective.Rate it:

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knock togetherTo assemble something quickly; to knock up.Rate it:

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fall togetherTo contract.Rate it:

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lump togetherTo put different items or groups together and treat them, or think of them as one single group.Rate it:

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pull oneself togetherTo become mentally focused after a period of being unfocused.Rate it:

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scrape togetherTo collect, assemble or gather small amounts , from various sources, with some difficulty.Rate it:

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birds of a feather flock togetherPeople of similar character, background, or taste tend to congregate or associate with one another.Rate it:

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birds of the feather flock togetherPeople who are alike physically tend to congregate and socialize together, despite government efforts at forced integration.Rate it:

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bring togetherTo cause people to do something together; to bring about togetherness.Rate it:

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bunk togetherTo share a sleeping arrangement, such as a bed, bedroom or stack of bunk beds.Rate it:

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call togetherTo request that assemble; to gather for a meeting.Rate it:

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cement togetherTo combine permanently, as with cement.Rate it:

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club togetherTo contribute money jointly with others.Rate it:

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cobble togetherTo put together without adequate preparation or equipment; to improvise minimally usable.Rate it:

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come togetherTo assemble, to congregate.Rate it:

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come togetherTo harmonize socially; to come to an amicable agreement; to ally or band together.Rate it:

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come togetherUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: to come together. To meet. To arrive at a destination with someone after having travelled there with each other. To achieve orgasm at the same time.Rate it:

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crash togetherUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see crash,‎ together.Rate it:

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crash togetherTo bang objects together with enough force to generate a loud noise.Rate it:

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crash togetherTo cause objects to collide with great force.Rate it:

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crowd togetherTo push into an excessively small space; to pack tightly.Rate it:

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draw togetherTo cause to seek emotional support from each other; to cause to pull together or come together.Rate it:

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fit togetherTo put the appropriate parts of into a whole; to combine pieces that go together to create a finished object.Rate it:

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fit togetherTo be able to be assembled in this way.Rate it:

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flock togetherTo come together in large numbers, like a flock; to join with others who are similar to oneself.Rate it:

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get one's act togetherTo become serious, organized, worthwhile, etc.Rate it:

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get togetherUsed other than as an idiom: see get, together.Rate it:

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get togetherto meet, to gather together, to congregateRate it:

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get togetherto accumulate, to gatherRate it:

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get togetherto agreeRate it:

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get togetherTo start dating; to start being a couple.Rate it:

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get your sh-t together!Collect Your Thoughts, Get The Tools, Get Prepared, Gird Your Loins, Be Fully Focused, Be Wide Awake, Be Guarded Expect About Anything, Be Sharp.Rate it:

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getting it all togetherResearch your plan thoroughly, seek expert advice, launch trial balloons, rehearse your presentation, edit and firm it for final presentation.Rate it:

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