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send wordTo give notification; to inform, especially through a message.Rate it:

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word for wordusing exactly the same words, verbatimRate it:

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you get more with a kind word and a gun than you do with a kind word aloneIt is advantageous not to rely solely on being nice.Rate it:

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word-for-wordUsing exactly the same words (as were originally used).Rate it:

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send upTo make prices or temperatures etc. rise.Rate it:

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send awayTo dismiss from one's presence.Rate it:

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send awayTo send to a particular place for a long time, as a family member, an employee, etc.Rate it:

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send away forTo write to a business or other organisation, requesting a thing.Rate it:

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send offdismiss from playRate it:

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send shivers down someone's spineTo terrify; to make someone feel extremely nervous.Rate it:

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send somebody packingTo expel or eject somebody; to chase off or force out.Rate it:

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send someone packingTo expel, eject, or dismiss someone; to send away, chase off, or force out.Rate it:

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send someone to the showersTo remove a player from a particular team competition before the conclusion of the event, especially because that player's contribution on this occasion has been below his or her expected level of performance.Rate it:

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send someone to the showersTo remove or expel someone from a job, position, or activity, especially because of poor behavior or performance.Rate it:

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send to coventryTo ostracize, or systematically ignore someone.Rate it:

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send upTo be put in prison.Rate it:

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send upTo imitate someone or something for the purpose of satirical humour.Rate it:

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send upparodyRate it:

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good as one's wordFaithful to a promise one has made.Rate it:

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able to get a word in edgewiseAble to participate in the conversation; able to interrupt another person's monologue.Rate it:

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as good as one's wordFaithful to a promise one has made.Rate it:

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bad wordA vulgar word.Rate it:

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breathe a wordto divulge a secret (usually used with a negative)Rate it:

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dirty wordA word that is considered vulgar, not necessarily sexual in nature.Rate it:

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dirty wordThe name of a topic that a person does not like to hear or discuss.Rate it:

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from the word goFrom the very beginning; from the outset; immediately upon starting.Rate it:

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get a word in edgewaysAlternative form of get a word in edgewise.Rate it:

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get a word in edgewiseTo break into or participate in a conversation.Rate it:

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hang on every wordTo be completely attentive to what another person is saying.Rate it:

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have a wordTo speak to someone in private, often with a negative implication.Rate it:

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have a word withTo talk or speak with.Rate it:

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have a word with oneselfTo think about one's attitudes or behaviour with a view to reform.Rate it:

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last wordA final decision, or the right to make such a decision.Rate it:

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last wordThe final statement uttered by a person before death.Rate it:

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last wordThe finest, highest, or ultimate representative of some class of objects.Rate it:

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loaded wordAny word, set phrase or idiom that has strong positive or negative connotations beyond their ordinary definition.Rate it:

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man of one's wordSomeone who sticks to their promisesRate it:

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mum's the wordThe accompanying facts are a secret, not to be divulged.Rate it:

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my word(dated, US, Canada) An expression of surprise.Rate it:

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my word(dated, US, Canada) Indeed.Rate it:

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never breathed a wordKeep secrets, never give away any sense of the situation.Rate it:

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not be able to get a word in edgewaysTo be unable to say a single word because of someone else's talkativeness.Rate it:

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one's word is lawRequests or orders of (a person) should definitely be fulfilled.Rate it:

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spoken wordAn oral art form, usually consisting of performance poetry, although sometimes overlapping with storytelling or rap.Rate it:

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spoken wordUsed other than as an idiom: see spoken, word.Rate it:

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take somebody's word for itTo believe what somebody tells one.Rate it:

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unspoken wordA great and viable factor, a venerable background, solid financial condition. Long and successful business history.Rate it:

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word of mouthVerbal means of passing of information.Rate it:

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word on the streetThe rumour or news going around on the street.Rate it:

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word on the wireThe rumour or news going around on the Internet, in business, on the street, or in social circles.Rate it:

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