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simple EnglishUsed other than as an idiom: see simple, English.Rate it:

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simple EnglishConstructed language created by Charles Kay Ogden which only contains a small number of wordsRate it:

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simple EnglishControlled language originally developed for aerospace industry maintenance manualsRate it:

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pure and simplePlain and unadorned.Rate it:

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as English as apple pieHaving characteristics considered quintessential to English or British life.Rate it:

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body EnglishA body motion made to coax an object already propelled go in a desired direction. For example, a nervous leaning or twisting movement while playing sports such as golf or bowling, to "persuade" the ball to go in a desired direction.Rate it:

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full englishA cooked breakfast consisting of bacon and eggs, and other foods.Rate it:

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balls upThird-person singular simple present indicative form of ball up.Rate it:

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no frillsBasic or simple; providing only what is necessary, without anything extra or fancy.Rate it:

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piece of cakeA job, task or other activity that is easy or simple to do.Rate it:

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magic bulletA simple remedy to a difficult or complex problem, especially a cure for a disease.Rate it:

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Bob's your uncle"No problem", "the solution is simple", "there you have it", you have what you want, all will be well; indicates a desirable conclusion has been reached.Rate it:

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bought the farmSimple past tense and past participle of buy the farm: died; often refers to death in battle.Rate it:

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cakes and aleThe simple material pleasures of life.Rate it:

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cakewalkSomething that is easy or simple, or that does not present a great challenge.Rate it:

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child's playSomething particularly simple or easy.Rate it:

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clear cutStraightforward, obvious, simple, or basic.Rate it:

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cookedsimple past tense and past participle of cookRate it:

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cut and driedSimple, straightforward, clear, or certain.Rate it:

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done a bunkSimple past tense and past participle of do a bunk.Rate it:

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double talkSpeaking in a mixture of real English and English-sounding gibberish, for humorous effect.Rate it:

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dumb downTo convey some subject matter in simple terms, avoiding technical or academic language, especially in a way that is considered condescending.Rate it:

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Dutch reckoningUsed other than as an idiom. as reckoned by the Dutch: five o'clock by the Dutch reckoning would be five o'clock in the Dutch rather than, e.g., a Canadian time zone; for example, 1 March 1625 in the Dutch reckoning was, in the English reckoning of the time, 19 February 1624(?).Rate it:

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dyed in the woolSimple past tense and past participle of dye in the wool.Rate it:

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east angliaenglish regionRate it:

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east sussexenglish countyRate it:

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employ a steam engine to crack a nutto do a simple task in an overcomplicated manner.Rate it:

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eyeball itView. Assess, Access, Do It!; Attempt an Action in A Simple, Un-Conventional MannerRate it:

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fry upFull English breakfast.Rate it:

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fucked oversimple past tense and past participle of fuck someone overRate it:

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fucked upsimple past tense and past participle of fuck upRate it:

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gesutoJapanese - ゲスト (gesuto) in english means guest.Rate it:

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going at itthird-person singular simple present indicative form of go at itRate it:

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in layman's termsExplaining something in simple words.Rate it:

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mouthed offsimple past tense and past participle of mouth offRate it:

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nothing to itEasy; simple or straightforward.Rate it:

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paid upsimple past tense and past participle of pay upRate it:

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peed offSimple past tense and past participle of pee off.Rate it:

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purely and simplyIn a pure and simple manner.Rate it:

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random numberA number allotted randomly using suitable generator (electronic machine or as simple "generator" as die).Rate it:

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saintedSimple past tense and past participle of saint.Rate it:

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say cheeseUsed imperatively to elicit a smile from someone for a photograph by their saying "cheese" (the vowel of which, when pronounced as is usual in English, forces a somewhat smile-shaped mouth).Rate it:

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schoolboy errorA fundamental, simple mistake.Rate it:

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screwed upsimple past tense and past participle of screw upRate it:

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set downSimple sum of parts set + down, to place, especially on the ground or a surface; to cease carrying.Rate it:

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shacked upSimple past tense and past participle of shack up.Rate it:

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skeleton crewThe minimum number of personnel needed to operate and maintain an item at its most simple operating requirements, such as a ship or business, during an emergency or shut down, and at the same time, to keep vital functions operating.Rate it:

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third personthe form of a verb used when the subject of a sentence is not the audience or the one making the statement. In English, pronouns used with the third person include he, she, it, one, they, and who.Rate it:

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tickled pinkSimple past tense and past participle of tickle pink.Rate it:

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to bootSome variations in usage remain archaic. Old English, Middle English: to help, in addition.Rate it:

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