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lift upTo lighten the mood of someone.Rate it:

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lift a fingerTo make minimal effort; to help as little as possible.Rate it:

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lift upTo elevate to a higher position.Rate it:

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bar flyA person who frequents bars or lounges to get drunk.Rate it:

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bar noneWithout exception; excluding nothing else of the same kind.Rate it:

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bar offto barricade with bars.Rate it:

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bar sinisterA bend sinister or baton sinister in a coat of arms.Rate it:

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bar sinisterThe state or characteristic of having been born out of wedlock; illegitimacy; bastardy.Rate it:

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bar sinisterA state or characteristic which is dishonorable or shameful; a stigma.Rate it:

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bar starA female who frequents bars or lounges, usually late at night.Rate it:

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bar upto fit with bars (e.g. across a window or door)Rate it:

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belly-up to the barFriendly invitation to individual to 'join the group for libation and conversationRate it:

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call to the barAdmission to practice in the courts.Rate it:

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call to the barTo admit (someone) to practice in the courts.Rate it:

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know from a bar of soapTo know; to be acquainted with (a person).Rate it:

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prop up the barTo spend time drinking alcohol at the bar in a pub.Rate it:

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raise the barTo raise standards or expectations, especially by creating something to a higher standard.Rate it:

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Russian barUsed other than as an idiom: see Russian, bar.Rate it:

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Russian barA gymnastics-style beam held by two porters used to do gymnastics-style tricks.Rate it:

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set the barTo set specific standards or expectations.Rate it:

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jack upTo raise, hoist, or lift a thing using a jack, or similar means.Rate it:

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hold upTo support or lift.Rate it:

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hike upTo lift; to tug or pull upwards.Rate it:

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pull upLift upwards or vertically.Rate it:

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run backTo take someone home by car. Give someone a lift to their house.Rate it:

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angle of attackThe angle between the chord line of an airfoil and the airflow over it; one of the determiners of the amount of lift produced by an airfoil.Rate it:

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apr├Ęs-skiA place "after skiing". Typically a bar or pub where people go after a day on the slopes to ease off and meet other people.Rate it:

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bend one's elbowTo drink alcoholic beverages, especially at a public house or bar.Rate it:

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booze canA nightclub or bar, especially one which operates illegally or is otherwise disreputable.Rate it:

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break groundTo lift off the sea bottom when being weighed.Rate it:

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dumb waiterrestaurant liftRate it:

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fly like a rockto travel through the air with little or no benefit from aerodynamic liftRate it:

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get a leg upTo get a boost or a lift.Rate it:

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ladies' loungeA room in a pub or hotel, separate from the main drinking area, in which drinks are served; originally a place for women to drink in when not welcome or not comfortable in the traditionally male-oriented public bar, and latterly a more genteel area than the public bar. Rate it:

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life's not all skittles and beerSkittles and Beer refers to the carefree, indulgent bar life; skittles being a British pub game. Thus, life's not all skittles and beer means that not everything is about pleasure.Rate it:

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lighter than airReference; Aircraft which maintain 'lift' because of 'gasses', 'hot vapors', 'heated air'; e.g. Blimps, Dirigibles, 'Hot-Air' Balloons: Able to lift objects, beings with weight greater than the Aircraft itself:Rate it:

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pick upTo lift; to grasp and raise.Rate it:

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pick up the tabTo accept a charge and pay for it, especially at a bar or restaurant.Rate it:

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pump ironTo lift weights; to engage in weight or strength training.Rate it:

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watering holeA bar or other local drinking establishment.Rate it:

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