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Franklin prend son thé chaudPhrase utilisée par les élèves francophones qui étudient le néerlandais pour se souvenir que les participes passés réguliers en néerlandais se terminent toujours par un d sauf quand le radical du verbe se termine par f, k, p, s, t ou ch.Rate it:

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after the Lord Mayor's showSaid of a disappointing or mundane event occurring straight after an exciting, magnificent, or triumphal event.Rate it:

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show one's true stripesTo reveal one's real beliefs, sentiments, or character, especially through one's behavior.Rate it:

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dog and pony showAny presentation or display that is overly contrived or intricate.Rate it:

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dog and pony showOriginally, a small, traveling circus featuring animals as entertainment.Rate it:

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get this show on the roadTo begin or launch; to get going.Rate it:

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gong showAn event that was a disaster, often in a way that is fun or memorable. (e.g. "Last night, we all went drinking, and the whole thing turned into a total gong show.") Or, an initially serious event that went completely out of control (e.g. "That biology class was a gong show")Rate it:

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horror showA horror movie or television show or other performance which depicts gruesome, horrible, or disgusting events, especially in a vividly visual manner.Rate it:

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horror showA horrifying, appalling, or sickening experience, set of events, or visual spectacle.Rate it:

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it goes to showA phrase used to say that: this recent fact or result confirms what we always thought.Rate it:

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make a show of oneselfTo embarrass oneself or others in public.Rate it:

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no show without PunchA show or endeavor cannot proceed without it's star or main purpose.Rate it:

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no-showAn absence; a person or group that does not show up or fails to make a scheduled appearance, especially at a hotel or at one's place of employment.Rate it:

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no-showAn absence; somebody who doesn't show up or a failure to show up.Rate it:

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run the showTo be the leader, to be in chargeRate it:

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show a clean pair of heelsto run away quickly; to make an escape quickly; to outpaceRate it:

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show a legTo wake up and get out of bed. (Used mostly in the imperative).Rate it:

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show ankleTo provide a hint or to reveal partial information in order to gain attention or arouse interest.Rate it:

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show inTo lead or direct someone to an enclosed space, usually a room.Rate it:

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show offTo exhibit; to demonstrate one's skill, talent, etc. for its own sake.Rate it:

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show offwhen you think you are the best you SHOW OFF to others by repeating every time 'I am the best' without knowing others' opinion for you.Rate it:

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show one's buttTo misbehave.Rate it:

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show one's cardsTo reveal something known to oneself but previously concealed from others.Rate it:

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show one's faceTo appear publicly.Rate it:

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show one's true colorsTo reveal how one really is, as opposed to how one has been portrayed.Rate it:

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show roundTo show someone the important parts of somethingRate it:

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show somebody the doorTo dismiss or reject; to exclude someone who was formerly included.Rate it:

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show somebody the doorTo escort someone to the exit of the premises; to expel someone from a room, gathering, etc.Rate it:

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show someone the doorTo escort someone to the exit of the premises; to expel someone from a room, gathering, etc.Rate it:

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show someone the doorTo dismiss or reject; to exclude someone who was formerly included.Rate it:

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show the flagOf a naval vessel or military force, to identify itself by displaying the flag of its country of origin, especially in order to establish an authoritative presence and to exert diplomatic or political influence.Rate it:

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show the flagTo display the flag of one's country, especially as an expression of patriotic pride.Rate it:

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show the flagTo represent one's country or some other group in a manner intended to suggest the authority or importance of that country or group.Rate it:

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show upTo appear, arrive, or attend, especially suddenly or erratically.Rate it:

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show upTo make visible; to expose.Rate it:

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show upTo outperform or one-up, often in an arrogant manner.Rate it:

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show up asTo reveal true nature.Rate it:

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show what one is made ofTo demonstrate one's courage, stamina, etc.Rate it:

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show who's bossTo demonstrate oneself to be dominant; to show that one has the upper hand.Rate it:

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show who's bossTo demonstrate that one is dominant over or superior to someone; to establish that one has control of some device or intractable object.Rate it:

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steal the showTo be the best performer during a performance.Rate it:

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the showThe major leagues.Rate it:

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the show must go onOne must finish what one has started; things must continue no matter what.Rate it:

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bells and whistlesExtra features added for show rather than function; fancy additions or features.Rate it:

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drugstore cowboyDresses like a cowboy to show off at the drugstore; looks like a cowboy, but ain't.Rate it:

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look up toTo show respect or admiration for.Rate it:

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account forTo explain by relating circumstances; to show that some one, thing or members of a group are present or have been processed.Rate it:

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come down withTo contract or get; to show symptoms of a minor illness.Rate it:

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kiss my gritsA nice way of saying "eff you." Its a spin on the phrase "kiss my a**", written into a TV show from the 80s called "Alice". The saying was usually preceded by the name "Mel" who was the owner of the diner where Flo, the waitress who made the saying famous, worked.Rate it:

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bust outto reveal, to showRate it:

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