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cherry pickTo position oneself near the opponent's goal to attempt to receive an errant or intentional pass for an easy score, as in basketball or versions of soccer where offsides are not enforced.Rate it:

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chopped liverA person or object which is not worthy of being noticed; someone or something insignificant.Rate it:

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close enough for government workIt is not worth investing additional time on perfecting this thing.Rate it:

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close of playThe end of a day's playRate it:

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close of playThe end of the final game (not to be confused with set or match) during a day at the All England Tennis Championships (Wimbledon)Rate it:

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close of playThe end of the working dayRate it:

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close, but no cigarThat's almost correct, but not quite.Rate it:

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closed formA form (expression) that does not use limits, implicitly or explicitly.Rate it:

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come down to usTo survive to the present day; to be extant in some form.Rate it:

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come throughNot to let somebody down, keep one's promise.Rate it:

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come to gripsseize the day! grasp the meaning, act upon the challenge, address the issue, issue stringent directives, take command, show 'em who's boss!Rate it:

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couldn't carry a note in a bucketnot musically talented, unable to sing.Rate it:

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count on one handThe seeming low number of occasions when this particular problem was not automatically resolved.Rate it:

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cover one's assTo make preparations or take precautions to ensure that one is not blamed or punished for one's conduct.Rate it:

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cover someone's assTo make preparations or take precautions to ensure that a person is not blamed or punished for his or her conduct.Rate it:

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crack a smileTo smile, especially while attempting not to.Rate it:

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culpable homicideHomicide which is culpable but does not rise to the level of murder; unlawful killing of a human being which does not constitute murder.Rate it:

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curiosity killed the catOne should not be curious about things that can be dangerous.Rate it:

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daysPlural form of day.Rate it:

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deadFiguratively, not alive; lacking life.Rate it:

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deadNot in play.Rate it:

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dead weightWeight that does not move.Rate it:

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devil's advocateOne who debates from a view which they may not actually hold, usually to determine its validity, or simply for the sake of argument.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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does macy's tell gimbel's(US, dated, colloquial, rhetorical question) A rhetorical question with the implied answer being that competitors do not share business secrets with one another.Rate it:

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dog days of summerhot summer day when you just want to sit under a tree and do nothingRate it:

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dog's chancelittle or not likelihoodRate it:

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don't call us, we'll call youA stereotypical request from a hiring organisation to a potential candidate, suggesting that the candidate will not be hired.Rate it:

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don't count your chickens before they're hatchedYou should not count on something before it happens.Rate it:

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don't cross your bridge until you arrive at the river!Your reminder George, was very wise: You advised that I not count my money regarding sale of wheelbarrows until we were down to ten count out of the one hundred previously in the stockroomLRate it:

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don't knock yourself outDon't overexert yourself (in doing something that does not require much effort).Rate it:

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don't look a gift horse in the mouthDo not unappreciatively question a gift or handout too closely.Rate it:

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don't look at meA response indicating that one is not willing or able to perform a task.Rate it:

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don't shoot the messengerThe bearer of bad news should not be held accountable for the bad news.Rate it:

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don't take any wooden nickelsDo not permit yourself be cheated or duped; do not be naive.Rate it:

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don't zig when you should zag, once you find true love.Make the right steps and not the wrong ones when you have someone who loves you and/or you are in a relationship, in order to keep love and not lose it.Rate it:

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down the wrong alleyWe're not thinking Alike, We're not on the same page;Rate it:

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drain the swamp when up to one's neck in alligators(idiomatic) When performing a long and complex task, and when you've gotten utterly immersed in secondary and tertiary unexpected tangential subtasks, it's easy to lose sight of the initial objective. This sort of distraction can be particularly problematic if the all-consuming subtask or sub-subtask is not, after all, particularly vital to the original, primary goal, but ends up sucking up time and resources (out of all proportion to its actual importance) only because it seems so urgent.Rate it:

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draw stumpsTo cease doing something, at least for the day.Rate it:

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drop a brickTo commit a faux pas, especially in speech, such as by tactlessly speaking of a subject that should not be mentioned.Rate it:

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drug on the marketSomething which is overabundant at the moment and thus not in demand.Rate it:

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dry eyeAn eye which is not crying, i.e. someone emotionally unmoved.Rate it:

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duck outTo depart quickly or exit abruptly, especially in a manner which does not attract notice and before a meeting, event, etc. has concluded.Rate it:

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duck outTo depart quickly or exit abruptly by way of, especially in a manner which does not attract notice and before a meeting, event, etc. has concluded.Rate it:

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dummy upTo not answer questions.Rate it:

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Dutch reckoningA (falsified) bill that is not itemised, and that is unjustifiably high.Rate it:

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each to his ownEveryone is entitled to their own opinion or tastes.My housemate is a strict vegan. I personally could never not eat meat, but each to his own.Rate it:

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economical with the truthNot telling the whole truth, especially in order to present a false image of a situation; untruthful; lying. Often used with sarcasm or satire.Rate it:

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empty promiseA promise that is either not going to be carried out, worthless or meaningless.Rate it:

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