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remain to be seenTo have not yet happened; to be as yet unknown.Rate it:

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ride the short busTo have a need for a special education program, as because learning disabled.Rate it:

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right as rainright as rain expresses the truism. rain is from nature and a higher power, so therefore it has to be right because nature and the creator are never wrong!Rate it:

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right to lifeThe moral or legal entitlement of an unborn child to be born, and not have its birth prevented through an abortion or other medical procedure.Rate it:

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right to workThe human right (the right of an individual) to have gainful employment.Rate it:

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rolling stoneA person who moves around a lot and never settles down.Rate it:

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RSNReal soon now; describing something that will be available in the near future, but often skeptically. Frequently used to mean "Whenever", "Soon, possibly never" or "don't hold your breath".Rate it:

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say again"What did you say?" or "Repeat what you have said." A polite formula used when one has not heard or understood what has been said.Rate it:

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see a manTo go have a drink or to meet one's bootlegger.Rate it:

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see a man about a dogUsed as an excuse for leaving without giving the real reason (especially if the reason is to go to the toilet, or to have a drink).Rate it:

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see thingsTo have visual hallucinations.Rate it:

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set the world on firehave sensational successRate it:

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shed a tearTo have a tear released, to cry (due to sadness)Rate it:

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ships that pass in the nightThings which have no significant connection or commonality.Rate it:

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sign inIn order to get into the office after hours, you'll have to sign in at the security desk.Rate it:

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silence is goldenPeace and quiet have immense value.Often the best choice is to say nothing.Rate it:

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silver bulletAny straightforward solution perceived to have great effectiveness or bring miraculous results.Rate it:

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sing like a birdto have a beautiful singing voiceRate it:

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sit on the fenceTo remain neutral on a certain topic, to not have a stance or opinion.Rate it:

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sleep togetherTo have sex with.Rate it:

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sleep withTo have sexual intercourse with.Rate it:

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sleep with the fishesTo be killed and have one's body disposed off in the sea or other body of water.Rate it:

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smell upto have an unpleasant odourRate it:

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snedgingsniffing the saddles of women's bicycles, or seats on which they have been sittingRate it:

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snowed underHave too much work.Rate it:

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sour grapesA putting down or expression of disdain about something that one desires but cannot have.Rate it:

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spare the rod and spoil the childIf one does not discipline a child, he or she will never learn obedience and good manners.Rate it:

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splice the mainbraceTo have a drink.Rate it:

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spoil the ship for a hap'orth of tarTo have something important fail for want of a small amount of money or effort.Rate it:

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stem the roseTo have anal sex; to insert one's penis (stem) into another's anus (rose).Rate it:

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sticks and stonesEvocative of the saying "sticks and stones may (or will) break my bones, but words (or names) will never hurt (or harm) me".1957, Brendan Gill, The Day the Money StoppedRate it:

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still water runs deepA person with a calm appearance has, or may have, considerable inner emotion, character, or intellectRate it:

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swing the leadTo pretend to be unwell so that you do not have to work.Rate it:

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take a back seatTo be second to someone or something; to be less important or have a lower priority.Rate it:

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take a licking and keep on tickingTo be tough; to have endurance; to have the capacity to absorb stress or damage, but still be able to function.Rate it:

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take matters into one's own handsTo deal with a problem alone, because others responsible have failed to deal with it.Rate it:

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take onTo begin to have or exhibit.Rate it:

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talk out of turnTo make a remark or provide information when it is inappropriate or indiscreet to do so, or when one does not have permission or the authority to do so.Rate it:

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TANSTAAFLThere ain't no such thing as a free lunch; something advertised as being "free" will invariably have hidden costs.Rate it:

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telephone tagA situation in which a person unsuccessfully attempts to contact another person by telephone and leaves a message instead, and in which the second person then unsuccessfully attempts to return the initial call and leaves a message for the first person, and so on as if the two are playing a game of tag in which the most recent person to have been left with a message is now designated as "it" (i.e. as the player now obliged to chase the other and to attempt anew to make contact).Rate it:

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that'll be the daySaid in reply to something that one believes will never happen.Rate it:

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the cake is a lieThe end you are pursuing is unattainable or misguided; the reward you have been promised is false.Rate it:

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the hand that rocks the cradle rules the worldWomen, particularly mothers, have a decisive influence on the future direction of society because they raise and nurture the next generation.Rate it:

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the jig is upAn expression used to mean "We have been caught out and have no defence", or if spoken to a person who's just been found out as the perpetrator of an offense, it means "You've been discovered.".Rate it:

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the shoe is on the other footThe roles of people in a situation have been reversed, such the advantage has shifted to a party which was previously disadvantaged.Rate it:

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there may be snow on the rooftop but there is fire in the furnaceEven if a person is in his or her senior years, with gray hair, he or she can still have ambition and energy, especially sexual energy.Rate it:

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there we goWe have performed an action successfully.Rate it:

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there ya goYou have done it precisely correctly.Rate it:

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there you goYou have done it, or are doing it, correctly.Rate it:

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there's no accounting for tasteWhen it comes to subjective matters of taste, people have wildly different opinions.Disagreements about matters of taste can't be objectively resolved.Rate it:

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