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reap what one sowsTo receive as a reward or harvest in the same measure as one's exertions, in a good or a bad sense. To receive justice.Rate it:

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rebajasThis word is used a great deal in shop windows in Tenerife -- it means discounts in SpanishRate it:

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reckon withTo deal with.Rate it:

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ride one's luckTo avoid failure only by good fortune.Rate it:

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right as rainVery good; healthy.Rate it:

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rough and readyCrude or unpolished, but still fit for use; good enough.Rate it:

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second stringNot as good; of a lower quality or condition.Rate it:

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selling pointThe property or characteristic of a good that most attracts purchasers.Rate it:

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shake on itTo agree; to close a deal.Rate it:

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she is appleThis is used to register that everything is in good there is no need to be ill-at-easyRate it:

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shell outTo pay money; especially, to pay a great deal of money.Rate it:

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short of a lengthOf a ball that pitches short of a good length; a ball that bounces closer to the bowler than the area of the pitch regarded as the best for dismissing or restricting the scoring of the batsman.Rate it:

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sin taxA government-imposed tax on a specific good, service, or activity which is legal but widely considered to be unwholesome or socially harmful, such as a tax on alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, or gambling.Rate it:

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snatch victory from the jaws of defeatTo suddenly win a contest when it appears that loss is a foregone conclusion, to succeed in an endeavor through reversal of fortune, skill, effort, or good judgment.Rate it:

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so soneither good nor badRate 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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spoilt for choiceHaving such a selection of good choices, that deciding which one to pick is difficult.Rate it:

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stickhandleTo deal capably and swiftly with a situation, especially in a manner which deflects potential problems.Rate it:

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supercalifragilisticexpialidociousextraordinarily good; wonderful.Rate it:

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sweet as a nutExtremely good.Rate it:

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sweet dreamsPhrase said to someone before they fall asleep, wishing them a good sleep.Rate it:

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sweetness and lightThat which is good, pure, pleasant, etc.Rate it:

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swing for the fencesTo act in a way that might generate a very good result, but which also has a large chance of failing.Rate it:

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take it or leave itAccept the proposal or proposition as it is stated or refuse the deal.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 the cakeTo be especially good or outstanding.Rate it:

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take things as they comeTo accept and deal with events as they occur, with a composed state of mind.Rate it:

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the icing on the cakeSomething wonderful at the end of something good.Rate it:

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the way to a man's heart is through his stomachCooking for a man is a good way to win his affections.Rate it:

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thick and thinBoth good and bad times.Rate it:

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think the world ofTo have a good opinion; to esteem; to admire.Rate it:

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this too shall passNothing, good or bad, lasts forever. Used to indicate that a current situation or event, no matter how wonderful or horrible it is, will not last forever.Rate it:

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tie up loose endsTo deal with the minor consequences of a previous action; to tidy up, finish, or complete.Rate it:

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timing is everythingConsideration of other events can greatly influence some desired outcome (such as an audience laughing to a comedian's joke).Telling the old joke about a butt-crack was not a good idea, just as the plumber arrived, Bob.You know what they say: "timing is everything." I'm sure we can find another plumber before the house floods.Rate it:

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to die forVery good; exquisite; excellent; particularly desirable.Rate it:

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top notchVery good; of the highest quality.Rate it:

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turn over a new leafTo engage in self-improvement; to begin a good habit or shed a bad habit.Rate it:

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warm fuzzyA good impression; a feeling of comfort or trust.Rate it:

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what goes around comes aroundThe status eventually returns to its original value after completing some sort of cycle.A person's actions, whether good or bad, will often have consequences for that person.Rate it:

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whistle past the graveyardTo attempt to stay cheerful in a dire situation; To proceed with a task, ignoring an upcoming hazard, hoping for a good outcome.Rate it:

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white magicMagic derived from good or benign forces, as distinct from evil or malevolent forces; or magic performed with the intention of doing good or giving aid.Rate it:

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wine tosserA person who talks a great deal about wine but actually knows very little.Rate it:

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winter ratAn old, unattractive automobile, purchased for little money, to be driven during brutal Great Lakes winters while the owner's "good" car remains garaged and protected from corrosive road salt for the season.Rate it:

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worm in the applesomething you thought was a good thing turns out to be a bad thing; usually at the worst possible time.Rate it:

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worth one's whileGood and important enough for one to spend time, effort, or money on.Rate it:

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wrap one's head aroundTo come to a good understanding of.Rate it:

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you can't say fairer than thatThat is good, reasonable, or fair; one cannot hope for a better decision or outcome.Rate it:

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you never know what you've got till it's goneGood friends and acquaintances shouldn't be taken for granted.Rate it:

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