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dub outTo fill out, as an uneven surface, to a plane, or to carry out a series of small projections.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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duck outTo move or act so as to achieve avoidance, escape, or evasion.Rate it:

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duke it outTo argue heavily or at length.Rate it:

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duke it outTo fight, especially with the fists.Rate it:

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duke outTo fight, especially with fists.Rate it:

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dummy outFrom a video game in the process of localizing that game from a foreign country.Rate it:

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dump outTo discard, to throw away, to toss out.Rate it:

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dump outTo empty a container by turning its contents out over a surface.Rate it:

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e pluribus unumA national motto of the United States of America, meaning "From many, one", or "out of many, one", referring to the integration of 13 independent colonies into one country, and that has taken an additional meaning, giving the pluralistic nature of American society from immigration.Rate it:

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eat one's heart outTo feel overwhelming sorrow, jealousy or longing, to grieve.Rate it:

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eat one's youngTo betray a constituent or charge out of self-serving interests or desperation; savaging.Rate it:

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eat outTo dine at a restaurant or such public place.Rate it:

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eat outTo perform cunnilingus.Rate it:

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eat out of somebody's handTo behave in a docile, submissive way towards somebody.Rate it:

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eat out of someone's handTo behave in a docile, submissive way towards somebody.Rate it:

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eat someone out of house and homeC. 1598, William Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part 2, Act II Scene I.Rate it:

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eat someone out of house and homeTo consume such a portion of one's store of food that little is left for the owner.Rate it:

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edge outTo win in a contest or a game by a narrow margin of victory.Rate it:

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edit outTo remove before publication or broadcasting.Rate it:

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eke outTo supplement.Rate it:

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eke outTo obtain with difficulty or effort.Rate it:

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empty outTo completely empty.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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end upTo conclude, turn out, sometimes unexpectedly.Rate it:

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et uxor"and the wife" or "and his wife". It is often used in the context of a legal document to include a man's wife in whatever obligation, ownership, etc. the document spells out.Rate it:

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etc.And so on: used to note that the rest of a list or piece of information has been left out on the assumption that it is similar or already known.Rate it:

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even outto make or become more evenRate it:

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even outto make or become more equalRate it:

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everything happens for a reasonAll events are purposeful.Everything happens for a reason, so there is no such thing as failure. Mary-Kate OlsenPeople like to say "everything happens for a reason." If you repeat that in your head long enough that starts to sound like "anything can happen with a razor." Laura KightlingerI believe that everything happens for a reason, but I think it's important to seek out that reason - that's how we learn. Drew BarrymoreRate it:

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ex vivoMeans "out of the living," that what takes place outside the organismRate it:

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factor outTo omit, to not consider as a factor.Rate it:

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factor outTo isolate a common factor from an expression.Rate it:

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fade outdecrease graduallyRate it:

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fade outA type of transition used in movies usually at the end of a scene, in which the transition fades to black from the cut.Rate it:

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fag outTo become untwisted or frayed, as the end of a rope, or the edge of canvas.Rate it:

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fake outTo deceive, mislead, or trick.Rate it:

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fall by the waysideTo fail to be completed, particularly for lack of interest; to be left out.Rate it:

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fall outTo come out of something by falling.Rate it:

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falling outA disagreement; a major difference of opinion.Rate it:

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false alarmA warning sound which turns out to have been erroneous.Rate it:

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fan outto spread out into the shape of a fanRate it:

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far outNew, radical and extreme.Rate it:

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farm outTo subcontract some task to another; to outsource.Rate it:

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feed out ofTo feed from.Rate it:

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feel outTo try to ascertain a person's point of view, or the nature of a situation, by cautious and subtle means.Rate it:

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ferret outTo discover something after searching.Rate it:

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fight it outTo fight until a decisive and conclusive result is reached.Rate it:

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figure outTo come to understand; to discover or find a solution; to deduce.Rate it:

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