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laugh all the way to the bankTo be happy due to the receipt of money.Rate it:

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let it all hang out!An expression of caring less. Withdrawing usual restraints relative to self control.Rate it:

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let it all hang-out!Withhold nothing, spit out all of the unsavory details!Rate it:

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life is not all beer and skittlesNot everything about life is pleasurable.Rate it:

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life's not all skittles and beerSkittles and Beer refers to the carefree, indulgent bar life; skittles being a British pub game. Thus, life's not all skittles and beer means that not everything is about pleasure.Rate it:

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make all the differenceTo be a crucial or deciding factor; to have a very significant effect.Rate it:

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man is the measure of all thingsthe doctrine that all knowledge is subjective, being derived from observations made by humans, and there can be no objective truthRate it:

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mother of allUsed before a plural noun to form a compound noun having the sense of: the greatest or largest of its kind.Rate it:

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not all it's cracked up to beNot as good as claimed; falling short of expectations.Rate it:

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not at allNot.Rate it:

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not at allUsed similarly to you're welcome, as a conventional reply to an expression of gratitude.Rate it:

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of all peopleEspecially; more than other people.Rate it:

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of all thingsSurprisingly.Rate it:

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on all foursOn one's hands and knees.Rate it:

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once and for allFinally, permanently, conclusively.Rate it:

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one and allAll, everyone.Rate it:

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one and allEach one.Rate it:

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pull an all-nighterWork diligently throughout the night.Rate it:

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pull out all the stopsTo reserve or hold back nothing.Rate it:

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put all one's eggs in one basketRather than diversifying.Rate it:

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say it allTo express the essential characteristics of a person, thing, or situation in a concise, well-crafted turn of phrase or in some other pithy manner.Rate it:

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so long, and thanks for all the fishgoodbyeRate it:

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sod allNothing.Rate it:

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some people have all the luckSuggests that someone is enjoying more success than they deserve.Rate it:

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someone's elevator doesn't go all the way to the topUsed as an indirect way to say that someone is mentally deficient.Rate it:

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someone's elevator doesn't go all the way to the topUsed as an indirect way to say that someone is crazy.Rate it:

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tell allTo reveal everything, particularly information that is normally withheld.Rate it:

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tell allTo tell everyone.Rate it:

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tenere all'oscurokeep someone in the darkRate it:

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that's allThat is all I want to say. There is no more to it.Rate it:

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that's all she wroteIndicating an abrupt termination of a project, or of one's hopes or plans.Rate it:

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tick all the boxesTo fulfill all the requirements, especially as itemized in a list; to have all the needed characteristics; to complete all the steps in a process in an orderly manner.Rate it:

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time heals all woundsNegative feelings eventually erode awayRate it:

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to all intents and purposesFor every functional purpose; in every practical sense; in every important respect; practically speaking.Rate it:

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today we are allAn expression indicating that the speaker empathizes with members of an identifiable group that was the subject of a disaster, and projects that others empathize as well.Rate it:

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today we are allMarch 11, 2004: Denis MacShane, Guardian Unlimited.Rate it:

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today we are allSeptember 12, 2001: Jean-Marie Colombani, "Today, We Are All Americans", Le Monde.Rate it:

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top it all offTo emphasize or underscore; to make something even better or worse.Rate it:

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walk all overUsed other than as an idiom: see walk, all, over.Rate it:

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walk all overTo dominate a person or a group; to have a person take a submissive or inferior role.Rate it:

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walk all overTo easily beat a competitor in a contest; to win without much effort.Rate it:

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warts and allOf or pertaining to a description or other depiction which reveals the full range of characteristics of a person or thing, including the shortcomings and imperfections.Rate it:

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we haven't got all daya statement used to hurry people upRate it:

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when all is said and doneIn the end; ultimately.Rate it:

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who ate all the piesAn interjection used pejoratively against a fat personRate it:

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with all due respectA phrase used before disagreeing with someone, usually considered polite.Rate it:

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written all over someone's faceVery obvious, from someone's facial expression.Rate it:

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you allAlternative form of all of you. Plural form of you, including everyone being addressed.Rate it:

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you allPlural form of you or singular formal form of you.Rate it:

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you're all rightused to politely reject an offerRate it:

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