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live paycheck to paycheckTo spend all that one earns without saving anything.Rate it:

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living deathA condition of suffering, solitude, or impairment so extreme as to deprive one's existence of all happiness and meaning.Rate it:

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lose one's shirtTo lose all of one's money; to go broke; to undergo financial ruin or disaster.Rate it:

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man upTo staff adequately; to staff up; to successfully fill all needed labor positions.Rate it:

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Mary Celestea ship found empty of all people, in good condition, seemingly abandoned on the high seasRate it:

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Mexican breakfastA breakfast consisting of a cigarette and a glass of water, supposedly because that is all Mexicans can afford.Rate it:

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monitored by exceptionBy monitoring eks. hardware you can do it by exception as you can or will not monitore all components.Rate it:

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monkey businessDo your homework and forget about all this monkey business.Rate it:

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moon on a stickEverything; all that one could desire (especially as an unreasonable demand).Rate it:

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no man is an islandAll people are connected to other people and dependent on other people.1623, John Donne, Rate it:

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not a zackNo amount of money; no money at all.Rate it:

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not by any meansNot at all, not in the slightestRate it:

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not in the leastnot at all, not in any wayRate it:

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not in the slightestnot at all, not in any wayRate it:

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not touch something with a barge poleTo avoid something at all costs; to refuse to associate with something; (signifies a strong aversion).Rate it:

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not touch something with a ten foot poleTo avoid something at all costs; to refuse to associate with something; signifies a strong aversion.Rate it:

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nothing flatAmount of time; no time at all.Rate it:

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now or neverat this opportunity, or never at allRate it:

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off the railsWhen you've lost it all, When your world and life is upside down!Rate it:

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oll korrectAll right; okay.Rate it:

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on balanceJudging fairly by considering all facets of a case.Rate it:

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one after the otherOne by one; singularly; not occurring all at the same time (of a person or thing).Rate it:

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or elseGo now, or else you'll have to stay all night.Rate it:

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out of placeAmongst all those horsey people I felt quite out of place.Rate it:

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party guideGet that party up, get that party up we gonna Dance all Night, get that balloons up, get that balloons up, we gonna stay all nightRate it:

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peachy keenExtremely good, exactly right; all right. Often used in the negative or with an ironic or sarcastic connotation to mean the opposite.Rate it:

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peanut galleryAny source of heckling, unwelcome commentary or criticism, especially from a know-it-all or of an inexpert nature.Rate it:

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picture cardking, queen or jackRate it:

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polite fictionA social scenario in which all participants are aware of a truth, but pretend to believe in some alternative version of events to avoid conflict or embarrassment.Rate it:

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propose a toastAn introductory phrase, preceding a brief accolade to someone or something, after which all present ceremonially sip their champagne (or dump their beverage on the floor to express disagreement.)Rate it:

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proverbs run in pairsEvery proverb seems to be contradicted by another proverb with an opposed message, such as "too many cooks spoil the broth" and "many hands make light work."1863, Sir Richard Burton, Abeokuta and the Camaroons Mountains, vol. 1, Tinsley (London), p. 309:Moreover, all the world over, proverbs run in pairs, and pull both ways: for the most part one neutralizes, by contradiction, the other.Rate it:

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put one through one's pacesTo test several or all functions or training of a person, animal, machine, etc.Rate it:

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put paid toTo stop something once and for all.Rate it:

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real jobA hobby that takes all of a person's free time.Rate it:

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rolloverContinue one's Funds In Program, 'Rollover' My Existing Funds, My Plan, Stay The Course In The Present Agenda, Investiture: Do Not Close OuI, Retain All Funds And'Steady As You Go!Rate it:

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see how the land liesTo wait for all the information about something before taking action.Rate it:

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sell outTo sell all of a product that is in stock.Rate it:

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she'll be applesEverything will be all right.Rate it:

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she'll be rightOK, no problem, everything will be all right.Rate it:

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shit out of luckCompletely out of luck; in unfortunate circumstances such that all options for achieving one's goal are exhausted; unlucky; screwed.Rate it:

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shoot one's wadTo spend all of one's money.Rate it:

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shoot one's wadTo expend all of one's resources or efforts; to express all the arguments or ideas which one has.Rate it:

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showstopperAny impediment that prevents all further progress.Rate it:

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so far so goodUp to this point, all is OK.Well, you've packed your bags for the holiday, bought your tickets, reserved the hotel and put the dog in kennels. So far so good, now let's get to Minorca without any troubles.Rate it:

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soup-to-nutsComprehensive; complete; covering all of something.Rate it:

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speak now or forever hold your peaceSay something now or don't say anything at all.Rate it:

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spill the beansRelate all the facts of a controversial incident previously held in strict secrecy.Rate it:

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square peg in a round holeSomething or someone that does not fit well or at all; something that will not succeed as attempted, except possibly with much force and effort, or alteration of either the peg or the hole or both beyond recognition.Rate it:

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stroke of workWith "do not do a", to do none of the assigned task at all.Rate it:

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tackle the jobDetermine tools and manpower needed, Move on site, Begin and complete necessary demolition, Launch make-ready tasks in order for all trades to move on site and begin the new construction.Rate it:

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