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serve someone rightUsed other than as an idiom: see serve, right.Rate it:

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serve someone rightTo happen to someone who is thought to deserve it.Rate it:

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settle someone's hashTo physically or verbally subdue someone.Rate it:

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show someone the doorTo escort someone to the exit of the premises; to expel someone from a room, gathering, etc.Rate it:

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show someone the doorTo dismiss or reject; to exclude someone who was formerly included.Rate it:

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slip someone's mindTo be forgotten; to escape one's memory.Rate it:

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snap someone's head offTo suddenly and sharply rebuke or insult a person, especially in response to a harmless remark.Rate it:

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spare someone's blushesTo save someone from embarrassmentRate it:

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speak someone's languageTo talk about concerns, feelings, ideas, etc. which someone understands well and can relate to intimately.Rate it:

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stand in someone's shoesTo see from another's point of view; to feel what another feels.Rate it:

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stand someone in good steadto come in handy for someone in the futureRate it:

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stare someone in the faceTo be extremely visible and obvious.Rate it:

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steal someone's thunderTo detract from somebody's accomplishments or glory; to undermine someone.Rate it:

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step on someone's toesTo cause someone offense, especially by trying to control something that is under their authority, or interfering in their private affairs.Rate it:

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stick in someone's crawTo cause lasting annoyance, irritation, or hard feelings.Rate it:

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stop someone in his tracksTo prevent someone from continuing along a path or way, literal or figurative, he has begun going along.Rate it:

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suck someone's cockTo perform fellatio on someone.Rate it:

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suck someone's cockTo brownnose, to curry favor to someone.Rate it:

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sweep someone off their feetTo seduce someone romantically.Rate it:

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take a leaf out of someone's bookTo adopt an idea or practice of another person.Rate it:

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take a shine to someonetake a shine to someoneRate it:

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take one's tongue out of someone's assTo stop flattering someone (especially a superior) in an obsequious manner, and to support their every opinion.Rate it:

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take someone's head offTo berate.Rate it:

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take someone's pointTo agree with what a person says; to understand a person's argument and be persuaded by it.Rate it:

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take someone's pointTo grasp the essential meaning of what a person is saying.Rate it:

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take the wind out of someone's sailsTo discourage someone greatly; to cause someone to lose hope or the will to continue.Rate it:

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talk over someone's headTo communicate something beyond the level of comprehension of the target.Rate it:

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talk someone under the tableTo bore (someone) with excessive talk.Rate it:

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talk someone's ear offTo talk excessively or far more than is wanted or appreciated.Rate it:

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tan someone's hideTo beat or spank someone.Rate it:

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target someoneTo select or spot a particular individual for deleterious action, select as a subject for specific reason, or harm. Choose an individual for membership, advertising agenda, positive or negative onslaughts.Rate it:

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teach someone a lessonTo punish someone.Rate it:

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tear a strip off someoneTo scold vigorously.Rate it:

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the ball is in someone's courtIt is someone's turn to do something; often making a decision.Rate it:

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the joke is on someoneThe person who made the joke himself became the subject of a joke.Rate it:

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thorn in someone's sideA persistent annoyance.Rate it:

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throw someone a curveUsed other than as an idiom: To pitch a curve ball.Rate it:

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throw someone a curveTo surprise; to introduce something unexpected or requiring a quick reaction or correction.Rate it:

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tickle someone's funny boneTo amuse; to strike somebody as funny.Rate it:

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tie someone's handsTo render one powerless to act, to thwart someone.Rate it:

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touch the hem of someone's garmentTo give respect or reverence to someone; to express servitude to someone; to draw strength or comfort from someone who is superior.Rate it:

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try to get someone 'off'Plead for leniency, assume an advocacy position, request to be excused, ask to have the misdemeanor overlooked.Rate it:

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turn someone's crankTo arouse a person's interest or passion; to excite someone.Rate it:

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turn someone's headTo influence someone in a manner that significantly changes his or her behavior.Rate it:

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turn someone's headTo attract someone's romantic interest.Rate it:

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twist someone's armTo coerce, force, or cajole.Rate it:

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twist someone's ballsto annoyRate it:

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up someone's alleyMatching a person's interests or abilities well.Rate it:

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up someone's streetperfectly suitable to someone; matching someone's interests and abilities.Rate it:

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wait on someone hand, foot and fingerAlternative form of wait on hand and foot.Rate it:

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