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bang up jobSomething done very well; something performed above average or better than expected.Rate it:

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barrel of monkeysSomething very funny or amusing.Rate it:

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bathtub ginGin or a similar alcoholic beverage which is of very poor quality, as if made by a homebrewer in a bathtub.Rate it:

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beat someone's brains outTo beat someone very severely.Rate it:

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before you can say jack robinsonVery quickly. Quicker than you expect.Rate it:

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bet dollars to donutsTo suggest that something is very likely to be true or that one has a strong hunch about something.Rate it:

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better to light a single candle than to curse the darknessIn the face of bad times or hopelessness, it is more worthwhile to do some good, however small, in response than to complain about the situation.Rate it:

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beyond the paleDescribing behaviour that is considered to be outside the bounds of morality, good behaviour or judgement in civilised company.Rate it:

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biblical  Very large; especially, exceeding previous records.Rate it:

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big as a barnVery big.Rate it:

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big cheeseA very important figure, especially a high-ranking person in an organization.Rate it:

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big dealSomething very important, difficult, or of concern.Rate it:

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big enchiladaA very important person, especially the highest-ranking individual in an organization.Rate it:

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big guyA term of endearment, usually addressed toward an all-around good male person.Rate it:

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black as thunderVery black (especially of a mood, a frown, etc.).Rate it:

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black magicMagic derived from evil forces, as distinct from good or benign forces; or magic performed with the intention of doing harm.Rate it:

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blind as a batNearly totally blind, having a very poor sense of vision.Rate it:

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blink of an eyeA very short period of time; quickly.Rate it:

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blow a gasketTo become very angry or upset.Rate it:

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blow chunksTo be very bad, inadequate, unpleasant, or miserable; to thoroughly suck.Rate it:

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blow upTo suddenly get very angry.Rate it:

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bold as brassVery bold; very brave.Rate it:

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bomb outTo fail; to produce no or very poor results; to drop out of or be eliminated from a competition.Rate it:

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bone-crunchingVery violent or hard.Rate it:

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bottoming the houseThe process by where someone cleans their house 'from top to bottom'. It is a very thorough clean indeed, even more so than 'spring cleaning'.Rate it:

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box oneself into a cornerTo create a predicament or problem for oneself; to do something that leaves one with no good alternatives. or solutions.Rate it:

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brace of shakesA very short time.Rate it:

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brain surgeonSomeone very intelligent.Rate it:

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brass monkeySaid of the weather when it is very cold.Rate it:

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brass monkeysVery cold.Rate it:

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break a leggood luckRate it:

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breed like rabbitsTo breed very rapidly, to have many childrenRate it:

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bright as a buttonVery bright (clever, smart, or crafty)Rate it:

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Brownie pointCredit or praise for good work or a good deed, often for the express purpose of currying favor.Rate it:

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bubble overTo be very enthusiastic, or highly excited.Rate it:

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Buckley's and noneA supposed two chances (probabilities), being Buckley's chance (meaning a very small chance) or no chance at all.Rate it:

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Buckley's chanceA very small chance; no chance at all.Rate it:

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bulletproofUnbreakable, very tough.Rate it:

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bullyGood, Great, sonderful: British ejaculation!Rate it:

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bump in the roadA very small town.Rate it:

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bundle of laughsSomething or someone very funny or fun.Rate it:

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burn one's candle at both endsTo work extremely or excessively hard; to work too hard for good health or peace of mind.Rate it:

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burn to a crispTo burn very badly (usually in reference to food).Rate it:

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bust one's assTo work very hard, to put in a lot of effort.Rate it:

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bust one's ballsto work very hard; to put in a lot of effort.Rate it:

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busy as a beaverVery busy.Rate it:

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busy as a beeVery active; working constantly.Rate it:

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busy beaverSomeone who is very busy or hard-working.Rate it:

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by a long shotBy a wide margin; indicates a very big difference or disparity.Rate it:

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calm as a millpondVery calm, not choppyRate it:

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