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cool heads must prevailAlternative form of cooler heads will prevail.Rate it:

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cooler heads must prevailAlternative form of cooler heads will prevail.Rate it:

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I must goI must leaveRate it:

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must have killed a ChinamanA jocular explanation for bad luck.Rate it:

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the show must go onOne must finish what one has started; things must continue no matter what.Rate it:

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there must be something in the waterThere are so many cases of something; there are so many people or things doing a particular thing or having a certain trait.Rate it:

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those who can't use their head must use their backif you do not think, you will take the consequencesRate it:

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you must be fun at partiesA sarcastic retort to somebody who has said something perceived as boring or pedantic.Rate it:

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you must be new hereUsed to express that someone has in some way displayed their ignorance, unfamiliarity, or incompetence.Rate it:

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you don't sayreally?; no kidding!; is that so? sometimes used sarcastically in response to the obviousRate it:

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The Hell You Say?Depression Daze Ejaculation Offered In Response to Another's Astonishing, Earth Shaking, Unbelievable, Astounding 'Remark':Rate it:

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you can say that againThat is very true.Rate it:

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as they sayA vague invocation of popular convention when introducing a phrase or expression, which may be accompanied by attribution to a source or locale in which the phrase or expression is used.Rate it:

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

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before you can say knifeVery quickly; quicker than one expects.Rate it:

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can we sayUsed sarcastically to draw attention to a motive or agenda.Rate it:

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do as i say and not as i doDon't imitate my behavior but obey my instructions.Rate it:

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do as I say, not as I doAlternative form of do as I say and not as I do.Rate it:

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easy for you to sayRequiring little effort or sacrifice on your part, with the implication that it is or has been more difficult for others.Rate it:

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final sayThe right to make a final decision.Rate it:

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have a sayTo voice one's opinion.Rate it:

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how do you say...in EnglishCommon phrase used to ask how to express an idea or translate a word, often in a foreign language.Rate it:

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I'd sayIt is my estimate or opinion.Rate it:

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I'll sayUsed to indicate emphatic agreement.Rate it:

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i'll say amen to that!Amen offers a verbal agreement, an end-all to a prayer, a statement, an agreement in progress.Rate it:

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if I do say so myselfAppended to praise of oneself or one's own doings, as a form of modesty.Rate it:

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let's not and say we didIndicates that the speaker does not agree with a proposed action of a group, and does not wish to participate.Rate it:

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need I say moreUsed to say that audience can predict the result of something.Rate it:

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needless to sayClearly, obviously (because it is visually obvious).Rate it:

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never say neverAnything can happen; a certain option should not be totally dismissed.Rate it:

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no way jose (pronounced 'hoe-say')Absolutely not; nothing doing.Rate it:

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not to be able to say boo to a gooseto be extremely timid or diffident (wouldn't say boo to a goose)Rate it:

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not to sayUsed other than as an idiom: see not, to, say.Rate it:

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not to sayEven; perhaps; almost.Rate it:

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please say that againUsed as request for the interlocutor to repeat what he or she said previously.Rate it:

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say again"What did you say?" or "Repeat what you have said." A polite formula used when one has not heard or understood what has been said.Rate it:

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say cheeseUsed imperatively to elicit a smile from someone for a photograph by their saying "cheese" (the vowel of which, when pronounced as is usual in English, forces a somewhat smile-shaped mouth).Rate it:

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say goodbyeTo separate from someone.Rate it:

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say goodbyeTo wish someone farewell upon their leaving.Rate it:

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say graceTo recite a prayer of invocation or thanksgiving at meal time.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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say it, don't spray itDon't release saliva when you're talking.Rate it:

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say no moreWhat has already been said conveys all the meaning and information needed to draw a conclusion concerning a matter which it would be imprudent to discuss further.Rate it:

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say soauthoritative decisionRate it:

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say sopower of decisionRate it:

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say uncleTo indicate submission, such as when wrestling; to ask for mercy.Rate it:

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say whatWhat did you say?; Huh?; expresses incredulity.Rate it:

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say what you likeRegardless of what you think.Rate it:

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say whenAn imperative form used to request that the interlocutor indicate when one should stop doing something, esp. pouring a drink, because one has reached a sufficient amount.Rate it:

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the devil you sayAn expression of surprise at something stated by another.Rate it:

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