Phrases related to: have to do with the price of tea in china

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have to do with the price of tea in chinaTo have any relation or bearing whatsoever on the topic at hand, usually used to emphasize the lack of relationship of a non sequitur.Rate it:

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what does that have to do with the price of tea in ChinaA comment used to indicate that a previous comment is irrelevant or unimportant.Rate it:

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price of tea in ChinaSomething that is irrelevant or unimportant, usually used to emphasize the lack of relationship of a non sequitur.Rate it:

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price of tea in ChinaThe wholesale or retail price of tea in the country of China.Rate it:

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all the tea in chinaSomething priceless or invaluable.Rate it:

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Franklin prend son thé chaudPhrase utilisée par les élèves francophones qui étudient le néerlandais pour se souvenir que les participes passés réguliers en néerlandais se terminent toujours par un d sauf quand le radical du verbe se termine par f, k, p, s, t ou ch.Rate it:

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have to do with the price of fishvariant of have to do with the price of tea in ChinaRate it:

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what does that have to do with the price of cornA comment used to indicate that a previous comment is irrelevant or unimportant.Rate it:

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could have, would have, should haveExpressing regret at something that cannot now be changed.Rate it:

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weak teaUsed other than as an idiom: see weak, tea.Rate it:

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Cambric TeaPlace one Tsp Sugar, one 1/4 Cup Milk in Mug or Coffee Cup, Add boiling Water to Brim While Stirring: When Temperature of 'Tea' Becomes Drinkable, You 'KIDZ" Drink Your 'Cambric Tea'; B-4 It Gitz KOLD!Rate it:

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cup of teaA cup full of tea.Rate it:

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cup of teaWhatever suits or interests one.Rate it:

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no tea, no shadeIndicating that no offence is meant, that the speaker is merely making an observation.Rate it:

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spill the teaTo disclose information, especially of a sensitive nature.Rate it:

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storm in a tea-kettleA big fuss made in a small context.Rate it:

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tea servicecrockery setRate it:

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weak teaWeak (feeble) effort or proposal; unconvincing argument.Rate it:

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cheap at half the priceQuite expensive.Rate it:

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cheap at half the priceSatisfactorily cheap.Rate it:

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every man has a priceEveryone can be bribed or corrupted for a certain price.Rate it:

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PRICEInitialism of protect, rest, ice, compression, and elevation : a common treatment method for sprained joints.Rate it:

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price inTo include in an estimation of the total value of something.Rate it:

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price is rightThe cost of a thing is reasonable and of good value.Rate it:

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price on one's headA compensation for capturing or killing a person, especially someone guilty of a crime.Rate it:

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price outTo compute the total price of something.Rate it:

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price outTo exclude by means of a high price.Rate it:

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price out of the marketTo charge an exorbitant price for a service or product so that no one will purchase it.Rate it:

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price upTo increase the price of.Rate it:

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price upTo calculate the price or cost of, especially when a number of components must be taken into account.Rate it:

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starting priceUsed other than as an idiom: see starting, price.Rate it:

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starting priceThe opening price for an item at an auction.Rate it:

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starting priceThe final odds on a horse when the race starts; also used to designate a system of fixed-odds betting using such prices. Abbreviation: SP.Rate it:

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from china to peruall over the worldRate it:

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mainland ChinaThe area under the jursdiction of People's Republic of China, excluding Hong Kong and Macau (and, by definition, Taiwan).Rate it:

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made in chinaOf poor or low quality.Rate it:

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act like a bull in a china shopTo act rudely or clumsily in a delicate situation.Rate it:

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China syndromeA hypothetical kind of catastrophic failure in which a nuclear reactor melts through the floor of its containment system and penetrates the earth's surface, continuing downward as if (from a Western Hemispheric point of view) traveling through the planet toward China.Rate it:

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China syndromeOne instance of such a nuclear mishap.Rate it:

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China syndromeA behavior, policy, or situation characteristic of or involving China; an actual or potential catastrophe, especially one involving China.Rate it:

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China syndromeA rare disease, first characterized in the early 1990s, which resembles poliomyelitis but which has somewhat different characteristics and occurs in persons vaccinated for poliomyelitis.Rate it:

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fruta chinaArbusto tropical perenne, perteneciente la familia Oxalidaceae. Mide tres a cinco metros, sus frutos se presentan en racimos de bayas, se comen cocidos. El consumo de estos está asociado con intoxicaciones en personas sensibles.Rate it:

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in China fällt ein Sack Reis umA metaphor referring to an entirely uninteresting and non-notable event.Rate it:

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like a bull in a china shopBoisterous, awkward, rough, disrespectful, careless. :Rate it:

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like a bull in a china shopClumsy, aggressive, without care or concern, without self-control.Rate it:

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like a bull in a china shopClumsily, aggressively, without care or concern, without self-control.Rate it:

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made in chinaCheaply manufactured in East Asia.Rate it:

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made in chinaManufactured in the People's Republic of China.Rate it:

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mainland ChinaAlso used other than as an idiom: see mainland, China.Rate it:

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Nixon goes to Chinathe ability of a politician with an unassailable reputation among his or her supporters for representing and defending their values to take actions that would draw their criticism and even opposition if taken by someone without those credentials.Rate it:

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