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heads will rollSome people will be fired for incompetence.Rate it:

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butt headsTo argue uncompromisingly with someone.Rate it:

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

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

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

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cooler heads will prevailPeople who are calm and focused are the most likely to succeed or to have the greatest influence on events.Rate it:

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crowned headsmonarchsRate it:

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heads I win, tails you loseSaid to describe a conflict in which someone has a particular advantage from the start.Rate it:

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heads or tailsA game to bet upon a which side of a coin lays face up after it is thrown.Rate it:

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heads or tailsThe practice of flipping a coin in the air, to choose between two alternatives based on which side lands face up.Rate it:

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heads upUsed as an informal warning, caution, or call for attention; pay attention!.Rate it:

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heads-upA warning or call to pay attention; an advisory notice.Rate it:

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keep your heads down!A military admonishment to infantrymen while crawling under barbed wire or across terrain toward the enemy.Rate it:

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turn headsTo garner a considerable amount of attention.Rate it:

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two heads are better than oneSome problems may be solved more easily by two (or more) people working together than by one working alone.Rate it:

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let the good times rollTo have fun or live fully; may imply letting things that are going well proceed.Rate it:

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roll back the yearsTo produce a sense of nostalgiaRate it:

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get ready to roll!Prepare to Move Out!, Get it in Gear and Fast!Rate it:

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go for a roll in the hayTo have sex.Rate it:

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let's rollUsed to suggest that an action should begin.Rate it:

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on a rollHaving a streak of good luck or good progress or success.Rate it:

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roll aroundto move about on the ground while rotating and turning one's bodyRate it:

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roll aroundto be considered, without much coherence, in someone's mindRate it:

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roll aroundTo indulge in sexual intercourse (with)Rate it:

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roll aroundto happen, occur, take placeRate it:

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roll backTo return to a prior state.Rate it:

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roll backTo postpone.Rate it:

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roll backTo retreat.Rate it:

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roll down the windowsTo flail one's arms in a circular motion when off-balance, as to mimic the act of rolling down a car window.Rate it:

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roll inTo arrive casually at a place.Rate it:

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roll into come in an unstoppable flow.Rate it:

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roll in one's graveUsed other than as an idiom: see roll, in, one's, grave.Rate it:

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roll in one's graveAlternative form of turn in one's grave.Rate it:

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roll in the aislesTo laugh uproariously.Rate it:

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roll in wealthTo be very rich.Rate it:

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roll off the tongueTo proceed into oral expression in a manner which is fluent, appealing, or glib.Rate it:

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roll onTo pass; to go on; to elapse.Rate it:

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roll onTo continue to move forwards.Rate it:

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roll onTo snitch or tattle, to reveal a secret under pressure, usually regarding criminal matters.Rate it:

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roll one's eyesTo deliberately turn one's eyes upwards, usually to indicate disapproval, indifference or frustration.Rate it:

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roll outTo deploy.Rate it:

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roll outUsed other than as an idiom: see roll, out.Rate it:

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roll out the red carpetTo extend the utmost hospitality; to treat someone as an honored guest; to welcome or host, especially in a showy or extravagant manner.Rate it:

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roll overTo make a rolling motion or turn.Rate it:

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roll overTo cause a rolling motion or turn.Rate it:

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roll overTo give in to.Rate it:

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roll overTo reinvest funds from a maturing financial security in the same or similar investment.Rate it:

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roll overTo reinvest funds from a lottery into a subsequent one, because nobody won itRate it:

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