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what else is newImplies that the situation is and always has been unsatisfactory.Rate it:

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or elseGo now, or else you'll have to stay all night.Rate it:

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doing somebody else's laundryShe married someone else.Rate it:

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if nothing elseAt the very least, as a minimumRate it:

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or elseotherwiseRate it:

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or elseClean up your room, or else!.Rate it:

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or elseOtherwise or as an alternative.Rate it:

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all that jazzEverything else related to something; other similar things.Rate it:

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zone outTo stop paying attention and think about something else, or to think about nothing.Rate it:

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pit againstTo set someone in opposition to someone else.Rate it:

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strike upTo start something with somebody else. Usually a conversation or relationship.Rate it:

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back-to-backWith one's back facing somebody else's back.Rate it:

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move onTo start dealing with something else.Rate it:

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on all foursSimilar in nature or effect to something else; consistent.Rate it:

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switch offTo lose interest, and start thinking about something else.Rate it:

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gang up onTo join together in a gang in order to overpower someone else.Rate it:

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darken somebody's doorstepTo enter somebody else's home uninvited.Rate it:

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a otro perro con ese huesoyou can't fool me, go tell that to somebody else; tell it to the marinesRate it:

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above the lawExempt from the laws that apply to everyone else.Rate it:

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all-conqueringthis is used when you are describing someone or something as better than anyone else. They are at the top level they can beRate it:

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alles anderes ist Menschenwerk“Everything else is the work of man.” “Everything else is a human construct.”Rate it:

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bank upTo press a mound of something against something else.Rate it:

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bar noneWithout exception; excluding nothing else of the same kind.Rate it:

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beat somebody to the punchTo do something before somebody else is able to.Rate it:

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beat someone to the punchTo do something before somebody else is able to.Rate it:

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burst outTo appear suddenly from within something else.Rate it:

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buy timePurposefully cause a delay to something, in order to achieve something else.Rate it:

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change handsTo become the property of someone else; to be bought or sold.Rate it:

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cuddle upTo lie or sit in a comfortable, relaxed position, especially holding someone else.Rate it:

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cut baitTo give up on something in order to pursue something else.Rate it:

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dead men's shoesA position or property that is only attainable by someone else upon the current holder's death.Rate it:

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do the mathYou can do the calculation yourself, with the implication that you don't have to trust someone else's assertions.Rate it:

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drug dealAn illegal business transaction where cash or something else of value is exchanged for illegal drugs, usually conducted in a clandestine manner.Rate it:

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esculpido em Carraradoppelganger; someone physically very similar to someone else.Rate it:

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fall victimto suffer as a result of external circumstances or someone else's actionsRate it:

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fancypantsAlternative spelling of fancy pants. The condition of being overly showy; concerned more about one's reputation than anything else.Rate it:

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field dayA great time or a great deal to do, at somebody else's expense.Rate it:

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first of allFirstly; before anything else.Rate it:

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first offFirstly; before anything else.Rate it:

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first upFirstly; before anything else.Rate it:

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fly in the ointmentSomething which ruins or spoils everything else; a nuisance or problem; an unpleasant or disagreeable detail.Rate it:

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get a fixTo obtain something necessary, especially a dose of an addictive drug or anything else compulsively sought after.Rate it:

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get out of someone's hairTo manipulate somebody into quit pestering somebody else.Rate it:

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glance awayTo look at something else briefly, then look back again.Rate it:

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gravy trainA gorging on luxuries, since someone else foots the bill.Rate it:

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hold all the acesTo be in a strong position when one is competing with someone else, having all the advantages.Rate it:

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hold the cardsTo be in a strong position, possessing significant advantages over someone else; to be in control of a situation involving multiple parties.Rate it:

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huckleberry above a persimmonSomething better than something else.Rate it:

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hutch upto move slightly, in order to make room for someone; for example to move in a bed to make room for someone else to lie, or to move sideways on on a seat so as to allow someone room to sit and share that same seat.Rate it:

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I couldn't have said it better myselfUsed to wholeheartedly agree with somebody else's remarkRate it:

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