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a cold day in JulyThe time of occurrence of an event that will never happen.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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born on the fourth of julyDemonstratively patriotic.Rate it:

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empty vessels make the most soundnoisy, opinionated people are often stupid.Rate it:

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for the most partMostly; in general; usually.Rate it:

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happy 4th of JulyAlternative spelling of happy Fourth of JulyRate it:

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happy Fourth of JulyA greeting used during the United States Independence Day to recognize its celebration.Rate it:

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imitation is the most sincere form of flattery.Actually doing what another does is the greatest compliment.Rate it:

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make the most ofTo profit as much as possible from.Rate it:

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history repeats itselfThings that have happened in the past will happen again.Rate it:

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ancient historyThat which happened a long time ago and not worth discussing any more.Rate it:

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ancient historyA period of history generally seen as occurring before the Middle Ages, that is, before the fall of the Roman Empire. Includes Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome.Rate it:

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make historyTo do something that will be remembered widely for a long time.Rate it:

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on the wrong side of historyHaving policies or practices that are perceived as not progressive or enlightened; behaving in a manner that reflects out-of-date or disapproved opinions.Rate it:

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the rest is historyUsed to indicate that one does not need to give extra details about a story as it is too complicated or already well-known.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOrdinary or mundane.Rate it:

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on a cloudy day i saw a rainbow, on the day i saw you , you gave a stormOn better days there's a plot of getting ahead than on a bad day.Rate it:

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day after dayFor an indefinite number of days.Rate it:

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day in, day outEvery day; daily; constantly or continuously; especially, of something that has become routine or monotonous.Rate it:

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day-to-dayHappening every day.Rate it:

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day-to-daySubject to daily redetermination.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOn a daily basis.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOrdinary, monotonous routine; that which is usual or mundane.Rate it:

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every day is a school dayYou learn something new every day.Rate it:

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every secondEvery other; each alternate.Rate it:

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every secondUsed other than as an idiom: Once per second.Rate it:

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every secondVery frequently; more frequently than is desired.Rate it:

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have second thoughtsTo change one's opinion, or be uneasy about a previous decision.Rate it:

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just a secondOnly one second; a passage of time one-sixtieth of a minute in duration.Rate it:

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just a secondA short period of time, typically anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes or more.Rate it:

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just a secondStop; wait. Used to indicate that the speaker wishes the previous speaker or the proceedings to stop so that he or she can comment on what has been said or has happened so far.Rate it:

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on second thoughtAfter reconsidering; on further consideration.Rate it:

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play second fiddleTo play a subsidiary or subordinate role to someone or something else.Rate it:

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second bananaA comedian who plays a secondary or supporting role, especially as straight man and traditionally in vaudeville or burlesque theatre.Rate it:

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second bananaA person who serves in a supporting, secondary, or subsidiary capacity; an assistant.Rate it:

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second childhoodA childlike state in any adult, resulting from mental illness, trauma, or other conditions.Rate it:

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second childhoodThe period or state of cognitive decline of an elderly person, characterized by childlike judgment and behavior.Rate it:

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second fiddleA fiddle part in harmony to the first fiddle.Rate it:

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second fiddleA sidekick or subordinate, or the role of such a person.Rate it:

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second fiddleThe person playing second fiddle.Rate it:

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second gearThe second lowest gearing available from a gearbox.Rate it:

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second handusedRate it:

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second natureA mindset, skill, or type of behavior so ingrained through habit or practice that it seems natural, automatic, or without a basis in conscious thought.Rate it:

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second sightclairvoyanceRate it:

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second stringIn sports, a unit of players that plays behind the first string.Rate it:

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second stringNot as good; of a lower quality or condition.Rate it:

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second Tuesday of the weekA time that will never come.Rate it:

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second-guessto vet or evaluate; to criticize or correct, often by hindsight, by presuming to have a better idea, method, etc.Rate it:

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second-guessPresumably from trying to guess with second sight.Rate it:

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