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well ain't that the catfish in the trapA sentence commonly spoken in the Southern United States. It can often be used in place of "well, I'll be damned". Used to express surprise.Rate it:

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well, well, wellIndicating pondering or consideration, often with sarcasm or mock surprise.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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holy catfishExpression of terror, awe, surprise, astonishment, etc.Rate it:

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honey trapThe use of a seductive woman to entice a man into revealing secret information.Rate it:

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shut one's trapTo stop talking; to be quiet.Rate it:

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all's well that ends wellProblems do not matter if things turn out well in the end.Rate it:

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ain't no mountain high enoughno barrier or obstacle will stand in one's way in reaching his/her objectiveRate it:

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if it ain't broke, don't fix itLeave something alone; avoid correcting, fixing, or improving what is already sufficient, as it could end up being detrimentalRate it:

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it ain't over 'til the fat lady singsThere are more developments yet to come.Rate it:

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denial ain't just a river in EgyptAlternative form of denial is not a river in EgyptRate it:

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if it ain't broken, don't fix itAlternative form of if it ain't broke, don't fix itRate it:

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it ain't the whistle that pulls the trainAlternative form of it's not the whistle that pulls the train.Rate it:

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get wellTo recover from an illness or injury.Rate it:

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one may as well hang for a sheep as a lambIf one is going to commit a sin, it may as well be a major one as a minor one.Rate it:

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very wellIndicating acceptance, often with resignation or acquiescence, of a statement or situation.Rate it:

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all very wellAll right, to a certain extent.Rate it:

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if you want a thing done well, do it yourselfIt is better to do something oneself, than rely on others to do it well.Rate it:

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well, i neverAn exclamation of great surprise.Rate it:

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as well asAnd in addition.Rate it:

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well to doquite wealthyRate it:

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well-oiledefficient, efficiently runRate it:

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as wellIn addition; also.Rate it:

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all very wellTrue, as far as it goes.Rate it:

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all well and goodBasically good, but with some shortcoming or limitation.Rate it:

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as wellTo the same effect.Rate it:

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as well asUsed other than as an idiom: see as, well.Rate it:

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as well asIn addition to; further to.Rate it:

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do well by doing goodTo achieve social acceptance or financial success as a result of behaving in a benevolent or charitable manner.Rate it:

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do well for oneselfTo thrive or succeed.Rate it:

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fare thee wellGoodbye, farewell.Rate it:

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get wellTo recover from financial straits.Rate it:

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get well soonExpressing hope that the listener will soon recover from illness.Rate it:

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leave well enough aloneTo leave something alone; to avoid attempts to correct, fix, or improve what is already sufficient.Rate it:

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leave well enough aloneTo leave something alone; to avoid attempts to correct, fix, or improve what is already sufficientRate it:

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let well aloneDo not interfere.Rate it:

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ne'er do welluselessRate it:

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oh wellAn expression of mild disappointment or resignation; too bad; pity.Rate it:

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oh, wellAn expression of disappointment or resignation; too bad; pity.Rate it:

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play well with othersTo habitually demonstrate social skills by engaging agreeably in social or work activities.Rate it:

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to a fare-thee-wellTo the greatest extent or to completion; to a state of refinement or perfection.Rate it:

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very wellUsed other than as an idiom: see very, well.Rate it:

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very wellUsed to weaken the effect of certain modal verbs.Rate it:

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well and goodBasically good, but with some shortcoming or limitation.Rate it:

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well and trulyutterly; completely; without doubtRate it:

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well begun is half doneMuch depends on the beginning of an endeavor.Rate it:

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well donePerformed well.Rate it:

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well done my boyCompletion of something special, a challenging task.Rate it:

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well hungHaving been left for a time, normally hanging, to encourage tenderness.Rate it:

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well hungHaving male genitalia of pleasing proportions.Rate it:

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