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abound withTo have something in great numbers or quantities; to possess in such abundance as to be characterized by.Rate it:

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hard nut to crackA situation, person, group, etc. which is difficult to overcome or deal with.Rate it:

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necessity is the mother of inventionA person who is in great need of something will find a way to get it.Rate it:

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no biggieNot a big deal, not something to worry about.Rate it:

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suck it upTo put up with something; to deal with something, such as pain or misfortune, without complaining.Rate it:

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walk it offTo deal with an negative emotional event without complaint; to take it like a man.Rate it:

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Hollywood momentAn act of great drama.Rate it:

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smell of the lampTo bear marks of great study and labor.Rate it:

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traffSomeone with a great sense of humor.Rate it:

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if you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchenIf you cannot handle the pressure, you should not be in a position where you have to deal with it.Rate it:

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a lotvery much; a great deal; to a large extent.Rate it:

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a page turnerA story, a book, an article of great interest can become a page turner.Rate it:

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a whopper-dooperPrize Winning, Top Banana, First Rate, First Class, Winner, Great, Glorious, Grand, Super Duper. Superlative.Rate it:

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Aaron's beardA common name for several plants, which have tufts of stamens.[First attested in the late 19 century.]Cymbalaria muralis (ivy-leaved toadflax, Kenilworth ivy)Hypericum calycinum (great St. John's-wort, Jerusalem star)Saxifraga stolonifera (creeping saxifrage, strawberry geranium)Opuntia leucotricha (arborescent prickly pear, Aaron's beard cactus)Rate it:

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Aaron's beardHypericum calycinum (great St. John's-wort, Jerusalem star)Rate it:

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abound inTo have something in great numbers or quantities; to possess in such abundance as to be characterized by.Rate it:

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all hell broke looseA great disaster happened or chaos ensued.Rate it:

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au grand dam deto the great displeasure ofRate it:

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balls-outExtreme, extremely greatRate it:

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balls-outWith great abandon.Rate it:

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beddable[...] feminine, great body great legs great taste, trained and beddable, Jesus, how beddable.Rate it:

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bend over backwardsTo make a great effort; to take extraordinary care; to go to great lengths.Rate it:

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BFDbig deal. (initialism for big fucking deal)Rate it:

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big wheelA person with a great deal of power or influence, especially a high-ranking person in an organization.Rate it:

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bright shiny objectAn item that attracts a great deal of attention because of its superficial characteristics.Rate it:

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bring up againstTo cause someone to have to solve a problem or deal with an issue.Rate it:

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build a better mousetrapTo invent the next great thing; to have a better idea.Rate it:

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bullyGood, Great, sonderful: British ejaculation!Rate it:

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busted flushAnything which ends up worthless despite great potential.Rate it:

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cakewalkSomething that is easy or simple, or that does not present a great challenge.Rate it:

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call off the dogsTo ease up on after inflicting great punishment.Rate it:

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catbird seatExpression used to describe an enviable position, often one of great advantage.Rate it:

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chew the meat and spit out the bonesTo take in a great deal of information and selectively disregard some of it as invalid or inapplicableRate it:

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ci corre quanto dal cielo alla terraThere is a very great differenceRate it:

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ci penso ioI'll deal with it, I'll handle it.Rate it:

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claw backTo recover or retake, with great effort, something that was lost.Rate it:

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come to gripsTo confront or deal with directly.Rate it:

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come to grips withTo confront or deal with directly; to commence a confrontation.Rate it:

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coming out of one's earsIn great or excess quantity.Rate it:

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company manA male employee who has a great-and often, in the view of others, an excessive-commitment to serving the interests of the organization which employs him.Rate it:

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cook up a stormTo do a large amount of cooking at once; to prepare a great deal of cooked food.Rate it:

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country mileA long way, a great distance.Rate it:

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crash togetherTo cause objects to collide with great force.Rate it:

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crawl withTo include or be covered with swarms or large numbers of (something, especially insects or people); to have in great numbers or multitudes.Rate it:

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cross that bridge when one comes to itTo deal with a problem or situation only when it arises.Rate it:

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cut throughto deal with an issue quicklyRate it:

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dispose ofTo deal with conclusively with a threat or a difficult situation.Rate it:

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doTo deal with for good and all; to finish up; to undo; to ruin; to do for.Rate it:

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do right byTo treat, deal with, or act toward (someone) in a morally just, socially honorable fashion.Rate it:

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dog racismPaying large sum of money for "pedigree dogs", attaching great importance to the breed of a pet.Rate it:

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