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live outto pass time or to pass the remainder of one's life, especially in a particular place or situationRate it:

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live paycheck to paycheckTo spend all that one earns without saving anything.Rate it:

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live the dreamTo experience the achievement of every success that one has aspired to achieve, especially from a career.Rate it:

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living deathA condition of suffering, solitude, or impairment so extreme as to deprive one's existence of all happiness and meaning.Rate it:

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living high on the hogLiving richly, often above one's meansRate it:

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lone gunmanAn individual person who acts on his or her own initiative, without partners, especially one who has sole responsibility for doing something questionable, confidential, or iniquitous.Rate it:

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look aroundTo turn one's head to see what is behind oneself.Rate it:

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look at the winter trees, cold-hearted; cruel; apathetically ignorant.The 'winter trees' are my family, and they are exactly as I have described.Rate it:

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look offTo mislead by directing one's apparent attention away from one's true object of intent.Rate it:

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look offTo put off by one's facial expression.Rate it:

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look roundTo turn one's head to see what is behind oneself.Rate it:

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looking like a wrecka self-realization of one's negative appearance because of unfortunate or unintentional circumstances.Rate it:

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loose changeCoins of little value kept in one's pocket or bag.Rate it:

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lord it overTo behave as if one is in control of; to make a display of having an advantage over or superiority to.Rate it:

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lose itTo be explosively angry; to lose one's temper.Rate it:

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lose the plotTo have one's results decline severely in quality or suddenly fall below an acceptable standard, especially when compared to past excellence.Rate it:

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lost soulOne who is forlorn, who lacks direction, purpose, or motivation in life.Rate it:

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love gogglesblindness to criticism or objectivity directed at a person that one is in love with.Rate it:

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lower the boomTo use one's superior physical strength; clobber.Rate it:

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lowest point in my lifeTo experience extrene depression as a result of certain circumstances, loss of a lov'd one, financial or personal reverses, physical or emotional deprivation.Rate it:

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lucky devilsomeone with astounding good luck.Rate it:

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lucky dogsomeone with astounding good luck.Rate it:

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lump itTo endure, accept, put up with a situation one does not like.Rate it:

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mad moneyA sum of money kept in reserve or to insulate oneself financially in the event of the sudden breakdown of a relationship in which one is economically dependent.Rate it:

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made for each otherWell suited to be in a relationship with one another, especially as romantic or marital partners.Rate it:

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made of sterner stuffstrong and determined (especially more so than someone else, to whom one is being compared).Rate it:

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main manOne's closest male friend.Rate it:

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major inTo take as one's major field of study in an institute of tertiary education.Rate it:

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make a livingTo earn enough income to support oneself and, if applicable, one's family.Rate it:

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make a moveTo initiate a conversation or perform an action intended to engage the willing attention of a person in whom one has a romantic or sexual interest.Rate it:

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make a virtue of necessityTo make the best of a difficult situation; to recast or portray an action or situation in which one has no alternatives as an action or situation which was deliberately chosen on its merits.Rate it:

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make it rainto throw a substantial amount of paper money so that it falls on a crowd, audience, performer, or group of performers, often as a way to show off one's wealthRate it:

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make oneself at homeTo make oneself comfortable as if one were in one's own home.Rate it:

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make someone's blood boilTo cause a person to feel angry or very annoyed, especially in situation in which one cannot fully display that feeling to others.Rate it:

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make something of oneselfTo attempt to be successful on one's own initiative.Rate it:

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making a mountain out of a molehillIn the process of making a judgement call relative to a situation or incident one can easily gather unconfirmed reports, unsubstantiated evidence which can lead to making a mountain out of a molehill.Rate it:

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man and boyDuring one's manhood and during one's boyhoodRate it:

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man of the peopleOne who shows understanding of and sympathy for the concerns of ordinary people, and who has a rapport with and acceptance by ordinary people.Rate it:

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man on the streetAn ordinary member of the general public, especially one who lacks special expertise.Rate it:

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man upTo "be a man about it"; to do the things a good man is traditionally expected to do, such as: taking responsibility for the consequences of one's actions; displaying bravery or toughness in the face of adversity; providing for one's family, etc.Rate it:

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man-of-warAn armed naval vessel, primarily one armed with cannon and propelled by sails.Rate it:

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manoeuvre the apostlesTo rob Peter to pay Paul; that is, to borrow money of one man to pay another.Rate it:

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map out my dayAn action to formulate, plan, schedule one's energies, or attention to various agendas in order of importance:Rate it:

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march to the beat of a different drumTo do things in one's own way regardless of societal norms and expectations.Rate it:

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mark down asTo come to a conclusion about someone or something; to make a note of one's conclusion about someone or something.Rate it:

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mark my wordsListen to me; used before a statement one wishes to emphasize.Rate it:

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max outTo reach the limit of one's capabilities.Rate it:

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may the force be with youUsed to wish someone luck with a difficult endeavor.Rate it:

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may the Force not be with youUsed to wish someone bad luck.Rate it:

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mechanically inclinedTo understand/predict how various objects react or behave with one another. Physics is a huge aspect of this.Rate it:

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