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-  Be interested in someone
-  Be interested in something
-  Be involved in an affair
-  Be jeopardized
-  Be judgemental
-  Be just a cog in the machine
-  Be kept under lock and key
-  Be killed in a car accident
-  Be kind to someone
-  Be kind-hearted
-  Be kneeling
-  Be landed with someone
-  Be landed with something
-  Be lapping it up
-  Be late
-  Be leaning on the windowsill
-  Be left on one's own
-  Be left to one's own devices
-  Be left with egg on one's face
-  Be legally responsible
-  Be level-headed
-  Be liable to tax
-  Be Libra
-  Be like a bear with a sore head
-  Be like a bull in a china shop
-  Be like a cat on hot bricks
-  Be like her
-  Be like him
-  Be likely to...
-  Be living together
-  Be loaded
-  Be loaded down with packages
-  Be looking for a fight
-  Be looking forward to the weekend
-  Be losing one's appetite over it
-  Be losing one's marbles
-  Be losing the touch
-  Be lost in thought
-  Be lost in wonder
-  Be lost with all hands
-  Be love's young dream
-  Be lucky
-  Be lucky to be doing something
-  Be lying down
-  Be lying down on one's back
-  Be lying down on something
-  Be lying in a pool of blood
-  Be lying in wait
-  Be lying through one's teeth
-  Be mad at someone
-  Be made in one piece
-  Be madly in love with someone
-  Be making things worse for oneself
-  Be middle manager
-  Be moved by...
-  Be much the same
-  Be mugged
-  Be my guest!
-  Be narrow-minded
-  Be nearing one's goal
-  Be never at a loss for words
-  Be nit-picking
-  Be no spring chicken
-  Be noisy
-  Be none the wiser
-  Be not feeling oneself
-  Be not qualified to...
-  Be not up to it
-  Be not very bright
-  Be not very keen on doing something
-  Be not very organized
-  Be not very talkative
-  Be of French origin
-  Be of major importance
-  Be of the same opinion
-  Be of the same opinion as someone
-  Be of use to someone
-  Be off one's nut
-  Be off to a bad start
-  Be old
-  Be old enough to get married
-  Be older than someone
-  Be on a downer
-  Be on a losing streak
-  Be on a winning streak
-  Be on an equal footing with someone
-  Be on antibiotics
-  Be on at someone
-  Be on bad terms with someone
-  Be on board
-  Be on cloud nine
-  Be on duty
-  Be on easy street
-  Be on edge
-  Be on form
-  Be on good terms with someone
-  Be on hold
-  Be on holiday
-  Be on one's hands and knees
-  Be on one's last legs
-  Be on one's toes
-  Be on one's way to doing something
-  Be on sick leave
-  Be on tenterhooks
-  Be on the agenda
-  Be on the air
-  Be on the dole
-  Be on the lookout for something
-  Be on the move
-  Be on the phone
-  Be on the phone to someone
-  Be on the right track
-  Be on the run
-  Be on the verge of despair
-  Be on the verge of tears
-  Be on the warpath
-  Be on the way
-  Be on vacation
-  Be on welfare
-  Be one of the leading lights
-  Be one of the leading lights in a field
-  Be one of the old school
-  Be one's old self again
-  Be only available on cable
-  Be only fit to be made into handkerchiefs
-  Be onto a winner
-  Be out in the sticks
-  Be out of breath
-  Be out of circulation
-  Be out of plumb
-  Be out of sorts
-  Be outdistanced
-  Be outdistanced by...
-  Be outstripped
-  Be outstripped by...
-  Be over a drop
-  Be over the hill
-  Be over the hump
-  Be overburdened with taxes
-  Be pacing up and down
-  Be paid annually
-  Be paid monthly
-  Be paid yearly
-  Be partial to someone
-  Be past one's prime
-  Be patient
-  Be payable by someone
-  Be penniless
-  Be penny wise and pound foolish
-  Be pissed off
-  Be playing both sides
-  Be playing hooky
-  Be playing truant
-  Be pleasantly surprised
-  Be plumb
-  Be poles apart
-  Be power hungry
-  Be prejudiced
-  Be prepared to give someone the benefit of the doubt
-  Be prior to...
-  Be promoted
-  Be pulling someone's leg
-  Be pushed for time
-  Be put in the dock
-  Be putting someone on
-  Be putting the squeeze on someone
-  Be quick-tempered
-  Be quiet!
-  Be quite a character
-  Be quite willing to...
-  Be racked by remorse
-  Be rational
-  Be ready to drop
-  Be ready to play ball
-  Be really awkward
-  Be really busy
-  Be really good fun
-  Be really had
-  Be really heartless
-  Be really into computers
-  Be really into jazz
-  Be really mad
-  Be really thick
-  Be recognized as a pedigree dog
-  Be reduced to that
-  Be related by alliance
-  Be renovated with all modern conveniences
-  Be renovated with all modern mod cons
-  Be responsible for...
-  Be retired
-  Be right on the corner
-  Be rolled up in a ball
-  Be rolling in it
-  Be rolling in money
-  Be running after something
-  Be running with sweat
-  Be sad
-  Be safe
-  Be safe from...
-  Be saved by the bell
-  Be scared
-  Be scared out of one's wits
-  Be scared stiff
-  Be second to none
-  Be secretive
-  Be self-assured
-  Be self-employed
-  Be sending out an SOS
-  Be senior manager
-  Be sensible
-  Be seriously handicapped
-  Be serving a life sentence
-  Be set back from the... street
-  Be set fair
-  Be set in one's ways
-  Be shaking in one's boots
-  Be shaking like a leaf
-  Be sheltered
-  Be sheltered from...
-  Be short of breath
-  Be short of something
-  Be short-tempered
-  Be shown outside the competition
-  Be sick and tired of it
-  Be sick at heart
-  Be sick with jealousy
-  Be similar to...
-  Be singing a different tune
-  Be single-minded
-  Be sitting down
-  Be sitting pretty
-  Be skating on thin ice
-  Be slow on the uptake
-  Be slumped in an armchair
-  Be slumped over one's desk
-  Be small beer
-  Be small fry
-  Be small potatoes
-  Be so nice
-  Be someone of a different calibre
-  Be someone's right-hand man
-  Be sore all over
-  Be sparing with compliments
-  Be specialized in technical subjects
-  Be spinning yards by the fireside
-  Be splitting hairs
-  Be spoiling for a fight
-  Be spoilt for choice
-  Be stark raving mad
-  Be starving
-  Be stationary
-  Be sticking to one's guns
-  Be still half asleep
-  Be still in a state of shock
-  Be still in shock
-  Be still okay
-  Be still relevant today
-  Be still wet behind the ears
-  Be stinking rich
-  Be stony broke
-  Be struck dumb with admiration
-  Be struggling to find the right words
-  Be stuck at home
-  Be stuck at the office
-  Be stuck in the lift
-  Be stuck on someone
-  Be stuck with someone
-  Be stupid enough to...
-  Be stupid enough to refuse...
-  Be subject to...
-  Be successful again
-  Be such a pain
-  Be suffering agonies
-  Be suffering from leukaemia
-  Be suited to...
-  Be supposed to do something
-  Be sure of doing...
-  Be sure of something
-  Be sure that...
-  Be sure that everything will go well
-  Be surprised
-  Be swindled
-  Be taking someone for a ride
-  Be talented
-  Be talkative
-  Be teaching
-  Be tearing one's hair out doing something
-  Be teeming with ideas
-  Be ten
-  Be the best in one's field
-  Be the black sheep of the family
-  Be the brains behind the job
-  Be the cashier
-  Be the court jester
-  Be the first to hear a piece of news
-  Be the head of government
-  Be the head of state
-  Be the head of the family
-  Be the householder
-  Be the leader
-  Be the life and soul
-  Be the same age
-  Be the spitting image of somebody
-  Be the spitting image of someone
-  Be there when one's wife has the baby
-  Be thin
-  Be thinking of doing something
-  Be through the mill
-  Be throwing in the sponge
-  Be ticklish
-  Be tight-fisted
-  Be tilting at windmills
-  Be tinned
-  Be told off
-  Be too fond of the bottle
-  Be too stupid for words
-  Be topical
-  Be torn between several...
-  Be torn to pieces by the media
-  Be totally incapable of doing something
-  Be trained on the job
-  Be trendy
-  Be true to yourself!
-  Be trying to cloud the issue
-  Be trying to save one's bacon
-  Be two hours early
-  Be ugly as sin
-  Be unable to do something
-  Be unappetizing
-  Be uncomfortable
-  Be uncomfortably seated
-  Be unconscious
-  Be under arrest
-  Be under cover
-  Be under someone's influence
-  Be under someone's spell
-  Be under someone's thumb
-  Be unemployed
-  Be unfaithful to someone
-  Be unlucky
-  Be untreated
-  Be up and about
-  Be up shit creek without a paddle
-  Be up to one's ears in debt
-  Be up to the eyes in work
-  Be used to getting one's own way
-  Be useless
-  Be useless at...
-  Be vanilla-flavoured
-  Be very attentive towards someone
-  Be very fine
-  Be very gifted
-  Be very glad to see someone
-  Be very hung-up
-  Be very keen to do something
-  Be very lucky
-  Be very much at one with oneself
-  Be very proper
-  Be very slapdash with one's work
-  Be very well
-  Be waiting for...
-  Be waiting for someone
-  Be waiting for someone outside the building
-  Be waiting for someone to come
-  Be walking a tightrope
-  Be walking on air
-  Be walking on eggshells
-  Be walking up and down
-  Be wandering about like a lost soul
-  Be warm
-  Be wasp-waisted
-  Be wearing trousers
-  Be weightless
-  Be well
-  Be well ahead
-  Be well ahead of the others
-  Be well ahead with...
-  Be well ahead with one's work
-  Be well received
-  Be well-advised to do something
-  Be well-built
-  Be well-equipped against something
-  Be well-equipped to do something
-  Be well-off
-  Be well-preserved for one's age
-  Be well-upholstered
-  Be wide off the mark
-  Be willing to help someone
-  Be with it
-  Be with someone
-  Be working on a book
-  Be worried sick
-  Be wrapped in Cellophane
-  Be wrong
-  Bear fruit
-  Beat a retreat
-  Beat out the rhythm
-  Beat someone hands down
-  Beat someone up
-  Beat the hell out of someone
-  Beat to a pulp
-  Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
-  Beauty is only skin-deep
-  Because of...
-  Become a down-and-out
-  Become a homeowner
-  Become a world boxing champion
-  Become allied to a country
-  Become attached to...
-  Become attached to someone
-  Become aware of something
-  Become commonplace
-  Become fond of...
-  Become fond of someone
-  Become friends with someone again
-  Become infatuated with someone
-  Become more important
-  Become routine
-  Become world champion
-  Become world champion once again
-  Beep
-  Before I knew it...
-  Beg
-  Beg for alms
-  Beggars can't be choosers
-  Begin by doing something
-  Begin one's career
-  Begin one's working life
-  Begin to do something
-  Begin to get nervous
-  Begin with...
-  Begin with something
-  Behave as if nothing had happened
-  Behave badly towards someone
-  Behave despicably towards someone
-  Behave well towards someone
-  Behind someone's back
-  Belong to a club for retired people
-  Belong to a gymnastics club
-  Belt up!
-  Bend double
-  Bend down
-  Bend one's head
-  Bend over backwards
-  Bend over backwards to help someone
-  Beneath her kind-hearted facade...
-  Beneath his kind-hearted facade...
-  Benefit someone
-  Better eye sore than all blind
-  Better late than never
-  Better safe than sorry
-  Better to get an egg today than a hen tomorrow
-  Between you, me, and the gatepost...
-  Beyond a shadow of a doubt
-  Bide one's time
-  Big deal!
-  Big silly!
-  Birds in their little nests agree!
-  Birds of a feather flock together
-  Bite into an apple
-  Bite the hand that feeds you
-  Blackmail someone
-  Bleed someone dry
-  Bless someone
-  Bless you!
-  Blink
-  Blink one's eyes
-  Block the view
-  Blockade...
-  Blow a fuse
-  Blow glass
-  Blow one's brains out
-  Blow one's top
-  Blow the cobwebs away
-  Blow the whistle on something
-  Blow-dry one's hair
-  Boil...
-  Boil fast
-  Boil water
-  Bombard someone with calls
-  Bombard someone with questions
-  Bon appétit!
-  Book a double room
-  Book a hotel room
-  Book a single room
-  Bop till you drop
-  Bore someone stiff
-  Bother one's head about it
-  Bottle
-  Bottle-feed
-  Bottoms up!
-  Bow to the audience
-  Box
-  Boys will be boys
-  Braid hair
-  Braid one's hair
-  Brave the bad weather
-  Break a glass
-  Break a leg!
-  Break all listening records
-  Break all viewing records
-  Break down constantly
-  Break new ground
-  Break one's hip
-  Break one's leg
-  Break out in a cold sweat
-  Break something in two
-  Break something into pieces
-  Break the ice
-  Break with a sharp snap
-  Break with someone
-  Break with tradition
-  Breath one's last
-  Breathe deeply
-  Breed battery hens
-  Brevity is the soul of wit
-  Bring it to her!
-  Bring it to him!
-  Bring it to it!
-  Bring it to me!
-  Bring someone luck
-  Bring the house down
-  Broadcast raw data
-  Browse through a book
-  Bruise one's arm
-  Bruise one's leg
-  Brush one's hair
-  Brush one's teeth
-  Bubble
-  Build a fire station
-  Build a hotel complex
-  Build a water tower
-  Build castles in the air
-  Build self-confidence
-  Bump someone up to first class
-  Bungle it
-  Burn one's tongue
-  Burn the candle at both ends
-  Burn the midnight oil
-  Burn the roast
-  Burn to death
-  Burst into a room
-  Burst into tears
-  Burst out laughing
-  Burst somewhere
-  Bury one's head in the sand
-  Bury the hatchet
-  Bust a blood vessel
-  Bust out of a prison van
-  Bust up everything
-  Butter wouldn't melt in her mouth!
-  Butter wouldn't melt in his mouth!
-  Buy a draft horse
-  Buy a draught horse
-  Buy a gas bottle
-  Buy a little something for someone
-  Buy a roll-on deodorant
-  Buy a season ticket
-  Buy a season ticket for...
-  Buy a shirt with matching tie
-  Buy a writing pad
-  Buy and sell on the black market
-  Buy oneself something
-  Buy something
-  Buy something for someone
-  Buy something from someone
-  Buy something under the counter
-  Buy two pairs of boxer shorts
-  By airmail
-  By contrast...
-  By far
-  By far the best
-  By means of...
-  By my reckoning...
-  By now...
-  By the fireside...
-  By the lake
-  By the river
-  By the roadside
-  By the skin of their teeth
-  By the way, ...
-  By the way, this product is not targeted at the right market
-  By word of mouth



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