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-  c/o Mr Carme
-  Calculate that...
-  Call a spade a spade  (élocution)
-  Call a spade a spade  (verbe)
-  Call for help
-  Call for someone
-  Call into question
-  Call it a day
-  Call on...
-  Call on someone
-  Call out someone's name
-  Call out the army
-  Call someone
-  Call someone's attention to a problem
-  Call someone's attention to something
-  Call the fire brigade
-  Call the register
-  Call the roll
-  Call the shots
-  Call to someone for help
-  Call up one's memories
-  Call upon someone's services
-  Calm down
-  Calm down!
-  Calm people down
-  Camp in the wild
-  Can I have your name and address please?
-  Can it!
-  Can you beat that?
-  Can you give this file the once-over?
-  Can you spare me a few minutes?
-  Can you write it down?
-  Can't do anything for oneself
-  Can't do something
-  Can't manage it
-  Can't see a thing with these glasses
-  Canvass for a candidate
-  Caper about
-  Care about something
-  Caress someone
-  Caricature someone
-  Carry a birdcage
-  Carry at arm's length
-  Carry out an autopsy
-  Carry out an autopsy on...
-  Carry out improvements to something
-  Carry someone in triumph
-  Carry the can
-  Cash a cheque
-  Cash a traveller's cheque
-  Cash in one's chips
-  Casserole a chicken
-  Cat got your tongue?
-  Catch a cold
-  Catch cold
-  Catch one's death of cold
-  Catch one's finger in a door
-  Catch something in midair
-  Catch your bear before you sell its skin
-  Cattle farming is failing
-  Cause a stir
-  Cause havoc in the classroom
-  Cause problems for someone
-  Cause trouble for oneself
-  Cause trouble for someone
-  Center something around...
-  Center something on...
-  Centre something around...
-  Centre something on...
-  Certainly have a lot of luck
-  Certainly not!
-  Chafe at the bit
-  Champion a cause
-  Change
-  Change a baby's diaper
-  Change a baby's nappy
-  Change a patient
-  Change compartments
-  Change euros into dollars
-  Change of scene!
-  Change one's address
-  Change one's car
-  Change one's mind
-  Change one's tune
-  Change places with someone
-  Change the subject
-  Change trains
-  Charge!
-  Charity begins at home
-  Check one's homework diary
-  Check the oil
-  Cheer
-  Cheer up!
-  Cheers!
-  Children and fools tell the truth
-  Children sing carols in front of the church
-  Chinese men...
-  Chinese women...
-  Choose a day to suit you!
-  Choose a different present for each child
-  Choose a job with a future
-  Choose one's living environment
-  Choose to do something
-  Choose to stay in a single room
-  Choose to stay in a twin room
-  Chuck it all away
-  Circle
-  Circulate
-  Clamour for someone
-  Clamour for something
-  Clap one's hands
-  Clash
-  Clean one's teeth
-  Clean the windows
-  Clear off  (verbe)
-  Clear off!  (élocution)
-  Clear the air
-  Clear the table
-  Climate change...
-  Climb a mountain
-  Climb a rope
-  Climb down
-  Clinch a deal with someone
-  Cling
-  Cling on to something
-  Cling to...
-  Cling to someone
-  Close one's suitcase
-  Closed on account of...
-  Closed on account of illness
-  Clothes do not make the man
-  Clown around
-  Cock a snook at someone
-  Collar someone
-  Collect...
-  Colour something...
-  Combine business with pleasure
-  Come across in the media
-  Come after 10 a.m.
-  Come among the first
-  Come and go
-  Come and see me when you are there!
-  Come back to where one started
-  Come by car
-  Come clean
-  Come closer!
-  Come face to face with someone
-  Come first
-  Come for drinks!
-  Come from all over the country
-  Come from the backwoods
-  Come here!
-  Come here, son!
-  Come in after someone
-  Come in among the first
-  Come in before someone
-  Come in first
-  Come in last
-  Come in two at a time
-  Come into a lot of money
-  Come into an inheritance
-  Come into play
-  Come into the lounge
-  Come on France!
-  Come on very strong
-  Come on,...!
-  Come on, let us be off!
-  Come out with it
-  Come straight to the point
-  Come this afternoon!
-  Come to...
-  Come to an arrangement
-  Come to blows
-  Come to meet someone at the station
-  Come to meet someone somewhere
-  Come to my place!
-  Come to power
-  Come true
-  Come up and see me!
-  Come up to someone's expectation
-  Come up to someone's expectations
-  Come up to speak to someone
-  Comment
-  Comment on something
-  Commit an offence under the highway code
-  Communicate via the Internet
-  Compare someone to...
-  Compare something to...
-  Comrade Walter...
-  Confine oneself to...
-  Confine oneself to doing something
-  Confine oneself to something
-  Confuse the issue
-  Conjure up a mental picture of something
-  Consider all aspects of a problem
-  Contact us when you arrive at...
-  Contrary to all expectations...
-  Convert a room into a...
-  Convert a room into a bedroom
-  Convert a room into a study
-  Convert a room into an...
-  Cook a beef stewed in red wine
-  Cook a rabbit stew
-  Cook Japanese-style
-  Cost an arm and a leg
-  Count on something
-  Count the mistakes
-  Count the votes
-  Count up the points
-  Court a woman
-  Crack jokes
-  Cram clothes into something
-  Cram papers into a bag
-  Cram people into something
-  Crash
-  Create an uproar
-  Create havoc
-  Create hype
-  Criticise people
-  Criticize oneself
-  Criticize people
-  Cross at the pedestrian crossing
-  Crown it all
-  Cry at the slightest little thing
-  Cry for the moon
-  Cultivate limes
-  Curiosity killed the cat
-  Cut across country
-  Cut corners
-  Cut it out!
-  Cut someone short
-  Cut something in two
-  Cut something into pieces
-  Cut something with a knife
-  Cut the ground from under someone's feet
-  Cut the lower branches of a tree
-  Cut the number of subjects on the school syllabus
-  Cycle the whole way
-  Cycle to work



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