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-  Pace up and down
-  Pack
-  Pack it in
-  Pack one's bags
-  Pack up
-  Paddle one's own canoe
-  Paint someone's portrait
-  Paint the town red
-  Parachute down
-  Paraphrase
-  Paris is 200km from Lille
-  Park in the city center
-  Park in the city centre
-  Park in the town center
-  Park in the town centre
-  Party
-  Pass
-  Pass a competitive exam
-  Pass a vote of censure
-  Pass by in full flight
-  Pass out
-  Pass round
-  Pass the 10% mark
-  Pass the 20-million mark
-  Pass the 60-thousand mark
-  Pass the hat for someone
-  Pass the written test, but fail on the driving
-  Pass to someone
-  Pay a compliment to someone
-  Pay attention
-  Pay attention!
-  Pay attention to...
-  Pay attention to everything
-  Pay attention to everything that's going on
-  Pay careful attention
-  Pay cash
-  Pay cash on the nail
-  Pay for it
-  Pay in instalments
-  Pay in kind
-  Pay no attention to him
-  Pay no attention to someone
-  Pay someone a compliment
-  Pay someone for her services
-  Pay someone for her work
-  Pay someone for his services
-  Pay someone for his work
-  Pay someone in one's own coin
-  Pay through the nose for something
-  Payable in advance
-  Pelt someone with tomatoes
-  People like that...
-  Perform acrobatics
-  Perform two plays alternately
-  Persuade someone to do something
-  Pet!
-  Peter's saving grace is his generosity
-  Phone someone
-  Pick a card!
-  Pick a number!
-  Pick up a bug
-  Pick up a hitch-hiker
-  Pick up again
-  Pick up the children from school
-  Pick up the pieces
-  Pick up the tab
-  Pigs might fly!
-  Pin the blame on someone
-  Pinch a cigarette
-  Pinch and scrape
-  Pinch something from someone
-  Pip someone at the post
-  Pipe down!
-  Piss off!
-  Piss someone off
-  Pitch in
-  Place the emphasis on something
-  Plait hair
-  Plait one's hair
-  Plan ahead
-  Plant a clump of trees
-  Play a dirty trick on someone
-  Play a hoax
-  Play a joke on someone
-  Play a practical joke on someone
-  Play along with someone
-  Play ball
-  Play ball with someone
-  Play billiards
-  Play bowls
-  Play cat and mouse with someone
-  Play Cupid
-  Play devil's advocate
-  Play footsie with someone
-  Play for time
-  Play hide-and-seek
-  Play injury time
-  Play into someone's hands
-  Play it safe
-  Play one's ace
-  Play something on the piano
-  Play something up
-  Play the guitar
-  Play the tough guy
-  Play with a ball
-  Play with fire
-  Please find enclosed...
-  Plunge the artichoke hearts in water
-  Point
-  Point a weapon at...
-  Point at...
-  Point-blank
-  Poke one's head round the door
-  Poke someone's eye out
-  Poor devil!
-  Pop the question
-  Population density is over 200 inhabitants per square kilometer
-  Post a letter
-  Post no bills
-  Pounce on one's prey
-  Pour dirty water down a sink
-  Pour gasoline over something
-  Pour petrol over something
-  Practice makes perfect
-  Praise someone to the skies
-  Prefer to stay in the background
-  Prefer to travel alone
-  Prefer to travel with someone
-  Preheat the oven
-  Preheat your hoven to gas mark 6
-  Prepare the ground
-  Prepare the ground for something
-  Present detailed facts and figures
-  Press one's ear against the door
-  Press one's nose against the window
-  Pretend to do something
-  Print
-  Prison life...
-  Produce a more flexible timetable
-  Production is 5% down on last year
-  Production is 10% up on last year
-  Production is down on last year
-  Production is up on last year
-  Prop someone up against something
-  Prop something up against something
-  Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them
-  Protect women against cancer of the cervix
-  Prove someone's innocence
-  Prove something conclusively
-  Provide a hot meal
-  Provide central heating for one's home
-  Provide detailed facts and figures
-  Pull a long face
-  Pull a muscle
-  Pull a muscle in one's leg
-  Pull one's stomach in
-  Pull one's weight
-  Pull someone's hair
-  Pull the plug on the project
-  Pull up stakes
-  Pull up your socks
-  Punch someone
-  Pursue mercilessly...
-  Push aside
-  Push one's luck
-  Push someone to the limit
-  Put a clock forward
-  Put a cross by a name
-  Put a knowing air
-  Put a lot into something
-  Put a positive spin on something
-  Put a sock in it
-  Put a spanner in the works
-  Put a spell on someone
-  Put a spoke in someone's wheel
-  Put all one's eggs in one basket
-  Put an advertisement in a paper
-  Put an end to someone's suffering
-  Put an end to something
-  Put foot down  (verbe)
-  Put foot down!  (élocution)
-  Put her out of her misery!
-  Put him out of his misery!
-  Put in a pile
-  Put in earplugs
-  Put into action
-  Put into circulation
-  Put it on my bill!
-  Put it out of its misery!
-  Put off indefinitely
-  Put on a spurt
-  Put on an act
-  Put on antibiotics
-  Put on the low beams
-  Put on weight
-  Put one's cards on the table
-  Put one's career on hold
-  Put one's foot down
-  Put one's foot in it
-  Put one's hair into a bun
-  Put one's hand through the opening
-  Put one's hands over one's hears
-  Put one's heart and soul into it
-  Put one's shoes on
-  Put one's threats into action
-  Put one's turn signal on
-  Put oneself out
-  Put oneself out to help someone
-  Put out feelers
-  Put some sun cream on one's shoulders
-  Put someone in detention
-  Put someone in the picture
-  Put someone into the same category as...
-  Put someone on hold
-  Put someone on the right track
-  Put someone through one's paces
-  Put someone under house arrest
-  Put something away in a spare room
-  Put something by for a rainy day
-  Put something into a drawer
-  Put something into the same category as...
-  Put something off
-  Put something on the back burner
-  Put the finishing touches to something
-  Put the kettle on
-  Put the pedal to the metal  (verbe)
-  Put the pedal to the metal!  (élocution)
-  Put the shot
-  Put things back in their context
-  Put together
-  Put two and two together
-  Put two fingers up at someone
-  Put under cover
-  Put up bail for someone
-  Put up with...
-  Put up with anything from someone
-  Put up with someone
-  Put your things lower down!



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