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-  Rack one's brains
-  Rain without stopping
-  Raise one's glass to someone
-  Re-open hostilities
-  Reach...
-  Reach its peak
-  Reach one's goal
-  Reach out for something
-  Reach someone
-  Reach something
-  Reach the age of reason
-  Read a book from cover to cover
-  Read a name in a register
-  Read a text between the lines
-  Read avidly
-  Read cards
-  Read someone's cards
-  Realise something
-  Realise that...
-  Really
-  Really did exist
-  Really do things properly
-  Really knock it back
-  Rear back
-  Rear up
-  Rebel
-  Receive a golden handshake
-  Receive a knife wound
-  Receive a large quantity of mail
-  Receive a red card
-  Receive a yellow card
-  Receive an invitation card
-  Recite a poetry by heart
-  Recoil
-  Recoil from something
-  Recover one's expenses
-  Recuperate
-  Reduce class sizes
-  Reduce tension
-  Reduce to a pulp
-  Reduce unemployment
-  Referee
-  Refrain from doing something
-  Refrain from something
-  Regret having done something
-  Relay by satellite
-  Release someone on bail
-  Relieve oneself
-  Relish a vol-au-vent filled with chopped sweetbreads in a rich sauce
-  Remain aloof from the fray
-  Remain anonymous
-  Remain in control of one's vehicle
-  Remain stony-faced
-  Remain unmoved
-  Remember you are but a man
-  Remind me!
-  Remonstrate with someone
-  Remonstrate with someone about something
-  Renovate a bedroom
-  Rent a garret
-  Rent a moving van
-  Rent a removal van
-  Reprimand someone
-  Reserve the right to do something
-  Respect other people's property
-  Rest on...
-  Rest on something
-  Restrict someone to a role
-  Retire
-  Retrace one's steps
-  Return a blank vote
-  Return the favour
-  Revenge is sweet
-  Rewire a house
-  Ride pillion
-  Right now
-  Ring the alarm
-  Rise up in arms
-  Roar with laughter
-  Rock the boat
-  Rome was not built in a day
-  Rome was not built in one day
-  Round down to the nearest cent
-  Round down to the nearest euro
-  Round down to the nearest penny
-  Round up to the nearest cent
-  Round up to the nearest euro
-  Round up to the nearest penny
-  Row
-  Rub it in
-  Ruin everything
-  Ruin one's health
-  Rule someone with a rod of iron
-  Rule someone with an iron hand
-  Rule the roost
-  Rumour has it...
-  Rumour has it that...
-  Run a one-hundred-metre race
-  Run a red light
-  Run for
-  Run like a bat out of hell
-  Run off
-  Run the show
-  Run up
-  Run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
-  Running from one week into the next...
-  Rush things



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