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-  Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves
-  Take it or leave it
-  Take it to her!
-  Take it to him!
-  Take it to it!
-  Take it to me!
-  Tall oaks from little acorns grow
-  Thank goodness!
-  Thanking you in advance
-  Thanks in anticipation!
-  Thanks to...
-  That building is further down the street
-  That calls for a drink!
-  That could set off the powder keg
-  That decision was taken...
-  That does not matter!
-  That doesn't get anybody anywhere
-  That doesn't get us any further!
-  That doesn't make sense
-  That event has left its stamp on her mind
-  That event has left its stamp on his mind
-  That event is engraved in my memory
-  That experience has left its mark on her
-  That experience has left its mark on him
-  That gave me plenty of food for thought
-  That has nothing to do with it!
-  That is a dig at me
-  That is a load off my mind
-  That is all there is to it
-  That is going a bit far!
-  That is just like her!
-  That is just like him!
-  That is more than enough!
-  That is neither fish nor fowl
-  That is neither here nor there!
-  That is the last straw
-  That is the only fly in the ointment
-  That is the straw that breaks the camel's back
-  That is the way it goes
-  That is very kind of you
-  That it's your fault!
-  That makes you look different!
-  That may put a spanner in the works
-  That may upset the applecart
-  That packs a punch!
-  That seems old hat to me
-  That set me thinking
-  That takes some doing!
-  That takes the biscuit!
-  That takes the cake!
-  That tops it all!
-  That was a great hue and cry
-  That was a great outcry
-  That was when she realized
-  That went over my head
-  That will be the day!
-  That will bring you back down to earth!
-  That will cook her goose
-  That will give you a good idea of what...
-  That will give you an idea of what...
-  That will go down in history!
-  That will keep the wolf from the door
-  That will make him sit up and take notice
-  That will put you back on your feet again!
-  That will teach her a lesson!
-  That will teach her a thing or two!
-  That will teach him a lesson!
-  That will teach him a thing or two!
-  That won't cut any ice with him
-  That's a bargain!
-  That's a deal!
-  That's a good one!
-  That's a good start!
-  That's a horse of a different colour
-  That's a problem I had not thought of!
-  That's a turnup for the book
-  That's an exaggeration!
-  That's another kettle of fish
-  That's another problem!
-  That's cutting things a bit fine!
-  That's enough!
-  That's enough talk!
-  That's half the battle
-  That's him all over!
-  That's more like it!
-  That's much better!
-  That's my pet hate!
-  That's nonsense!
-  That's not a bad idea!
-  That's not part of my remit
-  That's one for the books
-  That's perfect timing!
-  That's right!
-  That's settled then!
-  That's something at least!
-  That's the clever part!
-  That's the least of my worries
-  That's the main thing!
-  That's the sixty-four-thousand-dollar question!
-  That's the way the cookie crumbles!
-  That's the way to go!
-  That's where the shoe pinches
-  That's your funeral!
-  That's your problem!
-  The air comes in through...
-  The artist who painted this picture...
-  The ball is in your court
-  The barometer is set fair!
-  The basis of the agreement...
-  The beneficial effects of a course of treatment...
-  The best is often the enemy of the good
-  The bird is flapping its wings
-  The boot is on the other foot
-  The boss sent for him
-  The brood is playing in the garden
-  The bus is five minutes early!
-  The children had a great time!
-  The comforter's head never aches
-  The cost of the operation is over one million
-  The cost of the operation is well over one million
-  The cowl does not make the monk
-  The crème de la crème
-  The darkest hour is just before dawn
-  The day after my arrival...
-  The day is near when...
-  The death toll has risen again
-  The demonstration went peacefully
-  The devil finds work for idle hands
-  The dice are loaded
-  The die is cast
-  The doctor listened to my chest
-  The drawer is stuck!
-  The early bird catches the worm
-  The earthen pot must keep clear of the brass kettle
-  The economy is doing better!
-  The ends justify the means
-  The exception proves the rule
-  The film lasts half an hour
-  The film only lasts half an hour
-  The first to arrive...
-  The florist is just this side of the bakery
-  The fog is thick like peasoup
-  The following week...
-  The game is not worth the candle
-  The game is up
-  The good intention excuses the bad action
-  The good is the enemy of the best
-  The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
-  The grocer below...
-  The hoaxer...
-  The hood does not make the monk
-  The ivy goes up to the roof!
-  The jig is up!
-  The kettle calls the pot burnt-arse
-  The latest manifestation of something...
-  The leopard cannot change its spots
-  The letter was sent from one department to another
-  The lure of gain
-  The machine swallowed up my credit card
-  The man in the black jacket
-  The matter is closed!
-  The meal was a bit on the skimpy side
-  The negotiation has come to nothing
-  The noise is coming from downstairs
-  The other day...
-  The other one...
-  The other two...
-  The others...
-  The party is in full swing
-  The penny's dropped!
-  The period from 10 January to 20 March
-  The place was bursting at the seams!
-  The plan has finally come to fruition!
-  The plan was favourably received
-  The plane that operates between...
-  The police breathalysed me
-  The post office is just before my house
-  The previous week...
-  The proof of the pudding is in the eating
-  The rain is coming down in sheets!
-  The relaxing of...
-  The relaxing of monetary policy...
-  The road to Hell is paved with good intentions
-  The same goes for all the others
-  The shit is going to hit the fan!
-  The shop on the corner
-  The shops have been besieged!
-  The shorter a joke, the better it is
-  The situation is quite worrying
-  The sky is the limit
-  The sooner, the better
-  The speed limit is...
-  The speed limit is 50 km/h in built-up areas
-  The stores have been besieged!
-  The subscription lasts till...
-  The sun is beating down!
-  The sun is really hot!
-  The sun rises in the east
-  The sun sets in the west
-  The team is at the bottom of the league
-  The tide is turning
-  The train is coming into the station
-  The two things go hand in hand
-  The water came right up to our hips!
-  The water came up to our knees!
-  The water comes in through this hole
-  The weather has got milder
-  The weather is changing for the worse
-  The weather is lousy!
-  The wind is strong enough to blow you away
-  The wind was getting even stronger
-  The wine is corked
-  The woman in the beige shirt
-  The woman in the blue coat
-  The work landed on my desk
-  The world is your oyster
-  The worst is over
-  The writing is on the wall
-  The young people of today...
-  Their house is a bit further on!
-  Their main business is...
-  Their marriage lasted thirty-two years!
-  There are 4 years between them
-  There are a lot of people!
-  There are cables training all over the place!
-  There are enough...
-  There are many solutions!
-  There are no flies on him
-  There are no two ways about it
-  There are no worthwhile applicants
-  There are not enough...
-  There are people waiting
-  There are those who say...
-  There are too many of them
-  There are two possibilities
-  There has been a sharp increase in unemployment
-  There has to be a bit of give-and-take
-  There is a 5-minute wait
-  There is a catch to it
-  There is a draft!
-  There is a draught!
-  There is a family likeness between them
-  There is a great atmosphere here!
-  There is a lot left!
-  There is a storm brewing!
-  There is a time for everything
-  There is a traffic jam!
-  There is bad blood between them!
-  There is enough...
-  There is more than one way to skin a cat
-  There is more to it than meets the eye
-  There is no accounting for taste!
-  There is no doubt about it!
-  There is no hidden motive
-  There is no love lost between them
-  There is no need!
-  There is no need for me to remind you that...
-  There is no need to broadcast it
-  There is no need to proclaim it from the rooftops
-  There is no point insisting!
-  There is no rush
-  There is no smoke without fire
-  There is no use crying over spilt milk
-  There is no worthwhile applicant
-  There is no wriggling out of it
-  There is not a breath of air
-  There is not a soul
-  There is not a soul to be seen in the street!
-  There is not as much rain as last year
-  There is not as much snow as last year
-  There is not enough...
-  There is not enough room to swing a cat
-  There is not much left!
-  There is nothing to it
-  There is safety in numbers
-  There is some left!
-  There is some truth in that
-  There is someone at the door!
-  There is something in the wind
-  There is something not quite right
-  There is tension in the air
-  There is the rub
-  There is too much noise!
-  There was general rejoicing!
-  There were a few drops of rain
-  There will be hell to pay!
-  There will be some fun and games!
-  There will have to be a second ballot
-  These are clouds that herald a storm
-  These are the hardliners in the party!
-  These measures are suited to the situation
-  These people are great figures of history
-  These things happen!
-  They achieved their ends!
-  They also speak French
-  They are a dime a dozen!
-  They are always getting into fights
-  They are at daggers drawn!
-  They are at loggerheads!
-  They are decent people
-  They are great friends
-  They are likely to get up to their usual monkey business!
-  They are neck and neck
-  They are talking at cross-purposes
-  They can get along with us!
-  They did not take long to retaliate!
-  They died of suffocation
-  They don't care what other people think!
-  They gave her hell
-  They gave him hell
-  They gave me a hard time
-  They got back twenty minutes ago
-  They got debt relief
-  They got the culprit in the end
-  They hate the sight of them
-  They hauled her over the coals
-  They hauled him over the coals
-  They have been stupid enough to refuse!
-  They have come clean about it!
-  They have to make do!
-  They live miles from anywhere
-  They live somewhere at the back of beyond
-  They love each other
-  They made an arrest!
-  They picked her up out of the gutter
-  They picked him up out of the gutter
-  They put a spoke in their wheels
-  They really did exist
-  They should wash their dirty linen at home
-  They shouldn't wash their dirty linen in public
-  They spent the evening shooting the bull
-  They spent the evening shooting the shit
-  They think they are arrived!
-  They walked all over them in the first half
-  They were not born yesterday!
-  They were really had!
-  They will have to make do!
-  They will pay dearly for that!
-  They will see once they are there!
-  Things are getting complicated!
-  Things are getting heated!
-  Things are getting too much for her
-  Things are going downhill!
-  Things are going to get nasty!
-  Things are going well!
-  Things are looking up
-  Things are shaping up well
-  This augurs badly!
-  This augurs well!
-  This book is mine
-  This cake is unappetizing
-  This case was handed to me on a plate
-  This child is a darling
-  This child is as good as gold
-  This conversation has given her a shot in the arm
-  This conversation has given him a shot in the arm
-  This country leads in the field of science
-  This decision was taken...
-  This door does not shut properly!
-  This dress makes her look slimmer
-  This essay is full of mistakes
-  This film is a must see!
-  This film is nothing special!
-  This garage houses my car
-  This has boosted her morale
-  This has boosted his morale
-  This has given her a boost
-  This has given him a boost
-  This has gone on long enough!
-  This has nothing to do with him!
-  This house has got character!
-  This house is luxurious!
-  This is a deeply-rooted belief
-  This is a wine with a long finish
-  This is getting beyond a joke!
-  This is not for the squeamish!
-  This is right up her alley
-  This is right up his alley
-  This is right up my alley
-  This is strictly for the birds
-  This is the best day of my life!
-  This is the icing on the cake!
-  This is the life!
-  This is your coat, isn't it?
-  This jam is appetizing
-  This laugh was on me
-  This meat has gone bad!
-  This movie is nothing special!
-  This news came as a bolt from the blue
-  This news came as a bombshell
-  This news completely broke him
-  This remedy proved to be ineffective!
-  This restaurant has a very good name!
-  This road goes to Paris
-  This sentence is taken out of context
-  This sort of comment doesn't help
-  This suit fits you like a glove
-  This technique is still in its infancy
-  This time...
-  This tower is 100 metres high
-  This tree is a hundred years old
-  This walk has given me an appetite
-  This won't get us anywhere!
-  This word is not attested by dictionaries
-  This work can wait
-  This yoghurt is vanilla-flavoured
-  Those are her private secrets
-  Those are his private secrets
-  Those were the days
-  Time heals all wounds
-  Time is a great healer
-  Time will tell!
-  Times change and we with time
-  Times change, and we change with them
-  To a certain extent...
-  To a good spender God is the treasurer
-  To abandon someone to her sad fate
-  To abandon someone to his sad fate
-  To accelerate
-  To achieve one's ends
-  To acknowledge receipt of something
-  To acquire something
-  To act as a counterbalance
-  To act the clown
-  To act the fool
-  To act tough
-  To add flavour to something
-  To add fuel to the fire
-  To adjust one's aim
-  To admit that...
-  To admit that one...
-  To admit that one has lied
-  To adopt an ostrich strategy
-  To advance someone
-  To advance someone €100
-  To agree
-  To agree that...
-  To agree without batting an eyelid
-  To allocate funds to...
-  To allude to...
-  To always think of a smart retort when it is too late
-  To amend...
-  To analyze something
-  To apologize
-  To apologize to someone
-  To apologize to someone for doing something
-  To appeal for calm
-  To appeal to...
-  To appeal to someone's common sense
-  To appeal to someone's generosity
-  To appear
-  To appear in the directory
-  To appear on a list
-  To apply for ... membership
-  To apply to...
-  To apply to the authorities
-  To appoint someone to...
-  To approach
-  To argue a toss
-  To argue about...
-  To arms!
-  To arrive first
-  To arrive in England
-  To arrive ten minutes early
-  To ask for one's pay to be brought into line with...
-  To ask for one's salary to be brought into line with...
-  To ask one's guests to sit down
-  To ask one's way
-  To ask someone for some information
-  To ask something the assembled company
-  To aspire to...
-  To assure someone that...
-  To attach a little importance to something
-  To attach a lot of importance to something
-  To attach great value to something
-  To attend to someone's every need
-  To attract a large audience
-  To authorize someone to do something
-  To avoid someone like the plague
-  To back the wrong horse
-  To bask in the sun
-  To bawl someone out
-  To be 4 years older than someone
-  To be 10
-  To be 15 years old
-  To be 20 metres high
-  To be 90
-  To be 90 years old
-  To be a badly-matched couple
-  To be a bag of bones
-  To be a believer
-  To be a big bully
-  To be a big hit
-  To be a bit of a bear
-  To be a bit of a character
-  To be a bit touched in the head
-  To be a bit woozy
-  To be a bundle of nerves
-  To be a carbon copy of somebody
-  To be a chain smoker
-  To be a compulsive liar
-  To be a crack driver
-  To be a darling
-  To be a dead loss at...
-  To be a disgrace to one's family
-  To be a good...
-  To be a good guy
-  To be a good secretary
-  To be a good sort
-  To be a great figure of history
-  To be a hearty eater
-  To be a horny one
-  To be a Libran
-  To be a member of the government
-  To be a messy eater
-  To be a messy writer
-  To be a mother's boy
-  To be a pain in the neck
-  To be a person of the old school
-  To be a policeman
-  To be a policewoman
-  To be a quick learner
-  To be a real chatterbox
-  To be a real looker
-  To be a Sagittarius
-  To be a scatterbrain
-  To be a spiteful gossip
-  To be a stickler for punctuality
-  To be a stuffed shirt
-  To be a sugar Daddy
-  To be a terrible liar
-  To be a tough guy
-  To be a tough nut
-  To be a very good...
-  To be a very good journalist
-  To be a well-matched couple
-  To be about
-  To be about fifty
-  To be about to do something
-  To be absent from work
-  To be absent-minded
-  To be AC/DC
-  To be accused of cooking the books
-  To be aching all over
-  To be active
-  To be admit to hospital
-  To be admitted to hospital
-  To be advanced for one's age
-  To be affected
-  To be afflicted with...
-  To be afraid of one's own shadow
-  To be ahead of one's time
-  To be ahead of schedule
-  To be all dressed up
-  To be all eyes and ears
-  To be all fingers and thumbs
-  To be all in a flutter
-  To be all skin and bone
-  To be all sweetness and light
-  To be allergic
-  To be allergic to something
-  To be always getting into fights
-  To be an apprentice
-  To be an apprentice to...
-  To be an early bird
-  To be an early riser
-  To be an expert on the subject
-  To be an impressive individual
-  To be an odd character
-  To be an old hand
-  To be an unusual character
-  To be anxious to do something
-  To be appallingly trite
-  To be appetizing
-  To be apprehensive about something
-  To be Aries
-  To be as bald as a coot
-  To be as bald as an egg
-  To be as blind as a bat
-  To be as bold as brass
-  To be as busy as a bee
-  To be as cool as a cucumber
-  To be as cunning as a fox
-  To be as dead as a doormail
-  To be as deaf as a post
-  To be as drunk as a lord
-  To be as fresh as a daisy
-  To be as gentle as a lamb
-  To be as good as gold
-  To be as happy as a lark
-  To be as mad as a hatter
-  To be as mad as a March hare
-  To be as nimble as a goat
-  To be as nutty as a fruitcake
-  To be as proud as a peacock
-  To be as red as a beetroot
-  To be as red as a lobster
-  To be as sick as a dog
-  To be as slim as a reed
-  To be as snug as a bug in a rug
-  To be as strong as an ox
-  To be as stubborn as a mule
-  To be as thin as a rail
-  To be asked to do something
-  To be at a loss for words
-  To be at a meeting
-  To be at art college
-  To be at daggers drawn
-  To be at death's door
-  To be at ease with oneself
-  To be at its height
-  To be at loggerheads
-  To be at one's wits' end
-  To be at school
-  To be at someone's disposal
-  To be at the bottom of the league
-  To be at the end of one's tether
-  To be at the height of...
-  To be at the height of her career
-  To be at the height of her fame
-  To be at the height of his career
-  To be at the height of his fame
-  To be at the helm
-  To be at the hospital
-  To be at the point of death
-  To be at the school
-  To be at the top of one's field
-  To be at war
-  To be attracted to...
-  To be attracted to someone
-  To be authoritative
-  To be authorized to do something
-  To be aware of...
-  To be back to square one
-  To be bad-tempered
-  To be badly off
-  To be badly received
-  To be balanced
-  To be bandy-legged
-  To be barking up the wrong tree
-  To be behind bars
-  To be between the devil and the deep blue sea
-  To be big-headed
-  To be blind
-  To be blind in one eye
-  To be bloodthirsty
-  To be blown to pieces by an explosion
-  To be bombarded with questions
-  To be born
-  To be born in...
-  To be born under a lucky star
-  To be born under an unlucky star
-  To be brave
-  To be brilliant at...
-  To be broad-minded
-  To be brought up the hard way
-  To be burnt to death
-  To be called
-  To be called as a witness
-  To be capable of anything
-  To be capable of doing something
-  To be capable of something
-  To be careful
-  To be carrying the torch for someone
-  To be caught between a rock and a hard place
-  To be caught between two stools
-  To be caught in the act
-  To be caught red-handed
-  To be caught stealing
-  To be caught up in a system
-  To be caught up in the system
-  To be caught with one's pants down
-  To be chosen by drawing lots
-  To be clever with one's hands
-  To be close to someone
-  To be come through
-  To be comfortable
-  To be comfortably seated
-  To be coming apart at the seams
-  To be coming into the home straight
-  To be compelled to...
-  To be completely broken by a news
-  To be completely useless
-  To be concerned about doing things well
-  To be concerned about something
-  To be convalescing
-  To be covered in blood
-  To be covered in chocolate
-  To be crazy about someone
-  To be crippled by debts
-  To be cross-eyed
-  To be crowned best player
-  To be crowned world best player
-  To be crowned world champion
-  To be dead from the neck up
-  To be dead to the world
-  To be dead-beat
-  To be dealing with a dangerous criminal
-  To be declining
-  To be demotivated
-  To be deprived of one's rights
-  To be desperately short of something
-  To be determined to act
-  To be discharged
-  To be doing one's military service
-  To be doing something
-  To be done with someone
-  To be done with something
-  To be doubled up with laughter
-  To be doubtful
-  To be down and out
-  To be down in the dumps
-  To be down on one's luck
-  To be dreadfully expensive
-  To be dreadfully ugly
-  To be dressed in one's Sunday best
-  To be dressed to kill
-  To be dressed up to the nines
-  To be dumbfounded by someone's insolence
-  To be dumbfounded by someone's intelligence
-  To be dying
-  To be dying to do something
-  To be eagerly awaited
-  To be eating one's heart out
-  To be encroaching on someone's turf
-  To be endowed with something
-  To be equal to the situation
-  To be equally so
-  To be equipped against something
-  To be equipped to do something
-  To be essential
-  To be eternally grateful to someone
-  To be excellent
-  To be excused from...
-  To be excused from sport
-  To be exhausted
-  To be expecting a baby
-  To be falling
-  To be famished
-  To be far more than someone had hoped for
-  To be fed up to the teeth with it
-  To be feeling better
-  To be feeling down
-  To be feeling down in the dumps
-  To be filled with admiration for someone
-  To be filled with admiration for something
-  To be fine
-  To be fishing for compliments
-  To be fit for service
-  To be flabbergasted
-  To be flapping its wings
-  To be flat broke
-  To be fond of someone
-  To be fonder of someone than...
-  To be fonder of something than...
-  To be footloose and fancy-free
-  To be found alive
-  To be free
-  To be free to do something
-  To be freely available
-  To be French by birth
-  To be fresh from school
-  To be full of mistakes
-  To be full to the brim
-  To be fumbling for words
-  To be gaining ground
-  To be gaining momentum
-  To be getting on for...
-  To be getting on for fifty
-  To be getting on for forty
-  To be getting on for sixty
-  To be getting on for thirty
-  To be getting on for twenty
-  To be getting on in years
-  To be getting there
-  To be gifted
-  To be given a lot of media coverage
-  To be given media coverage
-  To be given the wrong information
-  To be going down
-  To be going full swing
-  To be going on...
-  To be going on fifty
-  To be going on forty
-  To be going on sixty
-  To be going on thirty
-  To be going on twenty
-  To be going out
-  To be going to live it up
-  To be good at French
-  To be good at maths
-  To be good at repartee
-  To be good at something
-  To be good-looking
-  To be good-tempered
-  To be gorgeous
-  To be gravely ill
-  To be great friends with someone
-  To be hale and hearty
-  To be hand in glove
-  To be handicapped
-  To be handpicked
-  To be hanging between life and death
-  To be hanging on somebody's every word
-  To be happy with one's lot
-  To be happy with oneself
-  To be hard of hearing
-  To be hard on someone
-  To be head over heels in love with someone
-  To be heading for disaster
-  To be hearing from someone
-  To be hit by a car
-  To be holding a gun to someone's head
-  To be holding all the trumps
-  To be holding one's breath
-  To be hooked
-  To be hooked on...
-  To be hopeful that...
-  To be hot-tempered
-  To be hung-up
-  To be hungry for...
-  To be ill-advised to do something
-  To be in a bad mood
-  To be in a bad way
-  To be in a daze
-  To be in a fix
-  To be in a foul mood
-  To be in a good mood
-  To be in a huff with someone
-  To be in a hurry for something
-  To be in a jam
-  To be in a mess
-  To be in a rotten mood
-  To be in a sticky wicket
-  To be in a strong bargaining position
-  To be in agonies
-  To be in bad health
-  To be in business
-  To be in class
-  To be in contact with someone
-  To be in decline
-  To be in deep shit
-  To be in fashion
-  To be in financial difficulties
-  To be in good hands
-  To be in good health
-  To be in good working order
-  To be in hospital
-  To be in league
-  To be in need
-  To be in one's element
-  To be in one's shirt sleeves
-  To be in one's Sunday best
-  To be in orbit
-  To be in seventh heaven
-  To be in someone's good books
-  To be in the doghouse
-  To be in the doldrums
-  To be in the front line of progress
-  To be in the kitchen
-  To be in the limelight
-  To be in the pipeline
-  To be in the prime of life
-  To be in the public eye
-  To be in the same boat
-  To be in the shower
-  To be in the soup
-  To be in the thick of it
-  To be in the vanguard of...
-  To be in the vanguard of progress
-  To be in the way
-  To be in two minds about the matter
-  To be in two places at once
-  To be incredibly active
-  To be inside
-  To be interested in doing something
-  To be just a cog in the machine
-  To be kind to someone
-  To be kneeling
-  To be lapping it up
-  To be late
-  To be leaning on the windowsill
-  To be left to one's own devices
-  To be level-headed
-  To be liable to tax
-  To be Libra
-  To be like a bull in a china shop
-  To be like her
-  To be like him
-  To be likely to...
-  To be loaded
-  To be loaded down with packages
-  To be looking for a fight
-  To be looking forward to the weekend
-  To be losing one's appetite over it
-  To be lost in thought
-  To be love's young dream
-  To be lucky
-  To be lying down
-  To be lying down on one's back
-  To be lying down on something
-  To be lying in a pool of blood
-  To be lying in wait
-  To be lying through one's teeth
-  To be mad at someone
-  To be madly in love with someone
-  To be making things worse for oneself
-  To be much the same
-  To be mugged
-  To be narrow-minded
-  To be nit-picking
-  To be none the wiser
-  To be not very organized
-  To be of French origin
-  To be of the same opinion
-  To be of the same opinion as someone
-  To be off one's nut
-  To be off to a bad start
-  To be old
-  To be old enough to get married
-  To be older than someone
-  To be on a downer
-  To be on a losing streak
-  To be on a winning streak
-  To be on an equal footing with someone
-  To be on antibiotics
-  To be on at someone
-  To be on bad terms with someone
-  To be on cloud nine
-  To be on duty
-  To be on easy street
-  To be on edge
-  To be on form
-  To be on good terms with someone
-  To be on hold
-  To be on one's hands and knees
-  To be on one's toes
-  To be on one's way to doing something
-  To be on sick leave
-  To be on tenterhooks
-  To be on the agenda
-  To be on the air
-  To be on the lookout for something
-  To be on the move
-  To be on the right track
-  To be on the verge on tears
-  To be on the warpath
-  To be one of the old school
-  To be out of breath
-  To be out of circulation
-  To be over a drop
-  To be overburdened with taxes
-  To be pacing up and down
-  To be paid annually
-  To be paid monthly
-  To be paid yearly
-  To be partial to someone
-  To be patient
-  To be payable by someone
-  To be penniless
-  To be penny wise and pound foolish
-  To be pissed off
-  To be playing both sides
-  To be playing hooky
-  To be playing truant
-  To be pleasantly surprised
-  To be plumb
-  To be poles apart
-  To be power hungry
-  To be prejudiced
-  To be prepared to give someone the benefit of the doubt
-  To be prior to...
-  To be promoted
-  To be pulling someone's leg
-  To be putting someone on
-  To be putting the squeeze on someone
-  To be quite willing to...
-  To be racked by remorse
-  To be rational
-  To be ready to drop
-  To be ready to play ball
-  To be really thick
-  To be reduced to that
-  To be related by alliance
-  To be retired
-  To be running after something
-  To be safe
-  To be safe from...
-  To be saved by the bell
-  To be scared
-  To be scared out of one's wits
-  To be scared stiff
-  To be secretive
-  To be self-assured
-  To be sending out an SOS
-  To be sensible
-  To be seriously handicapped
-  To be set back from the... street
-  To be set fair
-  To be set in one's ways
-  To be sheltered
-  To be sheltered from...
-  To be short of breath
-  To be short of something
-  To be short-tempered
-  To be sick and tired of it
-  To be sick at heart
-  To be sick with jealousy
-  To be singing a different tune
-  To be single-minded
-  To be sitting down
-  To be skating on thin ice
-  To be slow on the uptake
-  To be slumped in an armchair
-  To be slumped over one's desk
-  To be small beer
-  To be small fry
-  To be small potatoes
-  To be so nice
-  To be sore all over
-  To be sparing with compliments
-  To be splitting hairs
-  To be spoiling for a fight
-  To be spoilt for choice
-  To be stark raving mad
-  To be starving
-  To be stationary
-  To be still half asleep
-  To be still relevant today
-  To be still wet behind the ears
-  To be stinking rich
-  To be stony broke
-  To be struck dumb with admiration
-  To be struggling to find the right words
-  To be stuck on someone
-  To be stuck with someone
-  To be stupid enough to...
-  To be stupid enough to refuse...
-  To be subject to...
-  To be such a pain
-  To be suffering from leukaemia
-  To be suited to...
-  To be supposed to do something
-  To be sure that...
-  To be sure that everything will go well
-  To be surprised
-  To be taking someone for a ride
-  To be talented
-  To be teaching
-  To be teeming with ideas
-  To be ten
-  To be the best in one's field
-  To be the first to hear a piece of news
-  To be the life and soul
-  To be the same age
-  To be the spitting image of somebody
-  To be the spitting image of someone
-  To be there when one's wife has the baby
-  To be thinking of doing something
-  To be through the mill
-  To be throwing in the sponge
-  To be ticklish
-  To be tight-fisted
-  To be too fond of the bottle
-  To be too stupid for words
-  To be topical
-  To be torn between several...
-  To be torn to pieces by the media
-  To be totally incapable of doing something
-  To be trendy
-  To be trying to cloud the issue
-  To be trying to save one's bacon
-  To be two hours early
-  To be ugly as sin
-  To be unable to do something
-  To be unappetizing
-  To be uncomfortable
-  To be uncomfortably seated
-  To be under arrest
-  To be under cover
-  To be under someone's influence
-  To be under someone's spell
-  To be under someone's thumb
-  To be unemployed
-  To be up and about
-  To be up shit creek without a paddle
-  To be up to one's ears in debt
-  To be up to the eyes in work
-  To be used to getting one's own way
-  To be useless
-  To be vanilla-flavoured
-  To be very attentive towards someone
-  To be very fine
-  To be very gifted
-  To be very glad to see someone
-  To be very hung-up
-  To be very keen to do something
-  To be very lucky
-  To be very much at one with oneself
-  To be very proper
-  To be very slapdash with one's work
-  To be very well
-  To be waiting for...
-  To be waiting for someone
-  To be waiting for someone outside the building
-  To be waiting for someone to come
-  To be walking a tightrope
-  To be walking on air
-  To be walking on eggshells
-  To be walking up and down
-  To be wandering about like a lost soul
-  To be wasp-waisted
-  To be wearing trousers
-  To be weightless
-  To be well
-  To be well ahead
-  To be well ahead of the others
-  To be well ahead with...
-  To be well ahead with one's work
-  To be well received
-  To be well-advised to do something
-  To be well-built
-  To be well-equipped against something
-  To be well-equipped to do something
-  To be well-off
-  To be well-upholstered
-  To be wide off the mark
-  To be willing to help someone
-  To be with it
-  To be with someone
-  To be wrong
-  To beat a retreat
-  To beat out the rhythm
-  To beat someone hands down
-  To become a homeowner
-  To become attached to...
-  To become fond of...
-  To beep
-  To beg
-  To beg for alms
-  To begin one's career
-  To begin one's working life
-  To begin to do something
-  To behave badly towards someone
-  To behave despicably towards someone
-  To behave well towards someone
-  To bend one's head
-  To benefit someone
-  To bide one's time
-  To bite into an apple
-  To bite the hand that feeds you
-  To blackmail someone
-  To bless someone
-  To blink
-  To block the view
-  To blow the cobwebs away
-  To blow the whistle on something
-  To bop till you drop
-  To box
-  To braid hair
-  To brave the bad weather
-  To break all listening records
-  To break all viewing records
-  To break new ground
-  To break out in a cold sweat
-  To break something in two
-  To break something into pieces
-  To break the ice
-  To breed battery hens
-  To bring the house down
-  To browse through a book
-  To bubble
-  To build castles in the air
-  To bungle it
-  To burn the candle at both ends
-  To burn the roast
-  To burn to death
-  To burst into a room
-  To burst into tears
-  To burst out laughing
-  To burst somewhere
-  To bury one's head in the sand
-  To bury the hatchet
-  To bust up everything
-  To buy a roll-on deodorant
-  To buy a shirt with matching tie
-  To buy and sell on the black market
-  To buy something
-  To buy something for someone
-  To buy something from someone
-  To buy something under the counter
-  To call a spade a spade
-  To call for help
-  To call on...
-  To call out someone's name
-  To call out the army
-  To call someone
-  To call someone's attention to a problem
-  To call someone's attention to something
-  To call the fire brigade
-  To call the register
-  To call the roll
-  To call the shots
-  To call to someone for help
-  To call up one's memories
-  To call upon someone's services
-  To calm people down
-  To camp in the wild
-  To can't do anything for oneself
-  To canvass for a candidate
-  To caper about
-  To caricature someone
-  To carry out improvements to something
-  To catch a cold
-  To catch cold
-  To catch one's death of cold
-  To catch something in midair
-  To cause havoc in the classroom
-  To cause problems for someone
-  To center something around...
-  To center something on...
-  To centre something around...
-  To centre something on...
-  To change a baby's diaper
-  To change a baby's nappy
-  To change a patient
-  To change euros into dollars
-  To change one's address
-  To change one's car
-  To change one's tune
-  To change places with someone
-  To change the subject
-  To choose a job with a future
-  To choose to do something
-  To chuck it all away
-  To clap one's hands
-  To clash
-  To clean the windows
-  To clear off
-  To clear the air
-  To clear the table
-  To climb a mountain
-  To climb a rope
-  To climb down
-  To clinch a deal with someone
-  To clown around
-  To cock a snook at someone
-  To combine business with pleasure
-  To come across in the media
-  To come and go
-  To come in after someone
-  To come in before someone
-  To come in first
-  To come in last
-  To come in two at a time
-  To come into a lot of money
-  To come into an inheritance
-  To come into play
-  To come into the lounge
-  To come on very strong
-  To come to...
-  To come to an arrangement
-  To come to blows
-  To come to power
-  To comment
-  To comment on something
-  To communicate via the Internet
-  To compare someone to...
-  To compare something to...
-  To consider all aspects of a problem
-  To convert a room into a...
-  To convert a room into a bedroom
-  To convert a room into a study
-  To convert a room into an...
-  To cook Japanese-style
-  To cost an arm and a leg
-  To count on something
-  To count the mistakes
-  To count the votes
-  To count up the points
-  To court a woman
-  To create hype
-  To criticise people
-  To criticize oneself
-  To criticize people
-  To crown it all
-  To cry for the moon
-  To cut across country
-  To cut corners
-  To cut someone short
-  To cut something in two
-  To cut something into pieces
-  To cut something with a knife
-  To cut the ground from under someone's feet
-  To cut the lower branches of a tree
-  To cut the number of subjects on the school syllabus
-  To cycle to work
-  To dare to
-  To deal someone a blow
-  To decide on something
-  To decide that...
-  To decide to do something
-  To declare one's love to someone
-  To declare war on a nation
-  To desert one's post
-  To desire...
-  To detest someone
-  To die a hero's death
-  To die a natural death
-  To die hard
-  To die of a broken heart
-  To die of suffocation
-  To discuss in private
-  To dislike someone
-  To disobey an order
-  To disobey someone
-  To do a beautiful job
-  To do a good deed
-  To do a headstand
-  To do a moonlight flit
-  To do a sum
-  To do abdominal exercises
-  To do as one pleases
-  To do body-building
-  To do bodybuilding
-  To do exercises
-  To do fine
-  To do for the job
-  To do its business
-  To do justice to a meal
-  To do one's accounts
-  To do one's Christmas shopping
-  To do one's national service
-  To do one's shopping
-  To do sit-ups
-  To do some exercise
-  To do someone good
-  To do something carefully
-  To do something for money
-  To do something for pleasure
-  To do something in a fit of anger
-  To do something in cold blood
-  To do something in the twinkling of an eye
-  To do something of one's own free will
-  To do something off one's own bat
-  To do something off the cuff
-  To do something on purpose
-  To do something openly
-  To do something out of spite
-  To do something right away
-  To do something stupid
-  To do something to set one's mind at rest
-  To do something very carefully
-  To do something when hell freezes over
-  To do something with bad grace
-  To do something with good grace
-  To do something with loving care
-  To do something wrong
-  To do sport
-  To do that thing goes against the grain
-  To do the cooking
-  To do the honours
-  To do the same
-  To do the same thing
-  To do the same thing as someone
-  To do the shopping
-  To do the splits
-  To do the tango
-  To do things in style
-  To do things on a large scale
-  To do things thoroughly
-  To do walk-on parts
-  To do weight lifting
-  To don't articulate clearly
-  To don't have any proof
-  To don't like any of...
-  To drag someone out of...
-  To drag someone out of bed
-  To draw a parallel between people
-  To draw level with someone
-  To draw someone into a corner
-  To draw someone's attention to a problem
-  To draw someone's attention to something
-  To dread doing something
-  To dread something
-  To drink a gin-based cocktail
-  To drink a great amount
-  To drink from the bottle
-  To drink like a fish
-  To drink like anything
-  To drink through a straw
-  To drink to someone's health
-  To drink until one can drink no more
-  To drive an unmarked police car
-  To drive someone round the bend
-  To drive someone up the wall
-  To drive somewhere
-  To drive with gloves on
-  To drop anchor
-  To drop someone like a hot potato
-  To each his own
-  To earn so much a month
-  To eat a cracker
-  To eat a great amount
-  To eat crow
-  To eat fatty foods
-  To eat greedily
-  To eat humbe pie
-  To eat junk food
-  To eat like a bird
-  To eat like a horse
-  To eat one's fill
-  To eat properly
-  To economize on heating
-  To embellish something with...
-  To embrace someone
-  To embroider the truth
-  To enable someone to enjoy advantages
-  To encourage young talent
-  To end up in prison
-  To end up in the ditch
-  To end with a flourish
-  To endorse...
-  To enforce
-  To enjoy chatting with one's neighbours
-  To enliven a story with anecdotes
-  To enter into an alliance with a country
-  To entrust someone with the job of doing something
-  To err is human, to forgive, divine
-  To eventually make up one's mind
-  To expect better of a pupil
-  To expect better of someone
-  To expect something from somebody
-  To expect something from something
-  To expect things to fall into one's lap
-  To face death
-  To face the music
-  To fail to stop
-  To fall foul of the law
-  To farm cattle
-  To fast-forward a film
-  To feather one's nest
-  To feel a bit queasy
-  To feel a pang of conscience
-  To feel a pang of conscience at...
-  To feel bloated
-  To feel faint
-  To feel like a fifth wheel
-  To feel like letting one's hair down
-  To feel one's way along
-  To feel pooped
-  To feel queasy
-  To feel remorse
-  To feel shattered
-  To feel the need to do something
-  To fill in one's tax return
-  To find it hard to swallow the pill
-  To find someone guilty
-  To find someone innocent
-  To fit like a glove
-  To fit someone
-  To flash one's headlights
-  To floor someone
-  To fly off the handle easily
-  To fly somewhere
-  To focus on...
-  To follow a false scent
-  To follow the herd
-  To force one's company on someone
-  To force one's ideas on someone
-  To force somebody to do something
-  To form a guard of honour
-  To further...
-  To fuss over someone
-  To gain ground
-  To gesture with one's hand
-  To get a €50 fine
-  To get a bargain
-  To get a job through a bit of string-pulling
-  To get a move on
-  To get a swollen head
-  To get anybody anywhere
-  To get caught up in a system
-  To get caught up in the system
-  To get good vibes from someone
-  To get into a car
-  To get into the swing of things
-  To get never flustered
-  To get on one's high horse
-  To get on one's pet subject
-  To get someone
-  To get someone to do something
-  To get someone used to doing something
-  To get someone used to something
-  To get someone's goat
-  To get sunburnt
-  To get the culprit in the end
-  To get the wind up
-  To get things moving
-  To get to know someone
-  To get to the bottom of this
-  To get worked up about it
-  To get worse and worse
-  To give a demonstration
-  To give a leg-up
-  To give a rough estimate
-  To give a sharp rap
-  To give a start
-  To give an advantage to...
-  To give an advantage to someone
-  To give birth
-  To give directions to someone
-  To give free rein to one's anger
-  To give hell
-  To give one's personal particulars
-  To give private lessons
-  To give sick leave to someone
-  To give someone a call
-  To give someone a dirty look
-  To give someone a free hand
-  To give someone a gift
-  To give someone a hard time
-  To give someone a job to do
-  To give someone a kick up the backside
-  To give someone a kiss
-  To give someone a little job to do
-  To give someone a lot of hype
-  To give someone a present
-  To give someone a snow job
-  To give someone an injection
-  To give someone carte blanche
-  To give someone mouth-to-mouth respiration
-  To give someone mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
-  To give someone permission to do something
-  To give someone plenty of rope
-  To give someone something
-  To give someone the eye
-  To give someone the kiss of life
-  To give someone the responsibility of something
-  To give someone the slip
-  To give someone the third degree
-  To give something a lot of hype
-  To give something a sharp rap
-  To give the alarm
-  To give the alert
-  To give the coup de grâce
-  To give the go-ahead
-  To give the sales pitch
-  To give up
-  To give up the fight
-  To glower
-  To glower at someone
-  To go about one's work with goodwill
-  To go about one's work with grudgingly
-  To go and visit someone in hospital
-  To go bankrupt
-  To go blind
-  To go boating
-  To go bowling
-  To go by the book
-  To go camping
-  To go canoeing
-  To go cycling
-  To go dancing
-  To go down in someone's estimation
-  To go down the wrong way
-  To go down to the shop
-  To go for a drive
-  To go for a walk
-  To go for broke
-  To go for something
-  To go from rags to riches
-  To go hand in hand with...
-  To go hunting
-  To go into receivership
-  To go it alone
-  To go mushroom-picking
-  To go off on one's own
-  To go off to work
-  To go on a binge
-  To go on a cruise
-  To go on a pleasure trip
-  To go on a winter sports holiday
-  To go on the merry-go-round
-  To go paragliding
-  To go pub-crawling
-  To go round the world
-  To go sailing
-  To go skiing
-  To go snowboarding
-  To go surfing
-  To go swimming
-  To go through a red light
-  To go to...
-  To go to a show
-  To go to England
-  To go to get someone
-  To go to London
-  To go to school
-  To go to spend a penny
-  To go to the Azores
-  To go to the cinema
-  To go to the doctor
-  To go to the market
-  To go to the movies
-  To go to the office
-  To go to the school
-  To go to the school of hard knocks
-  To go to the theatre
-  To go too far too fast
-  To go walking
-  To go well together
-  To go well with...
-  To got back
-  To grab a bite
-  To grab someone
-  To grease someone's palm
-  To grill
-  To grip the road
-  To grope along
-  To grope around for something
-  To grope one's way down
-  To grope one's way up
-  To had measles when he was eight
-  To had measles when she was eight
-  To handle a lot of money
-  To hang one's head
-  To happen constantly
-  To hardly have time to come up for air
-  To have a bad opinion of someone
-  To have a bad reputation
-  To have a barbecue
-  To have a bit on the side
-  To have a black eye
-  To have a black mark on one's hands
-  To have a blackout
-  To have a cash-iron stomach
-  To have a cavity
-  To have a cold sore
-  To have a completely different point of view
-  To have a crew cut
-  To have a critical mind
-  To have a crush on someone
-  To have a deadpan sense of humour
-  To have a different point of view
-  To have a dirty mind
-  To have a dream
-  To have a drink
-  To have a film before one's eyes
-  To have a finger in every pie
-  To have a fixation
-  To have a fixation about something
-  To have a foot in the grave
-  To have a frog in one's throat
-  To have a go on a seasaw
-  To have a go on a swing
-  To have a good conversation
-  To have a good ear
-  To have a good ear for music
-  To have a good eyesight
-  To have a good future
-  To have a good grounding in...
-  To have a good head for maths
-  To have a good head on one's shoulders
-  To have a good memory
-  To have a good name
-  To have a good nose for a bargain
-  To have a good opinion of someone
-  To have a good reputation
-  To have a great time
-  To have a green thumb
-  To have a hangdog expression
-  To have a hangover
-  To have a hard time of it
-  To have a heart attack
-  To have a heart condition
-  To have a heart of gold
-  To have a heart of stone
-  To have a hearty appetite
-  To have a house built
-  To have a jam-session
-  To have a keen sense of smell
-  To have a lamp in one's throat
-  To have a lie-in
-  To have a lisp
-  To have a long arm
-  To have a lot of difficulty...
-  To have a lot of difficulty doing something
-  To have a lot of difficulty finding something
-  To have a lot of influence with someone
-  To have a memory like an elephant
-  To have a natural affinity with someone
-  To have a passion for something
-  To have a potbelly
-  To have a raging fever
-  To have a row with someone
-  To have a sense of belonging to...
-  To have a sense of belonging to a nation
-  To have a sense of humour
-  To have a sense of rhythm
-  To have a short memory
-  To have a skeleton in the cupboard
-  To have a splitting headache
-  To have a squint
-  To have a stag party
-  To have a stroke
-  To have a stutter
-  To have a subject down pat
-  To have a subscription to a paper
-  To have a successful career
-  To have a sweet tooth
-  To have a talent for...
-  To have a tendency to embroider the truth
-  To have a thin skin
-  To have a venomous tongue
-  To have a very good name
-  To have a very good reputation
-  To have a wash and brushup
-  To have a wild time
-  To have a will of iron
-  To have Aids
-  To have all the time in the world
-  To have already committed several crimes
-  To have an abundance of something
-  To have an accident
-  To have an accurate eye
-  To have an ace in the hole
-  To have an ace up one's sleeve
-  To have an affair with someone
-  To have an analytical mind
-  To have an easy life
-  To have an hourglass figure
-  To have an iron constitution
-  To have an iron hand in a velvet glove
-  To have an obsessive fear of illness
-  To have arthritis
-  To have as many medals as...
-  To have bad breath
-  To have bags under one's eyes
-  To have bats in the belfry
-  To have been given an advantage over...
-  To have been lucky
-  To have been very lucky
-  To have blind faith in someone
-  To have both feet on the ground
-  To have brains to spare
-  To have breast cancer
-  To have butterflies in one's stomach
-  To have cable
-  To have come to a dead end
-  To have comfortable seats
-  To have completely messed up one's weekend
-  To have control over...
-  To have control over one's pupils
-  To have difficulty doing something
-  To have difficulty making ends meet
-  To have difficulty pulling oneself together
-  To have dinner together
-  To have done the bulk of it
-  To have done time
-  To have egg on one's face
-  To have energy to spare
-  To have eyes like a hawk
-  To have fallen out with someone
-  To have family ties in a region
-  To have family ties somewhere
-  To have gone bad
-  To have good circulation
-  To have good memories of someone
-  To have good memories of something
-  To have good ratings
-  To have goosepimples
-  To have got a bad chest infection
-  To have got a bee in one's bonnet about...
-  To have got a bee in one's bonnet about saving energy
-  To have got a bit of a head
-  To have got a chip on one's shoulder
-  To have got a class
-  To have got a cold in the head
-  To have got a cut over one's eye
-  To have got a hangover
-  To have got a little place at the seaside
-  To have got a lot to do
-  To have got a pain in one's lower back
-  To have got a screw loose
-  To have got a sore throat
-  To have got bronchitis
-  To have got good anticipation
-  To have got loads of hang-ups
-  To have got measles
-  To have got money in the bank
-  To have got one's hands full
-  To have got personality problems
-  To have got pins and needles in one's legs
-  To have got pots of money
-  To have got pull
-  To have got some paperwork to do
-  To have got some urgent business to deal with
-  To have got someone under one's skin
-  To have got something in the pipeline
-  To have got two left feet
-  To have green fingers
-  To have had...
-  To have had an accident
-  To have had enough
-  To have had enough of...
-  To have had more than enough
-  To have had more than enough of...
-  To have happy memories of someone
-  To have happy memories of something
-  To have heartburn
-  To have influence with someone
-  To have it both ways
-  To have it together
-  To have keen hearing
-  To have known someone long
-  To have loads of hang-ups
-  To have lost one's voice
-  To have lung cancer
-  To have more than one string to one's bow
-  To have nerves of steel
-  To have no cause for alarm
-  To have no control over...
-  To have no proof
-  To have Nordic looks
-  To have not eaten a thing for two days
-  To have nuclear weapons
-  To have one of one's good days
-  To have one of one's off days
-  To have one too many
-  To have one's back to the wall
-  To have one's case dismissed for lack of evidence
-  To have one's day
-  To have one's driving licence suspended
-  To have one's driving licence suspended for a year
-  To have one's driving licence suspended for one year
-  To have one's hair in a bob
-  To have one's head in the clouds
-  To have other fish to fry
-  To have permission to do something
-  To have poor circulation
-  To have raging toothache
-  To have reached breaking point
-  To have reservations about something
-  To have respect for someone
-  To have rotten luck
-  To have run out of arguments
-  To have satellite TV
-  To have seen worse
-  To have several irons in the fire
-  To have several world records on one's credit
-  To have so much success
-  To have someone stay for dinner
-  To have someone stay for lunch
-  To have something at the back of one's mind
-  To have something to eat
-  To have sticky fingers
-  To have style
-  To have surplus goods
-  To have tax problems
-  To have the advantage
-  To have the advantage over...
-  To have the best of both worlds
-  To have the blues
-  To have the choice
-  To have the collywobbles
-  To have the exclusive right to something
-  To have the game in one's hands
-  To have the gift of the gab
-  To have the hiccups
-  To have the jitters
-  To have the last word
-  To have the lead over someone
-  To have the makings of a leader
-  To have the patience of a saint
-  To have the patience of Job
-  To have the police on one's tail
-  To have things in common
-  To have time on one's hands
-  To have to retire
-  To have uncomfortable seats
-  To have your cake and eat it
-  To head for...
-  To heap reproaches on someone
-  To hear a background noise
-  To hear a noise
-  To hear about something through the grapevine
-  To hear the sound of footsteps
-  To hear things about someone
-  To heartily detest someone
-  To hell with miserliness!
-  To help someone
-  To help someone to do something
-  To hesitate for a moment
-  To hide something to someone
-  To hire someone without declaring her
-  To hire someone without declaring him
-  To hit a snag
-  To hit it off with someone
-  To hit pay dirt
-  To hit the bottle
-  To hit the high spots
-  To hit the jackpot
-  To hitch home
-  To hold up the traffic
-  To ignore a stop sign
-  To implement
-  To increase in number
-  To increase in volume
-  To increase prices by...
-  To increase someone's salary
-  To increase someone's salary by...
-  To indicate
-  To inhale
-  To install a double door
-  To install a double doors
-  To instil something into someone
-  To instill something into someone
-  To insure oneself
-  To isolate oneself
-  To issue a description of a missing person
-  To issue a description of a wanted person
-  To join a club
-  To jump the gun
-  To just don't know what to do
-  To jut out
-  To keep a cool head
-  To keep a stiff upper lip
-  To keep calm
-  To keep falling in and out of love
-  To keep hoping
-  To keep increasing
-  To keep licking someone's arse
-  To keep licking someone's boots
-  To keep one's cool
-  To keep one's distance
-  To keep one's distance from...
-  To keep one's ear to the ground
-  To keep one's eyes down
-  To keep one's head
-  To keep oneself to oneself
-  To keep up with the Joneses
-  To keep running down somebody
-  To keep silent
-  To keep someone at a distance
-  To keep someone at arm's length
-  To keep someone on the sidelines
-  To keep someone waiting
-  To keep the ball rolling
-  To keep the wolf from the door
-  To kick up a fuss
-  To kick up a row
-  To kick up a stink
-  To kiss one's money goodbye
-  To kiss someone
-  To kiss something good-bye
-  To knee someone in the stomach
-  To knit
-  To knot a tie
-  To know a place like the back of one's hand
-  To know a subject inside out
-  To know all the tricks of the trade
-  To know one's lesson backwards
-  To know one's onions
-  To know one's stuff
-  To know some good restaurants to go to
-  To know some important people
-  To know someone through and through
-  To know something through and through
-  To know the right people
-  To lag behind
-  To land in a village in the middle of nowhere
-  To land somewhere
-  To land up in a village in the middle of nowhere
-  To launch an attack
-  To launch an attack on...
-  To lay it on thick
-  To lay the table
-  To lead in the field of...
-  To lead in the field of science
-  To lead someone by the nose
-  To lead someone to do something
-  To lead the life of Riley
-  To learn parrot fashion
-  To learn to do things automatically
-  To learn to read
-  To learn to swim
-  To leave a file pending
-  To leave a great void
-  To leave someone alone
-  To leave someone to her fate
-  To leave someone to his fate
-  To leave someone to judge for herself
-  To leave someone to judge for himself
-  To leave something pending
-  To leave something to someone
-  To leave the field clear for someone
-  To leave the light on
-  To lecture at the university
-  To let a piece of land lie fallow
-  To let someone get her breath back
-  To let someone get his breath back
-  To let someone in on the secret
-  To let someone stew
-  To level a reproach at someone
-  To liaise between...
-  To lick someone's boots
-  To like a bit of fun
-  To like doing something
-  To like putting on airs
-  To like someone
-  To like throwing one's weight around
-  To like to do something
-  To like to go for a walk
-  To limber up
-  To listen attentively
-  To listen carefully
-  To listen to someone
-  To live high on the hog
-  To live in France
-  To live in Paris
-  To live in the suburbs
-  To live like a lord
-  To live on amphetamines
-  To live on coffee
-  To live on the floor below
-  To live right in the centre
-  To liven things up
-  To loathe something
-  To lodge an appeal
-  To look a sight
-  To look daggers at someone
-  To look down
-  To look down in the mouth
-  To look drawn
-  To look gloomy
-  To look like a child
-  To look odd
-  To look set to become widely used
-  To look someone up and down
-  To look the part
-  To look the worse for wear
-  To look through...
-  To look through one's files
-  To lord it
-  To love someone to distraction
-  To love the cinema
-  To lump ... together
-  To lump them together
-  To lure someone into a trap
-  To maintain that...
-  To make a blunder
-  To make a brief appearance
-  To make a dreadful fuss about it
-  To make a fuss
-  To make a fuss about something
-  To make a liaison
-  To make a long story short...
-  To make a long weekend of it
-  To make a mountain out of a molehill
-  To make a nice couple
-  To make a packet
-  To make a purchase
-  To make a real fuss
-  To make a verb agree
-  To make a wish
-  To make advances to someone
-  To make an accusation against someone
-  To make an adjective agree
-  To make big profits
-  To make cheeseparing economies
-  To make concessions
-  To make definite progress
-  To make faces
-  To make good progress
-  To make it a principle to do something
-  To make love
-  To make mincemeat of someone's arguments
-  To make new business contacts
-  To make no secret of one's political views
-  To make one's career in teaching
-  To make one's contribution to something
-  To make one's mouth water
-  To make plans for the future
-  To make progress
-  To make quite a splash
-  To make several trips
-  To make sheep's eyes at someone
-  To make short work of one's opponent
-  To make short work of something
-  To make small talk
-  To make somebody a proposition
-  To make someone cry
-  To make someone cry out
-  To make someone feel so ashamed
-  To make someone feel unwelcome
-  To make someone happy
-  To make someone toe the line
-  To make someone understand something
-  To make someone very welcome
-  To make the best of a bad bargain
-  To make three copies of something
-  To make up with someone
-  To manage to...
-  To march
-  To marry into a wealthy family
-  To match...
-  To meet halfway
-  To mess up a room
-  To mess up somewhere
-  To mind one's Ps and Qs
-  To miscalculate
-  To mislead someone
-  To move something near to...
-  To multiply by a hundred
-  To must be seeing things
-  To mutter under one's breath
-  To my daughter!
-  To my great relief
-  To need...
-  To need a change of air
-  To need to let off steam
-  To neglect something
-  To nip in the bud
-  To nod in agreement
-  To notify someone
-  To occur constantly
-  To only make a brief appearance
-  To order someone to do something
-  To ostracize
-  To outclass someone
-  To overburden someone with work
-  To overexert oneself
-  To overstep the mark
-  To pace up and down
-  To pack
-  To pack it in
-  To pack one's bags
-  To paddle one's own canoe
-  To paint someone's portrait
-  To paint the town red
-  To parachute down
-  To paraphrase
-  To party
-  To pass
-  To pass a competitive exam
-  To pass the 10% mark
-  To pass the hat for someone
-  To pass to someone
-  To pay a compliment to someone
-  To pay attention
-  To pay attention to...
-  To pay attention to everything
-  To pay attention to everything that's going on
-  To pay careful attention
-  To pay someone a compliment
-  To pay through the nose for something
-  To perform acrobatics
-  To perform two plays alternately
-  To persuade someone to do something
-  To pick up a bug
-  To pin the blame on someone
-  To pinch and scrape
-  To pitch in
-  To place the emphasis on something
-  To plait hair
-  To play a dirty trick on someone
-  To play a hoax
-  To play a joke on someone
-  To play a practical joke on someone
-  To play along with someone
-  To play ball
-  To play billiards
-  To play bowls
-  To play cat and mouse with someone
-  To play footsie with someone
-  To play for time
-  To play injury time
-  To play into someone's hands
-  To play one's ace
-  To play something on the piano
-  To play something up
-  To play the guitar
-  To play with a ball
-  To play with fire
-  To poke someone's eye out
-  To pop the question
-  To pour dirty water down a sink
-  To pour gasoline over something
-  To pour petrol over something
-  To pretend to do something
-  To print
-  To produce a more flexible timetable
-  To prove someone's innocence
-  To prove something conclusively
-  To pull a long face
-  To punch someone
-  To put a clock forward
-  To put a cross by a name
-  To put a sock in it
-  To put a spanner in the works
-  To put a spell on someone
-  To put a spoke in someone's wheel
-  To put all one's eggs in one basket
-  To put an end to someone's suffering
-  To put an end to something
-  To put foot down
-  To put in a pile
-  To put into action
-  To put on a spurt
-  To put on an act
-  To put on antibiotics
-  To put one's cards on the table
-  To put one's career on hold
-  To put one's foot in it
-  To put one's turn signal on
-  To put someone in the picture
-  To put someone into the same category as...
-  To put someone on hold
-  To put someone on the right track
-  To put someone through one's paces
-  To put someone under house arrest
-  To put something by for a rainy day
-  To put something into a drawer
-  To put something into the same category as...
-  To put something on the back burner
-  To put the finishing touches to something
-  To put the pedal to the metal
-  To put the shot
-  To put under cover
-  To put up with anything from someone
-  To queen it
-  To quote someone as an example
-  To quote something as an example
-  To raise one's glass to someone
-  To reach...
-  To reach its peak
-  To reach one's goal
-  To reach the age of reason
-  To read a book from cover to cover
-  To read a text between the lines
-  To read avidly
-  To really did exist
-  To really knock it back
-  To receive a golden handshake
-  To recoil
-  To recoil from something
-  To reduce class sizes
-  To reduce tension
-  To reduce unemployment
-  To referee
-  To release someone on bail
-  To relieve oneself
-  To remain anonymous
-  To remain in control of one's vehicle
-  To remonstrate with someone
-  To remonstrate with someone about something
-  To restrict someone to a role
-  To ride pillion
-  To roar with laughter
-  To round down to the nearest cent
-  To round down to the nearest euro
-  To round down to the nearest penny
-  To round up to the nearest cent
-  To round up to the nearest euro
-  To round up to the nearest penny
-  To row
-  To ruin everything
-  To rule someone with a rod of iron
-  To rule someone with an iron hand
-  To rule the roost
-  To run a one-hundred-metre race
-  To run a red light
-  To run like a bat out of hell
-  To run up
-  To run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
-  To rush things
-  To sail
-  To sail round the world
-  To sail towards...
-  To satirize something
-  To save one's strength
-  To save up
-  To say awful things about someone
-  To say goodbye to someone
-  To say nasty things to someone
-  To say one's farewells
-  To say one's farewells to someone
-  To say silly things
-  To say something curtly
-  To scare someone stiff
-  To scratch someone's eyes out
-  To screw up everything
-  To scroll down
-  To scroll up
-  To see someone
-  To see someone in the street
-  To see something through
-  To see to it that...
-  To seek political asylum
-  To seem all set to win
-  To seethe with impatience
-  To send a film to be developed
-  To send for someone
-  To send further information about...
-  To send one's best wishes
-  To send someone on a wild goose chase
-  To send someone packing
-  To send something to someone
-  To send to kingdom come
-  To serve
-  To set an example
-  To set going
-  To set someone a goal
-  To set the alarm for 8 o'clock
-  To set the fox to mind the geese
-  To set the pace
-  To shake hands
-  To shake one's head
-  To shed blood
-  To shop
-  To shout blue murder
-  To show someone the ropes
-  To show the way
-  To show up in the nick of time
-  To shut someone up
-  To shut the door
-  To sing in a round
-  To sip one's coffee
-  To sit a child on one's knee
-  To sit on the fence
-  To sit someone down
-  To sit someone on one's knee
-  To sit someone up
-  To sit up and beg
-  To skedaddle
-  To ski
-  To ski off piste
-  To slalom
-  To slam a door
-  To slam the door
-  To slam the door in someone's face
-  To slap someone
-  To slash prices
-  To sleep in separate rooms
-  To sleep like a log
-  To sleep the clock round
-  To sleep under the stars
-  To slope gently
-  To slope steeply
-  To smarten up one's act
-  To smile at someone
-  To smoke like a chimney
-  To smooth things over
-  To snack between meals
-  To snap it up
-  To snap one's fingers
-  To snatch from someone
-  To snatch someone from...
-  To snatch someone from death
-  To snowboard
-  To sound the alarm
-  To spare someone a few minutes
-  To speak to someone
-  To speak well of someone
-  To spell it out
-  To spend all one's money
-  To spin round
-  To spin round once
-  To split hairs
-  To split the difference
-  To stagger under the blow
-  To stand around waiting
-  To stand in someone's way
-  To stand one's ground
-  To start off with a bang
-  To start someone off on something
-  To start to do something
-  To stay at a hotel
-  To step back
-  To step forward
-  To step on it
-  To step on the gas
-  To stew in prison
-  To stick out like a sore thumb
-  To still have all one's faculties
-  To stir up a hornet's nest
-  To stop
-  To stop in...
-  To stop smoking
-  To straighten one's skirt
-  To straighten one's tie
-  To strain one's back
-  To stretch one's arms out sideways
-  To string someone along
-  To stuff knowledge into someone
-  To stumble over a word
-  To suffer from wind
-  To sugar the pill
-  To suit someone
-  To sulk
-  To summons someone
-  To supplement one's income
-  To supply a town with electricity
-  To supply a town with gas
-  To supply a town with water
-  To support oneself
-  To surprise someone
-  To swallow a mouthful
-  To swallow a story hook, line and sinker
-  To swallow the bait
-  To sweep the floor
-  To swim under water
-  To swim with the tide
-  To take a step forward
-  To take advantage of a woman
-  To take attendance
-  To take cash
-  To take five
-  To take French leave
-  To take it in turns to do something
-  To take notice of someone
-  To take one's own life
-  To take out an insurance
-  To take out insurance
-  To take out life insurance
-  To take someone to court
-  To take stock of a situation
-  To take stock of the situation
-  To take the easy way out
-  To take the waters
-  To take too many medicines
-  To take up all someone's time and energy
-  To talk about something
-  To talk all the time
-  To talk dirty
-  To talk nonsense
-  To talk through one's hat
-  To tan easily
-  To tap someone's phone
-  To taste funny
-  To teach someone something
-  To teach someone to do something
-  To teach something to someone
-  To tear someone away from...
-  To tell lies
-  To tell someone a news
-  To tell someone something
-  To tell someone that...
-  To tell the whole neighbourhood
-  To tend to indulge
-  To testify that...
-  To think outside the box
-  To think someone is right to
-  To threaten someone with death
-  To throw a housewarming party
-  To throw a tantrum
-  To throw away
-  To throw caution to the winds
-  To throw money down the drain
-  To throw one's money down the drain
-  To throw something at someone
-  To throw something onto the table
-  To throw something to someone
-  To tick
-  To tickle someone
-  To tidy up
-  To tie a label onto a case
-  To tie a label onto something
-  To tie something onto...
-  To tie something onto something
-  To tie the knot
-  To tip the scales in someone's favour
-  To tiptoe in
-  To torn something to pieces
-  To toss and turn in one's sleep
-  To trade
-  To trade with...
-  To travel from one trouble spot to the next
-  To try to appeal to someone's better feelings
-  To try to be funny
-  To try to cover one's tracks
-  To try to do a snow job on someone
-  To try to do something
-  To try to give someone a snow job
-  To try to outsmart someone
-  To try to pull a fast one on someone
-  To try to pull the whool over someone's eyes
-  To try to take someone for a ride
-  To tug at someone's heartstrings
-  To turn a blind eye
-  To turn a deaf ear
-  To turn left
-  To turn off for...
-  To turn off towards...
-  To turn on the charm
-  To turn one's nose up
-  To turn right
-  To turn the lights off
-  To turn the lights off in a room
-  To turn the lights on
-  To turn the lights on in a room
-  To turn up one's nose
-  To umpire
-  To use one's charm on someone
-  To use up the leftovers
-  To vanish into thin air
-  To voice high-flown sentiments
-  To vow to do something
-  To wait for two hours
-  To wait until the aircraft has come to a complete stop
-  To wait until the bus has come to a complete stop
-  To wait until the train has come to a complete stop
-  To wait until things blow over
-  To walk at a brisk pace
-  To walk in twos
-  To walk on crutches
-  To walk single file
-  To walk to and fro
-  To walk upside down
-  To want it all
-  To want to have one's flying
-  To want to have one's flying before getting married
-  To was a bit wild
-  To wash the floor
-  To wear an eye patch
-  To weave between the tables
-  To weave in and out of the traffic
-  To were a bit wild
-  To whisper something in someone's ear
-  To win by 3 goals to 1
-  To win critical acclaim
-  To win hands down
-  To win on the scratch cards
-  To win one nil
-  To win one nothing
-  To wink
-  To wink at someone
-  To withdraw €100
-  To work against the clock
-  To work as an extra
-  To work far too much
-  To work in the public services
-  To work miracles
-  To work overtime to supplement one's income
-  To work something out in one's head
-  To work things out quickly
-  To workship...
-  To wreck a plan
-  To write a prescription
-  To yawn one's head off
-  To your 20th birthday!
-  Tongues are beginning to wag
-  Truth is often stronger than fiction
-  Turn the radio down!
-  Two days before Christmas...
-  Two heads are better than one
-  Two is company, three is a crowd



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