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Easy As Rolling Off a LogExtremely easy; need no effortadded by anonymous
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Easy as PieVery easy; an effortless task in which no effort is requiredadded by anonymous
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Early Bird Catches the WormThose who wake up early and start work have the best possible chances to attain their settled goalsadded by anonymous
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Dyed in the WoolPermanent; absoluteadded by anonymous
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Dutch TreatOne pays for oneself for food and entertainment on any social event/occasionadded by anonymous
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Dull as DishwaterUnexciting, not excitingadded by anonymous
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Drop You like a Hot PotatoTo disassociate oneself with something/someone as soon as possibleadded by anonymous
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Drop in the BucketAn extremely little, unimportant amountadded by anonymous
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Drive You CrazyTo force someone into a state of anger and mental instability; to make someone very frustratedadded by anonymous
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Drive a Hard BargainTo work hard in price negotiation, to insist in making a deal to buy or sell at a good priceadded by anonymous
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Dressed to the NinesTo wear stylish clothing; wearing clothes to draw attentionadded by anonymous
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Draw the Line AtTo decide a definite perimeter, particularly regarding behavioradded by anonymous
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Down to the WireRight up to the closing date/time, Running out of time;added by anonymous
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Down to EarthRealistic; Sensible; Practicaladded by anonymous
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Down the HatchTo drink something quicklyadded by anonymous
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Down the DrainLost or vanishedadded by anonymous
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Down in the DumpsDepressed and unhappyadded by anonymous
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Dot Your I's and Cross Your T'sTo do something very carefullyadded by anonymous
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Dose of One's Own MedicineThe same or a similar unpleasantness revert back to someone that has been giving othersadded by anonymous
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Don't Take Any Wooden NickelsDon't allow anybody deceive you or take advantage of youadded by anonymous
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Don't Look a Gift Horse in the MouthDon’t complain if you get gift that is not as good as you expect; accept what you've been given without analyzing its valueadded by anonymous
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Don't Count Your Chickens before They HatchTo warn someone to wait until the expected good thing has really happened till then avoid making further plansadded by anonymous
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Dog-Eat-Dog WorldTo live a life associated by severe competition wherein people struggle ruthlessly to live or attain successadded by anonymous
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Dog's LifeA be miserable and awful, to have harsh survival without much pleasure or prosperityadded by anonymous
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Dog Days of SummerThe hottest and mainly moist days of summer, mostly the July and Augustadded by anonymous
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Do or DieTo get complete success or failure; to take the chance of destroy oneself in trying to succeedadded by anonymous
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Do not regret, it is living in pastIf we regret, we are recalling the past. Should not do it.added by anonymous
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Dime a DozenTo be common and cheap; easy to access and obtainable everywhereadded by anonymous
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Diamond in the RoughSomeone or something that has lost charm now, but has immense value and the prospective to be stunningadded by anonymous
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Dead DuckA ruined person; a person or plan that is certain to die or failadded by anonymous
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Dead as a DoornailTo lose hope, to become hopeless about successadded by anonymous
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Dark-Horse CandidateAn unknown candidate who wins unpredictablyadded by anonymous
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Cutting EdgeAn important position or development in the field of science or technologyadded by anonymous
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Cut Your Eyeteeth on SomethingTo become sensible at a young age; to have experienceadded by anonymous
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Cut to the QuickTo hurt someone in a grave manner; to act cold or unkindadded by anonymous
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Cut to the ChaseTo avoid procrastination or distractions and get to the point.added by anonymous
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Cut the MustardTo comply with the requirements or handle a job in a perfect manneradded by anonymous
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Cut Off Your Nose to Spite Your FaceTo make a difficult situation more complicated due to an angry actionadded by anonymous
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Cry WolfTo send out a wrong signal of any threat or impending danger, a false alarmadded by anonymous
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Cry Over Spilled MilkTo become sad over something that has already taken place and the results could not be changedadded by anonymous
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Cross that Bridge when You Come to ItDon’t worry about unnecessary things, don’t over-think a problem, deal with the difficulty when it arrives, don’t predict problems in your headadded by anonymous
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Crocodile TearsFalse grief or fake tears to gain attentionadded by anonymous
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Cream of the CropThe best part or person or excellent choiceadded by anonymous
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Couch PotatoA person who loves spending time in front of a screen watching dramas, movies or playsadded by anonymous
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Cost an Arm and a LegSomething very expensive and not worth the cost in few casesadded by anonymous
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Cool Your HeelsTo wait for a long time due to some problem, influence or effectadded by anonymous
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Cool ItTo calm downadded by anonymous
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Cool As a CucumberTo act calm and remain relaxedadded by anonymous
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Cooking With GasTo perform or complete something with excellence and enthusiasmadded by anonymous
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Cook Your GooseTo bring someone down, spoil someone’s quality time or to wreck a happy plan or projectadded by anonymous
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