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Ring a BellSomething that’s familiar, reminding or remembering something; recalling your deeper memoriesadded by anonymous
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Right of the BatImmediate or instant without causing any sorts of delaysadded by anonymous
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Red-Carpet TreatmentSpecial and exclusive treatment for someone in terms of hospitality and respectadded by anonymous
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Red TapeExtra-long formal procedure that consumes lots of time, strict adherence to certain rules and regulationsadded by anonymous
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Red Letter DayA day of great happinessadded by anonymous
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Red HerringSomething that can be extremely misleading and can cause the attention of an individual to be diverted to something else from the main issue/subjectadded by anonymous
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Real McCoyGenuine or the original articles and not the fake ones; something original or best in qualityadded by anonymous
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Read the Riot ActScold in a severe manner, or to give a warning to someoneadded by anonymous
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Read Between the LinesTo discern the reality, or the hidden truth from something such as a fact or documentadded by anonymous
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Rats Abandoning a Sinking ShipPeople who aren’t loyal to something, especially an enterprise and leave it before things get worseadded by anonymous
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Rat RaceSevere, long-lasting and stressing competition in the society or in businessadded by anonymous
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Rally Round the FlagGetting together to express support and backing, particularly during the bad timesadded by anonymous
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Raise CainTo be extremely furious or frustrated and grumble with troubleadded by anonymous
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Raise an EyebrowShocking or surprising someone by saying something exceptional or doing something extraordinary; showing the facial expressions of disapproving somethingadded by anonymous
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Raining Cats and DogsExtremely heavy rain; excessive downpouradded by anonymous
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Rain or ShineIt doesn’t matter what the circumstances are or whatever happens; whatsoever the conditions or the weather isadded by anonymous
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Rain on Your ParadeSpoiling day of an individual, particularly regarding special plans, instances, performances, celebrations, etcadded by anonymous
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Rain CheckA ticket stub that allows an individual to attend an event on behalf of a canceled one; a paper piece that allows someone to buy a sold-out product at discounted or sale price later onadded by anonymous
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Quiet as a MouseExtremely silent; non-talkative; silent or making very less soundadded by anonymous
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Quick on the DrawReady to respond on something in an efficient manner, faster or quicker in something, efficient to acquire some infoadded by anonymous
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QT (also QT and qt)Mysteriously; silently; no one knows.added by anonymous
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Put Your Shoulder to the WheelTo work really hard for something, making great effort to accomplish somethingadded by anonymous
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Put Your Money Where Your Mouth isTo have belief in giving your money for, to invest in something you have favor and supportadded by anonymous
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Put Your Foot in Your MouthTo become trouble maker by uttering wrong words at wrong time, to put yourself into problem with your blundersadded by anonymous
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Put Your Foot DownTo be rigid, strict and resolute about something, to be unyielding about a certain ruleadded by anonymous
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Put Your Finger on SomethingTo be accurate in pointing out something, to precisely recognize or recall somethingadded by anonymous
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Put Your Best Foot ForwardTo leave the perfect first impression, to try your best to do somethingadded by anonymous
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Put the Cart before the HorseTo carry out something in reverse order, to do opposite of somethingadded by anonymous
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Pull Yourself TogetherTo calm down or settle after bring frustrated or, to control one’s emotions and angeradded by anonymous
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Pull Your LegTo tease someone by making fun of him or her.added by anonymous
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Pull up StakesLeaving one’s job, home or country to another place that offers better thingsadded by anonymous
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Pull the Wool over Your EyesTo play trick with someone making him or her fool, to deceive or cheat someoneadded by anonymous
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Pull the Rug out from Under YouTo ruin someone’s dreams, hopes or plans, to suddenly withdraw supportadded by anonymous
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Pull StringsTo secretly influence something with great impact, to control something from distanceadded by anonymous
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Pull out All the StopsTo do something eagerly or whole heatedly, putting in all to succeedadded by anonymous
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Pull No PunchesTo hit something with great force and power, attacking something potently, to be honestadded by anonymous
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Pull All Your Eggs into One BasketTo take all your chances on one plan or idea, to use all your options at one timeadded by anonymous
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Pull a Rabbit Out of HatTo magically produce something much needed, to find out a solution all of a sudden or unexpectedlyadded by anonymous
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Pull a Fast OneTo cheat others by playing mastermind tricksadded by anonymous
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Proof of the Pudding is in EatingWhatever is the outcome or end result of something defines the success or failure of that thingadded by anonymous
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Power behind the ThroneThe actual force or person behind ones success, the real person in chargeadded by anonymous
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Pour Oil on Troubled WatersTo calm down the tense situation, to sooth someone in anger or tensionadded by anonymous
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Pot Calling the Kettle BlackThe person who like to point out flaws and weakness in others when he or she has the same in himself or herselfadded by anonymous
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Poor as a Church MouseTo be in very poor condition, poverty- strickenadded by anonymous
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Point of No ReturnCertain time or position after which it is impossible to retreat, change course or do somethingadded by anonymous
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Play the FireTaking unnecessary risk, or cautiously putting oneself in a dangerous situation, inviting dangeradded by anonymous
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Play the FieldTo have many lovers and dates without making a single genuine commitment with one particular personadded by anonymous
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Play Second FiddleTo be subservient to someone, to follow someone or somethingadded by anonymous
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Play it by EarTo take ones next move when one is already faced with a situation, to devise or improvise thingsadded by anonymous
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Play Fast and LooseTo be capricious and irresponsible, to do all that pleases one without caring to have offended othersadded by anonymous
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