Found 1,499 phrases starting with P:

piece of the actionA portion of the monetary gains or other benefits produced by some venture or activity; a share of participation in a venture or activity.Rate it:
piece of workA product or manufactured article, especially an item of art or craft.Rate it:
piece outTo increase or complete by adding one or more pieces.Rate it:
piece outTo lay out or present possible components of a whole.Rate it:
piece togetherTo physically assemble from fragments or pieces.Rate it:
piece togetherTo reconstruct an event or goal from incomplete or flawed elements.Rate it:
PIEFACEA nickname, quip, reference to children and youth; A mild insult to 'KIDS' "You're a PIEFACE", "SHUT-UP, KID!"Rate it:
pierce the veilTo see through an illusion or find a hidden meaning, to see the truth within a lie.Rate it:
Pierian springThe source of knowledge, inspiration, or learning.Rate it:
piffy on a rock bunA person ignored or sidelined from an activity.Rate it:
pig fuckerAlternative form of pigfucker.Rate it:
pig fuckerUsed other than as an idiom.Rate it:
pig in a pokeSomething whose true value is concealed or unknown, especially something offered for sale.Rate it:
pig outTo eat voraciously or ravenously; to gorge oneself.Rate it:
pigs can flyAlternative form of pigs might fly.Rate it:
pigs might flyusually used as a response (often with hint of sarcasm) to a situation that you think there is no chance of ever occurringRate it:
pile onto gain (weight) quickly.Rate it:
pile on the poundsto gain weight quickly.Rate it:
pile upTo form a pile, stack, or heap.Rate it:
pile upTo collect or accumulate, as a backlog.Rate it:
pile-upA traffic accident or collision involving multiple vehicles.Rate it:
pileupa collection of Jumbled vehicles, piled atop each other as a result of any number of untoward, unsafe vehicle operation or environmental factors occurring on a roadway, street, freeway, railway:Rate it:
pill in the pocketA pill carried in a pocket of one's clothing such as pants or a coat.Rate it:
pill in the pocketA medication, usually prescribed by a physician, which the patient is to carry with him or her, and which is to be used only under certain conditions.Rate it:
pill millAn clandestine operation where a medical worker spuriously offers prescription medications to patients in exchange for bribes and not necessarily for any actual need.Rate it:
pill to swallowUsed other than as an idiom: see pill, swallow.Rate it:
pill to swallowSomething to be accepted or tolerated.Rate it:
pillow talkconversation shared by bedmatesRate it:
pimp outTo prostitute, take advantage of, exploit, use, to hire out or provide to others like a whore.Rate it:
pimp outTo make improvements to, to beautify.Rate it:
pimp upto get dressed upRate it:
pimp upto decorate; to prettifyRate it:
pin backTo keep at a distanceRate it:
pin downRequire, Insist Upon An Exact Statement As To The Details Or The Facts In The Matter At Hand: A Firm Affirmation Of Action To Be Taken:Rate it:
pin downTo attach or secure with pins.Rate it:
pin downTo corner somebody in order to get a firm answer.Rate it:
pin down1) Hold Under Submission, (Wrestling: 2) Restrain enemy attack, return fire, and movement:Rate it:
pin moneyAn allowance of money given by a man to his wife or to other dependents for their personal, discretionary use. [from 16th c.]Rate it:
pin moneyA relatively small sum of cash kept in one's personal possession, for routine expenses or incidental purchases; an amount of money which is not particularly significant. [from 18th c.]Rate it:
pin tucknarrow ornamental foldRate it:
pin upTo put on display, using a pin.Rate it:
pinch and a punch for the first of the monthSaid the first day of a new month, accompanied by a pinch and a punch to the victim.Rate it:
pinch atTo find fault with; to take exception to.Rate it:
pinch offTo separate from something else, using a pinching motion.Rate it:
pinch one offto defecateRate it:
pinch outTo remove the shoots of a plant: the leading shoot in order to encourage a bushy habit a plant's side shootsRate it:
pinch-hitTo bat in place of another playerRate it:
pinch-hitTo bat in place of another player.Rate it:
pinch-hitTo do something in the place of another person who is not able to perform or is less skilled; to substitute or stand in for somebody.Rate it:
pinchpennyOne who spends little money; one who is very frugal or cautious with money.Rate it:

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