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do you come here oftenA common phrase for initiating conversation with a stranger, especially one for seeking romantic involvement.Rate it:

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proverbs often come in pairsAlternative form of proverbs run in pairs.Rate it:

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as often as notMore or less half of the time; on many occasions but not always; frequently.Rate it:

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often wrong, never in doubtHaving overconfidence in one's opinions that is impervious to failure.Rate it:

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you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don'tAlternative form of damned if you do, damned if you don'tRate it:

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come here to meIntroduces a topic which is grave or sensitive; listen up; I wanted to tell/ask youRate it:

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here you areSaid when you hand something over to someone or do a favour to them, usually to draw the recipient's attention to the exchange; Equivalent to “thank you” when receiving something..Rate it:

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here you goAlternative form of here you are.Rate it:

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here's looking at youA toast made to a friend or acquaintance when drinking an alcoholic beverage.Rate it:

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you must be new hereUsed to express that someone has in some way displayed their ignorance, unfamiliarity, or incompetence.Rate it:

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who do you think you are, you've not been to cardiff?You dont know anything. You have no knowkedge of the world or any wisdom.Rate it:

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come si!, come 'sah'Say Yes! or NoRate it:

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be here forBe excited for; be in favour of.Rate it:

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here and thereFrom time to time.Rate it:

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get out of here!An exclamation of disbelief.Rate it:

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Appendix:Snowclones/I'm here to X A and Y B, and I'm all out of ASaid before doing something, usually with a determined, resolute tone.Rate it:

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be here forAlternative form of be there forRate it:

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does anyone here speak EnglishDoes anyone here speak English?Rate it:

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from here to sundayEverywhere; all over the place.Rate it:

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from here to ya-yaA very long distance.Rate it:

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get out of hereTo leave or exit a place.Rate it:

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get outta hereEye dialect spelling of get out of here.Rate it:

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get outta hereUsed to tell somebody to go away or leave one alone.Rate it:

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get outta hereIndicating disbelief or requesting confirmation.Rate it:

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have had it up to hereTo have become very frustrated or angry; to have reached the limit of one's patience or forbearance.Rate it:

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here and nowimmediatelyRate it:

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here and thereIn one place and another.Rate it:

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here be dragonsA place/thing that has not yet been ventured; unfamiliar territoryRate it:

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here goes nothingIndicates a lack of confidence or certainty about the activity about to be tried.Rate it:

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here liesWritten on gravestones followed by the buried person's name.Rate it:

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here to staypresent, and set to remain permanently.Rate it:

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here we goan expression of frustration upon seeing or hearing something bad repeated.Rate it:

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here we go againan expression of frustration upon seeing something bad repeated.Rate it:

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here's mud in your eyeA good-natured toast used when drinking an alcoholic beverage.Rate it:

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here's the thingPrecedes the key point of an explanation.Rate it:

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here's toDenoting proposed salutation while drinking alcohol, toast.Rate it:

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I just work hereIndicates that the speaker cannot answer their interrogator's question, because of lack of experience with or knowledge on the topic.Rate it:

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I only work hereAlternative form of I just work hereRate it:

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in the here and nowIn present practice rather than in theory; with the priority of palpably and actually existing.Rate it:

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is anyone here a doctorAsked to call upon a doctor to come forth from a group of people.Rate it:

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is anyone sitting hereUsed to ask whether a seat near the interlocutor is currently occupied.Rate it:

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is it safe hereis it safe here?Rate it:

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Kilroy was hereInserted in the manner of graffiti in many remote and difficult-to-access locations to mark the presence of American workers or military personnel.Rate it:

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look hereListen to me!Rate it:

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my eyes are up hereSaid to persuade the interlocutor to stop looking lustfully at the speaker's body.Rate it:

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neither here nor thereNot important; having no significance or influence on the question at hand; not related; not relevant; not germane; not pertinent.Rate it:

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not here to fuck spidersUsed to indicate one has serious business to pursue and should not be wasting time.Rate it:

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not invented hereInvented outside one's own company (referring to the knee-jerk dismissal of products, technologies, etc. that come from third parties).Rate it:

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Out of HereLeaving, I’m goingRate it:

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same hereI agree; I am in the same situation; I have had or am having the same experience or perception.Rate it:

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