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step in front of a moving trainTo sacrifice one's own life for a noble and loyal cause.Rate it:

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get movingTo start hurrying to undertake a task.Rate it:

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moving along at a snail's paceThe slow start of an agenda, the maintenance of a slothful effort, spending half a day to complete a two hour job.Rate it:

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ride with the punchesTo deflect the force of an opponent's punches by moving the body adroitlyRate it:

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take a jokeTo accept a joke at one's expense.Rate it:

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carry outTo hold while moving something out.Rate it:

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bite the bulletTo accept a negative aspect of a situation in order to continue moving forward.Rate it:

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keep up withTo manage to remain beside or just behind that is moving away from one.Rate it:

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turn to stoneTo become completely still, not moving.Rate it:

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stop upTo increase the aperture of a photographic lens, moving from an f/stop represented by a higher number to an f/stop represented by a lower number and causing more light to pass into the camera.Rate it:

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veg outTo relax by not moving much.Rate it:

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cost the earthto be a huge expenseRate it:

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play old harryBlenkiron and I have been moving in the best circles as skilled American engineers who are going to play Old Harry with the British on the Tigris. — John Buchan, "Greenmantle", 1916..Rate it:

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take it outsideTo take a fight to a more violent level, especially by moving it to an outside place.Rate it:

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all over the place like a mad woman's custardMoving about randomly.Rate it:

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all students take calculusA mnemonic for the sign values of all the trigonometric functions in the two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system. The initial letters ASTC — for all, sine, tangent, cosine — signify which of the functions are positive, in the order of the quadrants, starting at the top right and moving counterclockwise.Rate it:

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ass into gearGet going; get moving; start producing.Rate it:

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ass-backwardsMoving backwards, that is, rear end first.Rate it:

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at restNot moving; stationary.Rate it:

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aux frais de la princesseAt another’s expense (chiefly of the State Government).Rate it:

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bouncing off the wallsMoving hyperactively.Rate it:

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bring up the rearTo be last in a moving line of people, to walk or go behind others in a line.Rate it:

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come down toTo reach by moving down or reducing.Rate it:

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cross the aisleOf a member of a parliament, to resign from one's political party and join another party, resulting in moving from one's currently assigned desk or seat in the legislative chamber to a new desk or seat physically located with the other members of one's new party.Rate it:

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cross the floorOf a member of a parliament, to resign from one's political party and join another party, resulting in moving from one's currently assigned desk or seat in the legislative chamber to a new desk or seat physically located with the other members of one's new party.Rate it:

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dog eat dogRuthlessly acquisitive or competitive. Describes a business or other set of circumstances where people try to succeed at the expense of other people.Rate it:

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faire des frais(lit.) To go to expense; (fig.) To make efforts to please.Rate it:

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field dayA great time or a great deal to do, at somebody else's expense.Rate it:

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flying startThe start of a sports event in which the competitors are moving when they pass the starting line or initial jump point.Rate it:

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free rideAn opportunity or benefit which has no cost, especially one enjoyed or undertaken at the expense of others.Rate it:

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get a move onTo hurry up, to get moving.Rate it:

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get one's ass in gearTo exert effective effort; to get going; to get moving; to start producing.Rate it:

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Get This Show on the RoadGet something moving, step ahead and keep goingRate it:

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head offTo begin moving away.Rate it:

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heavy-footedSlow-moving.Rate it:

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hit the pavementTo get moving in an automobile or other road vehicle.Rate it:

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hop to itTo hurry up, to get moving.Rate it:

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housewarmingA party to celebrate moving into a new home.Rate it:

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let's motivateTo depart; get moving.Rate it:

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light paintingThe artistic technique of moving a light source to selectively illuminate parts of the subject or scene a camera is recording (at a slow shutter speed), or to shine directly into the camera and in this way sketch.Rate it:

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light paintingCamera painting, the artistic technique of moving a camera (while it records at a low shutter speed) such that light sources appear in multiple places or as streaks in the resulting photograph, the "painting".Rate it:

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Like a Bump on a LogDormant, static, not moving or respondingRate it:

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muck upTo clown around; to have fun, often at the expense of others.Rate it:

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off like a bride's nightieMaking a rapid departure; away. [From 1960.](Australia, horse racing) Moving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:

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off like a bride's nightieMoving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:

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on the goActively traveling; busy; moving often.Rate it:

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on the runConstantly traveling or moving from place to place.Rate it:

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on tiptoeMoving carefully, quietly, warily or stealthily.Rate it:

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out and aboutTraveling; out; moving; engaged in regular day to day activities.Rate it:

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play the anglesIn a game which involves control of a moving object, such as a ball or puck, to allow for angular movements of the object caused by bounces, rebounds, ricochets, etc. or to carefully guard the corners of the goal, net, or other scoring target.Rate it:

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