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a million timesby a factor of a millionRate it:

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for old times' sakeAn appeal to the nostalgia of prior experiences to convince someone to do something.Rate it:

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behind the timesOut of date; old-fashioned; obsolete; outmoded; outdated.Rate it:

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let the good times rollTo have fun or live fully; may imply letting things that are going well proceed.Rate it:

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sign of the timesA symbol of an era; a zeitgeist.Rate it:

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desperate times call for desperate measuresIn adverse circumstances actions that might have been rejected under other circumstances may become the best choice.Rate it:

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nine times out of tenvery often, mostly, most of the timeRate it:

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nine times out of tenUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see nine,‎ times,‎ out of,‎ ten.Rate it:

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at the best of timesAt most.Rate it:

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at timesOn occasion, sometimes.Rate it:

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desperate times require desperate measuresAlternative form of desperate times call for desperate measures.Rate it:

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for old times' sakesAlternative form of for old times' sake.Rate it:

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get with the timesto become cognizant of modern trends, words or ideasRate it:

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shaky timesThe expression reflects negative influences of many categories, including financing, government interference and changes in a firm's leadership.Rate it:

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shaky timesThe expression reflects negative influences of many categories, including financing, government interference and changes in the firm's leadership.Rate it:

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blow pastTo easily overcome or go around a safeguard or limit.Rate it:

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brush pastTo go by quickly, making slight contact.Rate it:

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see past the end of one's noseTo have insight into underlying facts or consequences; to possess common sense or a vision for the future.Rate it:

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zoom pastTo pass very quickly.Rate it:

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quarter pastFifteen minutes past any hour.Rate it:

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put one pastTo deceive, trick, or fool, especially by concealing something.Rate it:

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be pastTo have recovered from; to no longer believe that an experience is important.Rate it:

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blast from the pastSomething or someone that a person has not seen for a long time and that which evokes nostalgic feelings.Rate it:

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Do not regret, it is living in pastIf we regret, we are recalling the past. Should not do it.Rate it:

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file pastTo move by in a line or procession and with a serious, often spiritual or deeply emotional purpose.Rate it:

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get pastTo continue around a blockage; to get around; to surpass something that is in the way.Rate it:

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get pastTo get through a difficult time; to overcome a source of grief.Rate it:

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get pastTo cause someone to overcome a source of grief or get through a difficult time.Rate it:

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get pastTo cause something to get around a blockage; to cause to get around or surpass something that is in the way.Rate it:

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get past oneselfTo become able to look beyond one's own ego and negative emotions; to overcome internal and emotional obstacles.Rate it:

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ghost from one's pastSomething unpleasant from one's past that "haunts" them to the present day.Rate it:

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go pastTo surpass a boundary; to go by a limit.Rate it:

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let get pastSynonym of let pastRate it:

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let pastTo allow someone to pass one.Rate it:

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march pastAlternative form of march-pastRate it:

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past masterexpertRate it:

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push pastTo rudely force one's way in front of another.Rate it:

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push pastTo force a conversation or situation to continue after an awkward interruption.Rate it:

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put it pastTo consider it beyond what someone is capable of doing.Rate it:

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put one past somebodyTo deceive, trick, or fool, especially by concealing something.Rate it:

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put one past someoneTo deceive, trick, or fool, especially by concealing something.Rate it:

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put pastTo conclude that would not do something.Rate it:

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reach pastTo extend beyond.Rate it:

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run pastTo bring an idea or proposal to the attention of someone in order to obtain their opinion.Rate it:

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run something pastTo bring an idea or proposal to the attention of someone in order to obtain their opinion.Rate it:

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slip one pastTo sneak something through a process or inspection; to hide something or conceal a fact; to prevent attention being drawn to something.Rate it:

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smuggle pastTo illicitly or dishonestly get through an inspection.Rate it:

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sneak pastTo get through or successfully go around an inspection, guard or bureaucratic hurdle.Rate it:

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talk pastTo talk at cross purposes with; to speak in such a way that a listener fails to understand one's meaning.Rate it:

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thunder pastTo move by loudly, at great speed.Rate it:

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