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peanut butter and a punch in the bellyChild's aggressive behavior.Rate it:

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"we're peanut butter and jelly"by Curtis Lassiter to describe his extraordinarily unbreakable bond with daughter Renowned Global Activist Greshun De Bouse, and to describe how neither of them is good or as good without the other-like peanut butter and jelly #curtislassiter #activistdebouseRate it:

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peanut galleryAny source of heckling, unwelcome commentary or criticism, especially from a know-it-all or of an inexpert nature.Rate it:

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belly-up to the barSame as belly up to the bar; a friendly invitation to individual to come up to the bar and/or join the group for libation and conversationRate it:

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raise the barTo raise standards or expectations, especially by creating something to a higher standard.Rate it:

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Russian barA gymnastics-style beam held by two porters used to do gymnastics-style tricks.Rate it:

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know from a bar of soapTo know; to be acquainted with (a person).Rate it:

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bar upto fit with bars (e.g. across a window or door)Rate it:

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bar flyA person who frequents bars or lounges to get drunk.Rate it:

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bar noneWithout exception; excluding nothing else of the same kind.Rate it:

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bar offto barricade with bars.Rate it:

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bar outTo shut a teacher out of the classroom as a prank.Rate it:

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bar sinisterThe state or characteristic of having been born out of wedlock; illegitimacy; bastardy.Rate it:

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bar sinisterA state or characteristic which is dishonorable or shameful; a stigma.Rate it:

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bar sinisterA bend sinister or baton sinister in a coat of arms.Rate it:

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bar starA female who frequents bars or lounges, usually late at night.Rate it:

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belly up to the barSame as belly-up to the bar; a friendly invitation to individual to come up to the bar and/or join the group for libation and conversationRate it:

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call to the barAdmission to practice in the courts.Rate it:

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call to the barTo admit (someone) to practice in the courts.Rate it:

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crossing the barPoetic Expression for passing out of this world:Rate it:

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crossing the barNavigating the dangerous wave action encountered at delta junction of river mouth and ocean reaches.Rate it:

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prop up the barTo spend time drinking alcohol at the bar in a pub.Rate it:

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rede wenig, rede wahr trinke mäßig und zahll bar.One should speak not too much and should say true and even drinking a lot should ever pay cash.Rate it:

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Russian barUsed other than as an idiom: see Russian, bar.Rate it:

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set the barTo set specific standards or expectations.Rate it:

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all-out brawlA brutal fight without honor, often referring to spontaneous conflicts that erupt in a public place like a bar.Rate it:

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après skiA place "after skiing". Typically a bar or pub where people go after a day on the slopes to ease off and meet other people.Rate it:

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après-skiA place "after skiing". Typically a bar or pub where people go after a day on the slopes to ease off and meet other people.Rate it:

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bend one's elbowTo drink alcoholic beverages, especially at a public house or bar.Rate it:

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booze canA nightclub or bar, especially one which operates illegally or is otherwise disreputable.Rate it:

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c'est un avocat en herbeHe is studying for the bar; He is a sucking barrister.Rate it:

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can I buy you a drinkIndicates the speaker wishes to buy the interlocutor a drink, in a bar.Rate it:

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drinking holeA bar or other local drinking establishment.Rate it:

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il fait son droitHe is studying for the bar.Rate it:

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ladies' loungeA room in a pub or hotel, separate from the main drinking area, in which drinks are served; originally a place for women to drink in when not welcome or not comfortable in the traditionally male-oriented public bar, and latterly a more genteel area than the public bar. Rate it:

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life's not all skittles and beerSkittles and Beer refers to the carefree, indulgent bar life; skittles being a British pub game. Thus, life's not all skittles and beer means that not everything is about pleasure.Rate it:

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pick up the tabTo accept a charge and pay for it, especially at a bar or restaurant.Rate it:

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swing-upTrainman reaches for a grab-bar on a boxcar and swings-up onto the footrail:Rate it:

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watering holeA bar or other local drinking establishment.Rate it:

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