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set one's shoulder to the wheelTo start hard work; to begin to toil.Rate it:

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put one's shoulder to the wheelTo work or exert oneself heavily or with full effort.Rate it:

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Put Your Shoulder to the WheelTo work really hard for something, making great effort to accomplish somethingRate it:

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wheel within a wheelA complication of circumstances, motives, etc.Rate it:

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chip on one's shoulderA tendency to take offence quickly.Rate it:

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chip on one's shoulderA form of challenge in the same spirit as a medieval knight throwing down his gauntlet.Rate it:

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chip on one's shoulderA habitually combative attitude, usually because of a harboured grievance, sense of inferiority, or having something to prove.Rate it:

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cold shoulderA deliberate act of disrespect; a slight or snub.Rate it:

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Chip on Your ShoulderAlways ready to fight or get in some quarrel or having an aggressive and rude natureRate it:

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Cold ShoulderTo show unfriendly attitude to someone by ignoring or giving him her less importanceRate it:

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give somebody the cold shoulderTo snub, resist or reject somebody; to regard somebody distantly.Rate it:

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give someone the cold shoulderTo snub, resist or reject somebody; to regard somebody distantly.Rate it:

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hard shouldermortorway shopping areaRate it:

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shoulder the burdento help with a task or difficulty; be sb's responsibilityRate it:

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shoulder to cry onSomeone offering emotional support to another in distress.Rate it:

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straight from the shoulderDone in a direct manner; blunt.Rate it:

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Straight from the ShoulderTo be telling something frankly and honestly, not lying about anything, to be candid or just with someoneRate it:

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asleep at the wheelto not pay attentionRate it:

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at the wheelDriving; in control of a vehicle.Rate it:

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at the wheelIn control of the situation; in charge.Rate it:

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behind the wheelIn control of a vehicle; driving.Rate it:

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behind the wheelIn control of the situation; in charge.Rate it:

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big wheelA person with a great deal of power or influence, especially a high-ranking person in an organization.Rate it:

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big wheelFerris wheel.Rate it:

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butterfly upon a wheelAn innocent person crushed by life's adversities.Rate it:

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ferris wheelfairgroung rideRate it:

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fifth wheelA type of trailer hitch, which consists of a horseshoe-shaped plate on a multi-directional pivot, with a locking pin to couple with the kingpin of a truck trailer.Rate it:

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fifth wheelA very large trailer that is towed with a pickup truck.Rate it:

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fifth wheelA very large truck trailer; an 18-wheeler.Rate it:

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fifth wheelAnything superfluous or unnecessary.Rate it:

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Fifth WheelA person who is really not needed by others and is ignored by themRate it:

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German wheelUsed other than as an idiom: see German, wheel.Rate it:

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German wheelAn apparatus made up of two large, usually steel rings joined together by a set of parallel steel bars.Rate it:

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keep your hands on the wheelA. Continue leading. B. Maintain focus with tenacity.Rate it:

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reinvent the wheelTo redo work unnecessarily when it has already been done satisfactorily; to rethink an already working system, technique, etc. in a pointless attempt to improve it.Rate it:

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squeaky wheel gets the greaseThe person who complains or speaks up most loudly receives the redress or attention which he or she seeks.Rate it:

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take the wheelTo assume control of a situation.Rate it:

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take the wheelTo be in control of the steering wheel of a vehicle or a vessel.Rate it:

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the wheel turnsTime moves forward; circumstances change; life continues.Rate it:

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third wheelA person or thing that serves no useful purpose.Rate it:

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Wheel and DealTo manipulate or operate for one’s own interest, to convince or negotiate aggressivelyRate it:

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wheel aroundTo transport someone or something to various locations by pushing a wheeled transporter such as a wheelchair or a wheelbarrow or trolley.Rate it:

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wheel awayTo run around in celebrationRate it:

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wheel outUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see wheel,‎ out.Rate it:

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wheel outTo employ or bring out.Rate it:

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set one's cap at. Or, more generally, to choose something as a goal.Rate it:

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have one's heart set onTo want or desire deeply, regardless of practicality or rationality.Rate it:

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set in one's waysDriven by habit; inclined or determined to continue according to one's custom or established preferences.Rate it:

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set one's hair on fireTo become wildly impassioned; to behave crazily.Rate it:

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set one's heart onTo desire with intensity and commitment.Rate it:

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