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sing your praisesTo praise someone or something very much.Rate it:

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sing the praises ofTo commend someone's attributes to others.Rate it:

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Sing for Your SupperTo perform or give any service in return for something that one demands or desiresRate it:

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sing sopranoTo suffer castration or an injury to the testicles.Rate it:

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sing a different tunechange one's opinion about or attitude toward someone or something.Rate it:

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sing alongA gathering or event where participants are encouraged to add their voices in song.Rate it:

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sing from the same hymnbookTo make the same or similar statements, especially to express the same opinions in public as a result of a prior agreement.Rate it:

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sing like a birdto divulge secrets with little coercionRate it:

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sing like a birdto have a beautiful singing voiceRate it:

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sing off the same hymn sheetTo be in agreement, to coordinate answers.Rate it:

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sing outTo cry out in pain.Rate it:

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sing outTo call out.Rate it:

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sing outTo start singing.Rate it:

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sing songus prisonRate it:

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sing sopranoTo perform vocal music in a higher pitch than alto.Rate it:

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sing upto sing louder.Rate it:

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sing upto sing higher, to sing an ascending scaleRate it:

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to sing like a canaryto squeal to the law on one's accomplicesRate it:

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"never mind your mother sonny.... eat your bleedin' orange"I worked with a man from Foulridge, Lancashire for over 35 years who often used this phrase whenever there was a problem and he wasn't sure of the answer!.. Said the phrase came from a "chap I used to work with in Colne... but he didn't know what it meant either"Rate it:

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Dot Your I's and Cross Your T'sTo do something very carefullyRate it:

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Wear Your Heart on Your SleeveReveal your emotions that are subject to comments, make your feelings obvious rather than hiding themRate it:

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Cut Off Your Nose to Spite Your FaceTo make a difficult situation more complicated due to an angry actionRate it:

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Have Your Heart in Your MouthTo have a feeling of extreme fear, be too afraid of somethingRate it:

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keep your friends close, and your enemies closerOne should be on their toes and alert of their surroundings if malicious people are around, to ensure such people can't wreak havoc in one's life.Rate it:

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not your circus, not your monkeysIt's none of your business; an exhortation to stay out of a volatile or delicate situation.Rate it:

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Put Your Foot in Your MouthTo become trouble maker by uttering wrong words at wrong time, to put yourself into problem with your blundersRate it:

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Put Your Money Where Your Mouth isTo have belief in giving your money for, to invest in something you have favor and supportRate it:

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put your money where your mouth isPractice what you preach.Rate it:

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put your money where your mouth isTalk is cheap. If the proponent of the venture is so confident, remind him: Better put your money where your mouth is!Rate it:

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the enemy of your enemy is your friendTwo parties who have an enemy in common should join forces against it.Rate it:

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you pays your money and you takes your choiceEach person should make their own decisions.Rate it:

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don't dip your pen in company inkAlternative form of you don't dip your pen in company ink.Rate it:

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Eyes in the Back of Your HeadTo be able to imagine and feel what is happening behind or outside of one's field of visionRate it:

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Get the Lead Out of Your FeetTo move hurry or work fasterRate it:

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hold your fireWait, don't retaliate, calm down, be quiet.Rate it:

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in your bloodingrained in or fundamental to your character, as if inheritedRate it:

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Make Your Mouth WaterTo be intimidated by something in such a way that you feel inclined towards it and desperately desire of eating or drinking by feeling pleasureRate it:

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quit your day dreaming!Pay Attention To What YOU Are Doing!Rate it:

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Talk Through Your HatTalking in a non-sense manner; talking about something without knowing about itRate it:

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you don't dip your pen in the company inkwellAlternative form of you don't dip your pen in company inkRate it:

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zip your lipBe quiet.Rate it:

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calm your titsCalm down! (Used to tell someone to relax when they are agitated, angry, overexcited, etc.)Rate it:

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don't drive faster than your guardian angel can flyDriving (a vehicle) very fast is a dangerous act.Rate it:

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right up your alley:Flying is certainly right UP your alley:Rate it:

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speak now or forever hold your peaceSay something now or don't say anything at all.Rate it:

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you can hang your hat on thatIt's something to put faith in, to rely upon or trust (when used in a positive connotation).Rate it:

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your mileage may varyTo express a possible difference in taste, "this is just my opinion, your opinion may be different".Rate it:

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pick your battlesonly involve yourself in disputes where you are likely to win.Rate it:

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Born With a Silver Spoon in Your MouthBorn in a family or environment that is rich, comfortable and luxuriantRate it:

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break out of your shellWhen someone is a little shy.Rate it:

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