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while away your dayOne whom is lackadaisical, regressive, cares less:Rate it:

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while awayTo spend idly but pleasantlyRate it:

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day-to-dayOrdinary or mundane.Rate it:

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on a cloudy day i saw a rainbow, on the day i saw you , you gave a stormOn better days there's a plot of getting ahead than on a bad day.Rate it:

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day after dayFor an indefinite number of days.Rate it:

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day in, day outEvery day; daily; constantly or continuously; especially, of something that has become routine or monotonous.Rate it:

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day-to-dayHappening every day.Rate it:

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day-to-daySubject to daily redetermination.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOn a daily basis.Rate it:

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day-to-dayOrdinary, monotonous routine; that which is usual or mundane.Rate it:

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every day is a school dayYou learn something new every day.Rate it:

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all the whileAt the same time as, usually over an extended period.Rate it:

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even a blind pig can find an acorn once in a whileBeing right once doesn't prove anythingRate it:

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Fiddle While Rome BurnsTo do nothing or engage you in trivial things knowing that something urgent and critical is happening aroundRate it:

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fiddle while Rome burnsTo neglect helping when one's time is needed most; to ignore the major problem at hand (whilst doing something less important); to be idle, inactive, or uninterested in a time of great need.Rate it:

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get out while the getting's goodTo leave at an opportune time or before adverse conditions appear.Rate it:

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get out while the getting's goodTo sell all or part of one's holdings in stocks, real estate, a business, etc. while conditions are good, particularly in anticipation of a drop in prices.Rate it:

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Make Hay While the Sun ShinesTo do something beneficial in a tight situationRate it:

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make hay while the sun shinesTo act while an opportunity exists; to take action while a situation is favorable.Rate it:

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once in a whileOccasionally; sometimes.Rate it:

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Strike While the Iron is HotTo avail the opportunity at the right time, to make use of a favorable conditionRate it:

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strike while the iron is hotTo act on an opportunity promptly; to avoid waiting.Rate it:

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while we're youngsoon, without much delayRate it:

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worth one's whileGood and important enough for one to spend time, effort, or money on.Rate it:

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an apple a day keeps the doctor awayApples are healthy and stave off illness.Eat healthy and you won't get sick.Rate it:

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

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don't give up your day jobImplying that they could not earn a living from it without other regular employment.Rate it:

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don't quit your day jobAlternative form of don't give up your day jobRate 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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a cold day in hellAn event that will never happen.Rate it:

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call it a dayTo cease the activity for the day.Rate it:

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not give someone the time of dayTo ignore someone deliberately; to refuse to talk or pay attention to someone.Rate it:

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bad hair dayA day when one's hair seems unmanageable.Rate it:

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a day late and a dollar shortAction that was taken too late and too feeble to be of any use.Rate it:

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another day, another dollaran expression recognizing a balance in life, normalcy, and routinenessRate it:

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rainy dayA difficult period of need, when things do not go right.Rate it:

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give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetimeIt is more worthwhile to teach someone to do something than to do it for them.Rate it:

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stop an eight-day clock and throw it into reverseBefore batteries and household electricity were used to power clocks, most clocks had to be wound by hand to keep operating. Eight-day clocks were designed so they only had to be wound every eighth day and the movement only turned in a clockwise direction. Therefore, someone with an appearance objectionable enough to stop the clock and send the movement spinning in the wrong and opposite direction would be ugly indeed.Rate it:

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