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one more time for the sweet souvenirfor old times' sakeRate it:

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better the devil you know than the one you don'tAlternative form of better the devil you know than the devil you don't know.Rate it:

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better the devil you know than the one you don't knowAlternative form of better the devil you know than the devil you don't know.Rate it:

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have eyes bigger than one's bellyTo take more food on one's plate than one can eat; to be greedy.Rate it:

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have eyes bigger than one's stomachTo take more food on one's plate than one can eat; to be greedy.Rate it:

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two heads are better than oneSome problems may be solved more easily by two (or more) people working together than by one working alone.Rate it:

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get one's wayTo obtain the circumstances one wishes for.Rate it:

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go out of one's wayTo make an extra effort.Rate it:

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any way one slices itFrom any perspective; in every case.Rate it:

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die the way one livedTo die because of or after doing something characteristic of the interlocutor.Rate it:

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have one's wayTo obtain the circumstances one wishes for; to do what one wishes to do, or to have others do what one wishes them to do.Rate it:

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have one's wayTo achieve a desired or natural result.Rate it:

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have one's wayTo have sexual intercourse with, especially without the consent of one's partner.Rate it:

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have one's way withTo engage in sexual intercourse with, especially without the consent of one's partner.Rate it:

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have one's wicked wayTo have sexual intercourse.Rate it:

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know one's way aroundTo be experienced and knowledgeable.Rate it:

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know one's way aroundTo be very familiar with; to have a significant understanding of.Rate it:

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lose one's wayto get lost, to become lost.Rate it:

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make one's wayTo move forward, usually toward a destination or goal, physically or conceptually.Rate it:

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out of one's wayNot in the direct route that one would normally use.Rate it:

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see one's way clear toTo commit oneself to.Rate it:

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whichever way one slices itfrom any perspective; in every caseRate it:

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il est comme l’anguille de melun (more correctly, languille de melun), il crie avant qu’on l’écorcheHe is like the eel of Melun, he cries out before he is hurt.Rate it:

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life is like a s*** sandwich the more bread you have the less s*** you eatThe main point is bread is slang for money so money makes your sandwich a little less repulsive and your life a little less well whateverRate it:

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more power to youBest wishes and success; good luck in your endeavor.Rate it:

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no more Mr. Nice GuyAn implied individual has ceased being pleasant, and will now resort to unpleasant means to get their way.Rate it:

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the more the merrierIt is more fun with more people.Rate it:

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delay no moreFuck you.Rate it:

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there are plenty more fish in the seaThere are many more potential opportunities available.Rate it:

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à laver la tête d’un More, on perd sa lessiveOn se donne inutilement beaucoup de peine pour faire comprendre à un homme quelque chose qui passe sa portée, ou pour corriger un homme incorrigible.Rate it:

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animo esse humili, demisso (more strongly animo esse fracto, perculso et abiecto) (Att. 3. 2)to be cast down, discouraged, in despair.Rate it:

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animum alicuius de statu, de gradu demovere (more strongly depellere, deturbare)to disconcert a person.Rate it:

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consilium capere, inire (de aliqua re, with Gen. gerund., with Inf., more rarely ut)to form a plan, make a resolution.Rate it:

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desiderio alicuius rei teneri, affici (more strongly flagrare, incensum esse)to long for a thing, yearn for it.Rate it:

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gratiam alicuius sibi quaerere, sequi, more strongly aucuparito court a person's favour; to ingratiate oneself with...Rate it:

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il faut qu’il fourre le doigt (or, more fam., nez) partoutHe must have a finger in every one’s pie.Rate it:

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il s’est fait sauter la tête (or, la cervelle, more fam. le caisson)He blew his brains out.Rate it:

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illudere alicui or in aliquem (more rarely aliquem)to make sport of, rally a person.Rate it:

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less is moreThat which is less complicated is often better understood and more appreciated than what is more complicated; simplicity is preferable to complexity; brevity in communication is more effective than verbosity.1855, Robert Browning, "Men and Women":Well, less is more, Lucrezia: I am judged.1954, "'Less Is More'," Time, 14 Jun.:The essence of Mies's architectural philosophy is in his famous and sometimes derided phrase, "Less is more." This means, he says, having "the greatest effect with the least means."2007, Gia Kourlas, "Dance Review: An Ordered World Defined With Soothing Spareness," New York Times, 3 Mar. (retrieved 22 Oct. 2008):The program, which features two premieresRate it:

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more at elevenUsed after a statement that is typical or should be obvious.Rate it:

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more equalOstensibly equal, but in reality more privileged.Rate it:

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more haste, less speedWhen we are in a hurry, we often end up completing our task slower.Rate it:

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more institutoque maiorum (Mur. 1. 1)according to the custom and tradition of my fathers.Rate it:

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more likeUsed to challenge another's use of a term, replacing it with something the speaker or writer considers more pertinent.Rate it:

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more like itBetter, more desirable.Rate it:

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more or lessapproximatelyRate it:

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more's the pityIt is a pity; it is unfortunate.Rate it:

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more, usu receptum estit is traditional usage.Rate it:

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need I say moreUsed to say that audience can predict the result of something.Rate it:

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negare, more strongly denegare alicui aliquidto refuse, reject a request.Rate it:

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