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culture heroA mythical character or real person who is renowned as the exemplar of the values or achievements of a society, group, or time period.Rate it:

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cumulum gaudii alicui afferre (vid. sect. V. 6) (Fam. 16. 21. 1)to add the crowning point to a person's joy.Rate it:

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cut shortInterrupt and curtail before the planned end time.Rate it:

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Cut to the ChaseTo avoid procrastination or distractions and get to the point.Rate it:

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cut to the chaseTo get to the point; to get on with it; to state something directly.Rate it:

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cut to the quickTo get to the most essential idea or point.Rate it:

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c’est direCela montre à quel point c’est vrai.Rate it:

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c’est là que gît le lièvreThat is the main point; There’s the rub.Rate it:

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c’est le diable qui bat sa femme et qui marie sa filleIt is raining and the sun is shining at the same time.Rate it:

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c’est une réponse à l’emporte-pièceIt is a very cutting answer, and to the point.Rate it:

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dans la fouléewhile you're at it, at the same timeRate it:

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dans le même tempsat the same time, at once, simultaneouslyRate it:

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dans le même tempson the other hand, at the same time, then againRate it:

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dar las tantascause someone to take a long timeRate it:

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day and ageA time period of years or more.Rate it:

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day and nightAll the time; round the clock; unceasingly.Rate it:

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daylightThe period of time between sunrise and sunset.Rate it:

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de but en blancPoint-blank; Abruptly.Rate it:

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deathbed conversionAn abrupt, last-minute change in one's professed beliefs, principles, or point of view in order to escape a serious threat or to increase one's chances of success.Rate it:

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denial is not a river in EgyptUsed to point out that somebody is in a state of psychological denial.Rate it:

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desk jockeyOne who spends his or her time seated at a desk; especially one who is more concerned with procedure, paperwork, or administration than with its ultimate goal or practical consequence.Rate it:

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deversari apud aliquem (Att. 6. 1. 25)to stop with a person, be his guest for a short time when travelling.Rate it:

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DiamondIn Railroad Parlance, the especially designed, critically installed rail-section in place at 'Cross-Over' point. Special Switch-Tower With Special Switch-Point Equipment operated 24/7 by Experts:Rate it:

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dichosos los ojos que te venlong time no see, you're a sight for sore eyesRate it:

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dick aroundTo waste time on an unproductive activity.Rate it:

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die offTo become extinct (if a group of plants, animals, or people dies off, all of that group dies over a period of time).Rate it:

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dies dolorem mitigabittime will assuage his grief.Rate it:

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dip a toe intoTo enter or get involved in tentatively and for the first time.Rate it:

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diu anceps stetit pugnathe issue of the day was for a long time uncertain.Rate it:

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donkey's earsA long time.Rate it:

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donkey's yearsA long time.Rate it:

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double bookedOf a single resource, reserved for two different users at the same time.Rate it:

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double dutchSex using a condom and the contraceptive pill at the same time.Rate it:

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down and outIn trouble; in a bad time or situation or having very bad luck.Rate it:

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down the lineFurther along, in terms of time or progress.Rate it:

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down the roadFurther along, in terms of time or progress.Rate it:

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down the trackFurther along, in terms of time or progress.Rate it:

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Down to the WireRight up to the closing date/time, Running out of time;Rate it:

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drain awayTo diminish over time; to disappear or leak out gradually.Rate it:

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dripTo fall one drop at a time.Rate it:

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drive atTo mean, signify; to aim or tend to a point.Rate it:

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drone onto talk in a boring manner for a long time.Rate it:

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drop the ballTo fail in one's responsibilities or duties, or to make a mistake, especially at a critical point or when the result is very negative.Rate it:

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du fil à retordrea hard time, some difficultiesRate it:

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Dutch reckoningUsed other than as an idiom. as reckoned by the Dutch: five o'clock by the Dutch reckoning would be five o'clock in the Dutch rather than, e.g., a Canadian time zone; for example, 1 March 1625 in the Dutch reckoning was, in the English reckoning of the time, 19 February 1624(?).Rate it:

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d’ici là il passera bien de l’eau sous le pontIt will be a long time before that happens.Rate it:

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eat, breathe, and sleepTo devote one's time obsessively to.Rate it:

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einmal ist keinmalOne time won’t hurt; just try itRate it:

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Eleventh HourLittle before the exact deadline; the latest possible timeRate it:

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en moins de rienIn less than no time.Rate it:

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