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bale upto pack or collect into a bale or bundle.Rate it:

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bank nightAn event where patrons are enticed to buy entry tickets into some venue, for example a movie theater, with the anticipation that they will be entered into a drawing to win an amount of money if their ticket is drawn and they are on-site at the time of the winning.Rate it:

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battre de l'aileto go into decline, to wane; to be on the rocks, on the skidsRate it:

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bell outTo open out into a bell shape.Rate it:

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benevolentiam, favorem, voluntatem alicuius sibi conciliare or colligere (ex aliqua re)to find favour with some one; to get into their good graces.Rate it:

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bite the big oneo break down; to be impossible to repair or not worth repairing.Rate it:

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blank outTo become blank.To temporarily lose memoryHe blanked out five minutes into the meeting.I'm blanking out on your name, I'm afraid.Rate it:

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blanket termA word or phrase that is used to describe multiple groups of related things. The degree of relation may vary. Blanket terms often trade specificity for ease-of-use; in other words, a blanket term by itself gives little detail about the things that it describes or the relationships between them, but is easy to say and remember. Blanket terms often originate as slang, and eventually become integrated into the general vocabulary.Rate it:

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blaze upto burst into flames from a seemingly non-burning stateRate it:

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blend inTo fit unnoticed into the surroundings.Rate it:

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boldly go where no man has gone beforeTo break new ground.Rate it:

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bottom edgeA deflection of a ball off of the bottom edge of a bat, onto the ground and potentially into the wicket.Rate it:

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box upTo pack into boxes.Rate it:

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brace of shakesThe time taken for a sail to shake or shiver twice as a ship comes into the wind.Rate it:

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branch offto diverge into two or more separate paths.Rate it:

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breaking and enteringThe crime of gaining unauthorized entry into another's property by force.Rate it:

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bring a knife to a gunfightTo enter into a confrontation or other challenging situation without being adequately equipped or prepared.Rate it:

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bring toTo turn into the wind; to check the course of by trimming the sails so as to counteract each other.Rate it:

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bugger upTo break or spoil something, or make it inoperative, useless etc.Rate it:

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bum rushStorming into an establishment.Rate it:

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bundle upTo put into a bundle.Rate it:

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burn the midnight oilTo work studiously, especially late into the night.Rate it:

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burst my balloonBreak-up an assertion or a claim of success. Depracate a plan or approach. Deflate and belittle the glowing reports of a well chosen committee:Rate it:

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burst my balloonBreak-up an assertion or a claim of success. Deprecate a plan or approach. Deflate and belittle the glowing reports of a well chosen committee:Rate it:

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bust outto escape (from); break outRate it:

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ça va barderall hell will break loose!Rate it:

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cachinnum tollere, edereto burst into a roar of laughter.Rate it:

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can't make ends meetTto earn just enough money to avoid getting into debt.Rate it:

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carve upTo cut into pieces.Rate it:

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carve upTo divide or dismember, separate into partsRate it:

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cash outTo reconcile at the end of a shift; to compare receipts of items sold to records of credit card, check and cash placed into the drawer, verifying that correct change was given out by the clerk.Rate it:

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castra movereto begin the march, break up the camp.Rate it:

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catch heatTo get into trouble with somebody; to be scolded or chastised.Rate it:

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cervices (in Cic. only in plur.) frangere alicui or alicuiusto break a person's neck.Rate it:

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cet homme y va tête baisséeThat man rushes blindly into it; That man sets to work energetically.Rate it:

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cheat out ofTo trick into giving something up; to unfairly deprive someone of.Rate it:

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chickenizationThe process of chickenizing, making into a vertically and horizontally integrated industry.Rate it:

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chickenizeTo make into a vertically and horizontally integrated industry.Rate it:

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chip inTo put into the pot the amount of chips or money required to continue.Rate it:

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chip shotAn approach shot made from a location a short distance from the golf green in which the ball is launched into the air with only low or moderate force, so that it will land on the green and roll toward the hole.Rate it:

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chop upTo separate or divide something that was whole. To cut or chop into separate pieces. To convert a sampled audio file into short segments.Rate it:

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chuck upTo chuck up the sponge; to give up; to admit defeat; to jig up, throw up, jack up; to break a contract; to abandon or quit.Rate it:

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circle the wagonsTo draw a wagon train into a circle to allow the wagons to provide cover when under attack.Rate it:

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claustra portarum revellereto break down the gates.Rate it:

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close outOf a wave, to break all at once, instead of progressively along its length.Rate it:

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clue stickA metaphorical stick used to beat information or understanding into a slow learner.Rate it:

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come and goTo alternately enter and exit into something (physically or figuratively)Rate it:

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come atTo enter into sexual relations with.Rate it:

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come forthTo move forward and into view, to emerge, to appear.Rate it:

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come toTo stop a sailing vessel, especially by turning into the wind. See also come about.Rate it:

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