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brebis comptées le loup les mangeCounting one’s chickens will not keep the fox off; If you count your chickens, harm will happen to them.Rate it:

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but me no butsUsed to cut off objections or qualificationsRate it:

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catch big airSuperlative of catch air; make a big jump high off the ground.Rate it:

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drugstore cowboyDresses like a cowboy to show off at the drugstore; looks like a cowboy, but ain't.Rate it:

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fool's bargainA bad bargain; one that leaves the person accepting it worse off.Rate it:

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FortnightOilA Specially Refined Lantern-oil for the Switchman's Signal Lanterns used on the Grand Trunk Railroad. 'Topped-Off' Lanterns generally required refilling after a 'fortnight' of duty time. (Conjecture)Rate it:

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if they sold it to you, you paid too muchEven when you perceive a good deal, someone is making money off you.Rate it:

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power downTo switch off.Rate it:

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zero outTo cut off funding for.Rate it:

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a good beginning makes a good endingGood beginnings promise a good end; start off on a good note to reap the benefits at the end.Rate it:

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check is in the mailA common excuse used by debtors to put off creditors.Rate it:

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he is purdee crazy!He's off the chart, gone over the edge. Just as crazy as crazy gets.Rate it:

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put the bee onTo finish off, to beat.Rate it:

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let her ripTo set off or allow to begin.Rate it:

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fend awayTo turn something away; to ward off.Rate it:

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go the way of the dinosaursTo go extinct or become obsolete; to fall out of common use or practice; to go off the firsthand market; to become a thing of the past.Rate it:

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knock outTo complete, especially in haste; knock off.Rate it:

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on the back footIn a defensive posture; off-balance.Rate it:

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put downTo drop someone off, or let them out of a vehicle.Rate it:

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rat runA small road that people venture down when they want to sneak off the motorway and take a short cut.Rate it:

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dress down1) Wear casual or work clothing, informal clothes: 2) Speak To Someone In a Desultory Tone, A Commanding, Analytical, Superior, Critiquing Manner; . . . . . {Tell Someone 'OFF' }Rate it:

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hang upring offRate it:

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long ways, long liesSomeone who comes back from a far-off country can tell lies without fear of being contradicted.Rate it:

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medium sermonem abrumpere (Verg. Aen. 4. 388)to break off in the middle of the conversation.Rate it:

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pick up stitchesStitches to the knitting needle that were previously bound off, or that belong to the selvage, during the process of knitting or entrelac.Rate it:

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à peu de chose prèsNot far off.Rate it:

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acknowledge the cornTo cop a plea; to admit to a small error but not a larger one.Rate it:

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aliquem in servitutem abducere, abstrahereto carry off into slavery.Rate it:

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aliquem proficiscentem prosequito accompany any one when starting; to see a person off.Rate it:

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aliquid in aliud tempus, in posterum differreto put off till another time; to postpone.Rate it:

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amber gamblerA driver of a road vehicle who accelerates when the traffic lights change from green to amber (instead of stopping, as required by law), gambling that no vehicle will cross his or her path; a driver who starts off when the traffic lights show red and amber together, but not yet green.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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après skiA place "after skiing". Typically a bar or pub where people go after a day on the slopes to ease off and meet other people.Rate it:

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après-skiA place "after skiing". Typically a bar or pub where people go after a day on the slopes to ease off and meet other people.Rate it:

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at the coal faceTo be directly engaged in the operations of a business, rather than in a hands-off, managerial position.Rate it:

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at the end of the roadNo longer in the competition. Voted off. Eliminated.Rate it:

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avaler d’un traitTo drink off at one gulp, at a draught.Rate it:

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avoir du foin dans ses bottesTo be well off.Rate it:

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avoir du pois layStealing brass weights off the counters of shops.Rate it:

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backfootTo put on the defensive; to put off balance.Rate it:

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backpedalTo distance oneself from an earlier claim or statement; back off from an idea.Rate it:

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bâcler son ouvrageTo do one’s work quickly and badly; To “polish off” (or, scamp) one’s work.Rate it:

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baîller comme une carpeTo yawn one’s head off.Rate it:

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bas les mainsHands off.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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bottom feederA fish or other aquatic creature that feeds off the bottom of its habitat; a flatfish.Rate it:

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bread-and-butterA general saying used to ward off bad luckRate it:

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bread-and-butterA saying specifically used to ward off bad luck when separating hands to walk either side of a treeRate it:

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break groundTo lift off the sea bottom when being weighed.Rate it:

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bust the dustTo clean dust off something, such as with a vacuum cleaner.Rate it:

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