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Straight from the Horse’s MouthSomething coming directly from the main, authentic or reliable source direct from trustworthy person or placeRate it:

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strike out into unknown territoryVenture forth into a new or unknown business, theme, vacation, personal relationship or program.Rate it:

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stuff youUsed in place of fuck you.Rate it:

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sub inReplace something or take someone's place, especially in sportsRate it:

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sub outTo remove from something or to have one's place taken, especially in sports.Rate it:

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subsidere in insidiis (Mil. 19. 49)to place oneself in ambush.Rate it:

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suck inTo cause someone to become slowly more and more involved in a business or situation that is often not to that person's liking.Rate it:

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sucker punchA disabling punch targeting a place which is not normally acceptable in a "fair fight", such as on the back of the head.Rate it:

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sufficere aliquem in alicuius locum or alicuito elect a man to fill the place of another who has died whilst in office.Rate it:

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sweat equityAn investment of labour, typically by the owner and often his or her family, usually in a small business or personal residence that increases the value of the business or residence.Rate it:

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sweep outto remove someone outside of a place (where they are not wanted)Rate it:

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Swiss bank accountAny place considered safe or secure to put things in.Rate it:

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Take a PowderQuickly leaving a place or to sneak out from someoneRate it:

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take a wrong turn at AlbuquerqueTo take a wrong turn or miss a turn in a journey, so reaching a place distant from the original goal.Rate it:

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take awayTo make someone leave a place and go somewhere else. Usually not with the person's consent.Rate it:

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take by stormTo rapidly gain great popularity in (a place).Rate it:

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take out the trashTo forcefully remove people from a place.Rate it:

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take out the trashTo remove rubbish from a place.Rate it:

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take the leadTo become the leader, to advance into first place.Rate it:

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tee upTo place a golf ball on a teeRate it:

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tee upTo place the ball on a tee, ready for kickoff.Rate it:

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ten-dollar wordA long and uncommon word used in place of a shorter and simpler one with the intent to appear sophisticated.Rate it:

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tendere aliquoto journey towards a place.Rate it:

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the rubber meets the roadA place or circumstance at which the implementation of a plan or intent is to be achieved.Rate it:

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there isThird-person singular simple present indicative form of there be. Used to indicate the existence of something physical or abstract in a particular place. see also there are.Rate it:

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there is no there thereThe indicated thing, person, or other matter has no distinctive identity, or no significant characteristics, or no functional center point; nothing significant exists in that place; nothing significant is occurring in that situation.Rate it:

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three in the pink one in the stinkTo place your three fingers inside a vagina and your fourth finger inside the anusRate it:

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three-martini lunchA leisurely, expensive, midday meal associated with drinking, which is tax-deductible because business is discussed.Rate it:

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three-martini lunchA leisurely, expensive midday meal associated with drinking, which is tax-deductible because business is discussed.Rate it:

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throw awayTo place a son or daughter for adoption.Rate it:

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thumb one's noseTo place a thumb upon the tip of the nose, usually while simultaneous wiggling one's fingers, in a gesture of disrespect.Rate it:

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tiaInitialism of This is Africa, a business newspaper.Rate it:

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to the moonTo a very distant or unreachable place.Rate it:

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too hot to holdA place that has too much police activity to harbor a fugitive unnoticed.Rate it:

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tool aroundTo drive or jaunt about, going from place to place without any specific direction or goal.Rate it:

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turf outTo remove or eject from a place.Rate it:

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turn about is fair playMy business partner came up to Me the week before Halloween to notify that he was leaving for two weeks in Florida 'cause is wife was tired.Rate it:

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turn backTo refuse to allow someone to pass a border or enter a place.Rate it:

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twenty-five cent wordAn uncommon word, often used in place of a more common one with the intent to appear sophisticated.Rate it:

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under the tableSecretly or without reporting, especially of payments made or business transacted.Rate it:

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unspoken wordA great and viable factor, a venerable background, solid financial condition. Long and successful business history.Rate it:

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urbs patria or simply patrianative place.Rate it:

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varie ed eventualiany other businessRate it:

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vigilias crebras ponere (Sall. Iug. 45. 2)to place a close line of sentry-posts.Rate it:

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vous n’avez rien à y voirThat is no business of yours.Rate it:

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wait onTo attend; to go to see; to visit on business or for ceremony.Rate it:

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Walkyrie vendredi, dimanche WalhallaS’emploie par plaisanterie à la place de « tel qui rit vendredi, dimanche pleurera ».Rate it:

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Wall Street American financial markets, financial institutions as a whole, or by extension, big-business interests.Rate it:

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war brideA company or individual whose business is increased by warfare.Rate it:

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well ain't that the catfish in the trapA sentence commonly spoken in the Southern United States. It can often be used in place of "well, I'll be damned". Used to express surprise.Rate it:

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