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entre l'arbre et l'écorceIn a bad situation; between a rock and a hard place.Rate it:

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entre le marteau et l'enclumebetween a rock and a hard place; between the devil and the deep blue seaRate it:

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equites ad latera disponere (B. G. 6. 8)to place the cavalry on the wings.Rate it:

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être au four et au moulinTo be all over the place; be in two places at once.Rate it:

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even keelOf a business or other activity which is under control and running smoothly.Rate it:

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ex vivoMeans "out of the living," that what takes place outside the organismRate it:

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faites vos jeuxIn roulette, the call made by the croupier when gamblers can place their bets.Rate it:

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find oneselfTo discover oneself to be in a particular place.Rate it:

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find your grooveYour place in lifeRate it:

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first loserSecond place.Rate it:

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first loserThe second place finisher in auto racing competition.Rate it:

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first loveThe thing, place, or activity of which one is fondest; one's most fundamental interest or attachment.Rate it:

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first port of callThe first place to go to start a process.Rate it:

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Fish Out of WaterTo feel uncomfortable and out of place while adjusting in a place or situationRate it:

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Fly the CoopTo move or leave secretly from a place or situation, to run away or get way or escapeRate it:

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fly-by-nightA person or business that appears and disappears rapidly, or gives an impression of transience.Rate it:

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fold upTo go out of business.Rate it:

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for keepsTo compete seriously, with a strong resolve to win or succeed, as in sports or business.Rate it:

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force inTo make something larger fit in a smaller or tight place with brute forceRate it:

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Four Corners of the EarthFrom all across the world, from all over the placeRate it:

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freezing coldextremely and unpleasantly cold (of the weather, the temperature in a place, a person, or an object)Rate it:

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fresh off the boatNewly arrived from a foreign place, especially as an immigrant who is still unfamiliar with the customs and language of his or her new environment.Rate it:

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from here to sundayEverywhere; all over the place.Rate it:

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from post to pillarFrom one place to another; from pillar to post, hither and thither.Rate it:

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get aroundTo transport oneself from place to place.Rate it:

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get inTo enter a place; to gain access.Rate it:

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Get in on the Ground FloorTo get associated with an important or major business and project at its startRate it:

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get off withTo befriend someone and snog them, especially in a public place.Rate it:

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get out of hereTo leave or exit a place.Rate it:

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get out while the getting's goodTo sell all or part of one's holdings in stocks, real estate, a business, etc. while conditions are good, particularly in anticipation of a drop in prices.Rate it:

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give a hootTo care about; to place value on something.Rate it:

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go belly-upTo fail or fold; especially, to close or shut down a business; to go out of business.Rate it:

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go forthTo depart from a place; to set out.Rate it:

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Gone FishinHumorous 'Door-Sign' on Front Door of Temporarily 'Closed' Store, Business Place, Service StationRate it:

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good old boyA male friend or chum, especially a schoolmate; a man with an established network of friends who assist one another in social and business situations; a decent, dependable fellow.Rate it:

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gooseberry seasonA period, usually during the summertime, when news media tend to place increased emphasis on reporting light-hearted, offbeat, or bizarre stories.Rate it:

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granny dumpingthe abandonment of an elderly relative in a public place, e.g. a hospital.Rate it:

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grease paymentA bribe or extorted money, usually relatively small in amount, provided to a low-level government official or business person, in order to expedite a business decision, shipment, or other transaction, especially in a country where such payments are not unusual.Rate it:

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greener pasturesAny place or condition that is more favorable or beneficial.Rate it:

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hang one's hatTo call a place home.Rate it:

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hard nut to crackA place, opportunity, etc. to which it is difficult to gain entry.Rate it:

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have one's hand in the tillTo embezzle, to steal from one's place of business.Rate it:

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head for the hillsTo go to a safe place; to seek refuge; to flee.Rate it:

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hedge one's betsTo place bets with a third party in order to offset potential losses.Rate it:

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here and thereIn one place and another.Rate it:

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here be dragonsA place/thing that has not yet been ventured; unfamiliar territoryRate it:

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hit the roadTo leave a place; to go away.Rate it:

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hive of activityA very busy place.Rate it:

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hold the reinsTo be in charge, to be in control, as of a business, political organization, or other group.Rate it:

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holeA hollow place or cavity; an excavation; a pit; an opening in or through a solid body, a fabric, etc.; a perforation; a rent; a fissure.Rate it:

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