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Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Idiom of the Day: fingers crossed
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An expression of hope that something one desires will come to pass or turn out to be true. A truncated version of the phrase "keep your fingers crossed."
Tuesday May 23 2017 Idiom of the Day fingers crossed An expression

fingers crossed

fingers crossed An expression of hope that something one desires will come to pass or turn out to be true. A truncated version of the phrase "keep your finge...

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Monday, May 22, 2017
Idiom of the Day: keep (up) (one's) end of the bargain
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To do as was promised in an agreement or bargain; to carry through with what one agreed to do. Also worded as "keep one's end of the bargain up."
Monday May 22 2017 Idiom of the Day keep up ones end

keep (up) (one's) end of the bargain

keep (up) (one's) end of the bargain To do as was promised in an agreement or bargain; to carry through with what one agreed to do. Also worded as "keep one'...

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Sunday, May 21, 2017
Idiom of the Day: keep the lid on (something)
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To quash or suppress something; to control something so as to keep it from flourishing, increasing, or succeeding.
Sunday May 21 2017 Idiom of the Day keep the lid on

keep the lid on (something)

keep the lid on (something) To quash or suppress something; to control something so as to keep it from flourishing, increasing, or succeeding. We need to kee...

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Saturday, May 20, 2017
Idiom of the Day: keep (something) straight (in one's mind/head)
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To be able to understand something clearly and comprehensively; to keep the details of something clear in one's mind.
Saturday May 20 2017 Idiom of the Day keep something straight in

keep (something) straight (in one's mind/head)

keep (something) straight (in one's mind/head) To be able to understand something clearly and comprehensively; to keep the details of something clear in one'...

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Friday, May 19, 2017
Idiom of the Day: keep (someone) in the loop
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To keep someone informed about and/or involved in something, such as a plan or project, especially that which involves or pertains to a specific group.
Friday May 19 2017 Idiom of the Day keep someone in the

keep (someone) in the loop

keep (someone) in the loop To keep someone informed about and/or involved in something, such as a plan or project, especially that which involves or pertains...

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Thursday, May 18, 2017
Idiom of the Day: inch-perfect
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Extremely accurate; very well placed or perfectly judged. (Used especially of maneuvers, moves, or shots in sport.) Primarily heard in UK.
Thursday May 18 2017 Idiom of the Day inchperfect Extremely accurate very

inch-perfect

inch-perfect Extremely accurate; very well placed or perfectly judged. (Used especially of maneuvers, moves, or shots in sport.) Primarily heard in UK. With ...

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Idiom of the Day: be in with a chance
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To have a good chance or high probability of doing or accomplishing something. Primarily heard in UK.
Tuesday May 16 2017 Idiom of the Day be in with a

be in with a chance

be in with a chance To have a good chance or high probability of doing or accomplishing something. Primarily heard in UK. If the team maintains this level of...

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Idiom of the Day: in hospital
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Receiving medical or surgical treatment, care, or attention at a hospital. Primarily heard in UK.
Wednesday May 10 2017 Idiom of the Day in hospital Receiving medical

in hospital

in hospital Receiving medical or surgical treatment, care, or attention at a hospital. Primarily heard in UK. My grandmother is in hospital again for hip sur...

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Friday, May 5, 2017
Idiom of the Day: follow (someone or something) in stride
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To follow the direction, lead, or guidance (of someone or something); to act in accordance (with someone or something); to follow suit.
Friday May 5 2017 Idiom of the Day follow someone or something

follow (someone or something) in stride

follow (someone or something) in stride To follow the direction, lead, or guidance (of someone or something); to act in accordance (with someone or something...

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Thursday, May 4, 2017
Idiom of the Day: in (someone's) wheelhouse
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In, related to, or matching someone's general interests, abilities, or area of familiarity; in someone's comfort zone.
Thursday May 4 2017 Idiom of the Day in someones wheelhouse In

in (someone's) wheelhouse

in (someone's) wheelhouse In, related to, or matching someone's general interests, abilities, or area of familiarity; in someone's comfort zone. It's clear, ...

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