Category:English idioms

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  1. hit the stores
  2. hit the shops
  3. hit the shelves
  4. hit the streets
  5. shake the plum tree
  6. play chicken
  7. by no stretch of imagination
  8. dog that caught the car
  9. John Citizen
  10. one moment
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  1. back-cloth star
  2. song and dance
  3. on someone's account
  4. the box they're going to bury it in
  5. no guts, no glory
  6. lump to one's throat
  7. butterfly upon a wheel
  8. weak tea
  9. out cold
  10. finders, keepers; losers, weepers

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English phrases understood by subjective, as opposed to literal meanings.

For information on how to construct the canonical form, see Wiktionary:Criteria for inclusion#Idiomatic phrases

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