Category:English idioms

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  1. at any given moment
  2. sweet home Alabama
  3. stab one in the back
  4. up the yin-yang
  5. crack the case
  6. pick on someone your own size
  7. made in Korea
  8. on the debit side
  9. in the sack
  10. rap someone's knuckles
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  1. parade of horribles
  2. primrose path
  3. eat one's young
  4. back-cloth star
  5. all over oneself
  6. song and dance
  7. pick out of a hat
  8. on someone's account
  9. the box they're going to bury it in
  10. no guts, no glory

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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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