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eat words
eat words (eat your word, eat my words) Meaning | Synonyms to take back what was said to admit that you were wrong to force someone to retract ... Read on
throw dust in eyes
throw dust in eyes Meaning: – to confuse or mislead somebody to deceive – make a fool of Examples: 1. She threw dust in the eyes of the ... Read on
born yesterday
born yesterday Meaning naive; inexperienced someone, like a new born baby with no experience to be stupid or easy to mislead The idiomatic expression is typically used in ... Read on

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high or top on agenda
high or top on agenda Meaning: if a subject or plan is at the top of somebody’s agenda, it is the most important thing they want to discuss ... Read on

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