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blue-collar
blue-collar Meaning: of or relating to industrial work, especially the semiskilled and unskilled. Example: They hope the new manufacturing unit on the outskirts of the small town will ... Read on

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easy does it
easy does it Meaning | Synonyms used to tell someone to go ahead with something with slowly, and carefully used to ask someone not to lose their temper, ... Read on
mark my words
mark my words Meaning | Synonyms used to let someone know to pay attention to what you are saying because it is very important especially when you are ... Read on
pie in the sky
pie in the sky Meaning | Synonyms used to portray or refer to something that is lovely to consider however is probably not going to happen a promise ... Read on
Easter egg
Easter egg also, Paschal eggs Meaning | Synonyms a decorated or dyed egg usually given to children at Easter a feature that is hidden in video games, websites, ... Read on
out of the frying pan into the fire
out of the frying pan into the fire also, out of the frying pan and into the fire Meaning | Synonyms to go from a bad to worse ... Read on
act of God
act of God Meaning | Synonyms an occurrence of out of control natural forces in action an act legitimately acknowledged as being outside of any human control Example ... Read on
toot one’s own horn
toot one’s own horn Variants blow one’s own horn blow one’s own trumpet Meaning | Synonyms speak boastfully about oneself to brag about or be pretentious by one’s ... Read on
fast food
fast food Meaning | Synonyms food that is tasty but has less or no nutritional value is referred to as fast food also, anything which seems attractive but ... Read on
on a roll
on a roll Meaning | Synonyms making a lot of progress having a lot of success having a long period of success or good fortune enjoying or taking ... Read on
ward off
ward off Meaning | Synonyms to prevent something from harming you to prevent something from happening (often used when trying to keep from getting ill) defend against protect ... Read on

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