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high up
high up Meaning to have an important standing in society a higher-ranking person in any organization, group or society to be regarded as an influential person in an ... Read on
the pen is mightier than the sword
the pen is mightier than the sword Meaning the power of mass appeal is stronger than the force used against it writing is more effective than forces or ... Read on
status quo
status quo Meaning | Definition the existing condition the current status of affairs, particularly about political or social matters the normal condition with regards to social and political ... Read on
zero tolerance
zero tolerance Meaning denial to allow rebellious activities, usually by rigid and strict application of the rules; to have prescribed and strict punishments for specific behaviour which will ... Read on
as mad as a hatter
as mad as a hatter Meaning | Synonyms it refers to someone being completely crazy someone who can’t be understood by the general folk and is considered mad ... Read on
takes two to tango
it takes two to tango Meaning | Synonyms certain actions or activities cannot be performed alone – they  need two people to participate both people involved in a ... Read on
at daggers drawn
at daggers drawn Meaning | Synonyms almost ready to fight when two people are very upset with each other to be in a state of open hostility when ... Read on
take up the cudgels
take up the cudgels Meaning | Synonyms argue strongly in support or against somebody or something to support someone very strongly to defend someone against an accusation Example ... Read on
banana republic
banana republic Meaning a small, poor country with a weak, corrupt or dishonest government a small country, run by corrupt politicians and they are usually dependent on one ... Read on
give airs
give (oneself) airs also, put on airs Meaning | Synonyms to be pretentious/showy act proudly or arrogantly be on your dignity take the huff act haughtily give oneself ... Read on

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an item
be an item Meaning be involved in a romantic relationship a couple having a romantic relationship two people who are lovers Example Sentences John and Sally are frequently seen ... Read on

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