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Bring the house down

2009-10-07 11:13
The term is generally used when talking about a performance...

Go belly up

2009-09-30 14:05
"Go belly up" means losing, failing, etc.

A picture is worth a thousand words

2009-09-25 11:58
This phrase is used to explain how a powerful image can say more than words.

In that vein

2009-09-23 15:06
"In that vein" means in that particular way, according to that particular line of thinking.

Never-never land

2009-09-22 15:10
Also known as "Neverland", “never-never land” is an imaginary place or a fantasy land.

All hands on deck

2009-09-21 09:27
"All hands on deck" is commonly used in pop culture as slang...

Talking for talking's sake

2009-09-17 10:36
If you talk for talking's sake, you just want to talk.

Hybrid car

2009-09-14 15:54
A "hybrid car" is a vehicle that runs under two methods of power.

The writing on the wall

2009-09-11 09:08
Today the phrase is used to foreshadow a negative event, or action.


2009-09-10 10:58
Imagine you’re a shoe company and you produce shoes of only one size...

Fan mail

2009-09-08 16:00
Fan mail is a letter that celebrities receive from their fans

The final nail in the coffin

2009-09-07 10:59
It's the final act or blow in what has already been a downward trend.

Set the record straight

2009-09-04 15:04
Set the record straight is an expression meaning to display the truth...

Draft pick

2009-09-02 16:54
A player to be drafted is a draft pick.

Palliative effect

2009-09-01 16:21
Sometimes life isn’t kind so it’s easy when at home to turn on the TV to relax and just try and forget it all.

Opening number 开场

2009-08-31 10:15
An opening number is the first performance of a major event

Middle Kingdom是哪国?

2009-08-27 10:03
Middle Kingdom is another name for China

Three hanky

2009-08-25 10:28
Something that is sad and prone to bring someone to tears is referred to as "three hanky"

Lip-licking anticipation

2009-08-24 10:49
Usually when we are hungry or thirsty, and the idea of food or something tasty comes into our mind, we often lick our lips.

Right out of the gate

2009-08-20 11:25
“Right out of the gate” means “right from the start”, “from the very beginning”.

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