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512018-03-16 09:56:2590-minute bigot#12018-03-16 09:52:53#English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
522018-03-16 09:56:25911#12018-03-16 09:52:53#English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
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542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
562018-03-16 09:56:31a far cry ... a head for sthA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
572018-03-16 09:56:31a heart of gold ... a man/woman of his/her wordA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
582018-03-16 09:56:31a matter of life and death ... a pressurized environmentA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
592018-03-16 09:56:31a pretty penny ... a string to one's bowA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
602018-03-16 09:56:31a stroke ... A/OA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
612018-03-16 09:56:31a/one hell of ... ab ovoA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
622018-03-16 09:56:31ab urbe condita ... abbA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
632018-03-16 09:56:31Abba ... abduceA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
642018-03-16 09:56:31abducens ... abetA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
652018-03-16 09:56:31abetted ... abjunctionA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
662018-03-16 09:56:31abjure ... Abney levelA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
672018-03-16 09:56:31abnormal ... aborterA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
682018-03-16 09:56:31aborticide ... abrachiaA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
692018-03-16 09:56:31abradable ... abscissA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
702018-03-16 09:56:31abscissa ... absolute stereochemistryA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
712018-03-16 09:56:31absolute temperature ... abstinenceA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
722018-03-16 09:56:31abstinency ... abuseA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
732018-03-16 09:56:31abusion ... academicianA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
742018-03-16 09:56:31academicism ... acarologyA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
752018-03-16 09:56:31acarophily ... accentuateA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
762018-03-16 09:56:31accept ... accessory fruitA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
772018-03-16 09:56:31accessory nerve ... accommodableA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
782018-03-16 09:56:31accommodate ... accouchementA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
792018-03-16 09:56:31accoucheur ... accrescenceA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
802018-03-16 09:56:31accrescent ... accusedA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
812018-03-16 09:56:31accusement ... acetateA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
822018-03-16 09:56:31acetate rayon ... achaeniumA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
832018-03-16 09:56:31achaenocarp ... achromatic lensA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
842018-03-16 09:56:31achromatin ... acidophilusA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
852018-03-16 09:56:31acidophilus milk ... acnedA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
862018-03-16 09:56:31acnode ... acoustoelectronicA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
872018-03-16 09:56:31acoustooptics ... acre-inchA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
882018-03-16 09:56:31acreage ... acrophonicA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
892018-03-16 09:56:31acrophony ... actgA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
902018-03-16 09:56:31ACTH ... action manA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
912018-03-16 09:56:31action movie ... activisticA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
922018-03-16 09:56:31activities ... acupressureA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
932018-03-16 09:56:31acupressure point ... ad valoremA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
942018-03-16 09:56:31ad valorem tax ... adaptivenessA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
952018-03-16 09:56:31adaptivity ... addioA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
962018-03-16 09:56:31Addis Ababa ... AdelaideA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
972018-03-16 09:56:31adelantado ... adhanA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
982018-03-16 09:56:31adharma ... adjacenceA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
992018-03-16 09:56:31adjacency ... adjuvantA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
1002018-03-16 09:56:31ADL ... admissionA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English
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12018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary
22018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary
32018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary
42018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary
52018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary
62018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary
72018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary
82018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary
92018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary
102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary
112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary
122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary
132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary
142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary
152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary
162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary
172018-03-19 09:06:46A batterythe power source for the filaments of electron tubes in battery-operated equipmentDefinition of A battery from the Collins English Dictionary
182018-03-19 09:06:52a beam in one's eyea fault or grave error greater in oneself than in another personDefinition of a beam in one's eye from the Collins English Dictionary
192018-03-19 09:06:58a bed of rosesa situation of comfort or easeDefinition of a bed of roses from the Collins English Dictionary
202018-03-19 09:07:05a big aska task which is difficult to fulfilor a tough askDefinition of a big ask from the Collins English Dictionary
212018-03-19 09:07:09a big fish in a small pondphraseIf you say that someone is a big fish in a small pond, you mean that they are powerful or important but only within a small group of people.Definition of a big fish in a small pond from the Collins English Dictionary
222018-03-19 09:07:15a bird in the handphraseA bird in the hand is something that you already have and do not want to risk losing by trying to get something else.Definition of a bird in the hand from the Collins English Dictionary
232018-03-19 09:07:16a bitquantifierA bit of something is a small amount of it.Definition of a bit from the Collins English Dictionary
242018-03-19 09:07:19a bit muchphraseIf you say that something is a bit much, you are annoyed because you think someone has behaved in an unreasonable way.Definition of a bit much from the Collins English Dictionary
252018-03-19 09:07:25a bit ofratherDefinition of a bit of from the Collins English Dictionary
262018-03-19 09:07:29a bit of aphraseYou can use a bit of to make a statement less forceful. For example, the statement 'It's a bit of a nuisance' is less forceful than 'It's a nuisance'.Definition of a bit of a from the Collins English Dictionary
272018-03-19 09:07:35a bit of all righta sexually attractive womanor a bit of crumpetDefinition of a bit of all right from the Collins English Dictionary
282018-03-19 09:07:43a bit of slap and ticklesexual playor slap and tickleDefinition of a bit of slap and tickle from the Collins English Dictionary
292018-03-19 09:07:48a bit thickunfair or excessiveDefinition of a bit thick from the Collins English Dictionary
302018-03-19 09:07:52a bit, for a bitphraseIf you do something a bit, you do it for a short time. In British English, you can also say that you do something for a bit.Definition of a bit, for a bit from the Collins English Dictionary
312018-03-19 09:07:56a bitter pillphraseIf a person or group has to accept a failure or an unpleasant piece of news, you can say that it was a bitter pill or a bitter pill to swallow.or be a bitter pill for sbDefinition of a bitter pill from the Collins English Dictionary
322018-03-19 09:08:00a blaze of gloryphraseIf you go out in a blaze of glory, you do something very dramatic at the end of your career or your life which makes you famous.Definition of a blaze of glory from the Collins English Dictionary
332018-03-19 09:08:05a blessing in disguisephraseIf you say that something is a blessing in disguise, you mean that it causes problems and difficulties at first but later you realize that it was the best thing that could have happened.Definition of a blessing in disguise from the Collins English Dictionary
342018-03-19 09:08:11a blot on one's escutcheona stain on one's honor; disgrace to one's reputationDefinition of a blot on one's escutcheon from the Collins English Dictionary
352018-03-19 09:08:15a bolt from the bluea sudden, unexpected, and usually unwelcome eventDefinition of a bolt from the blue from the Collins English Dictionary
362018-03-19 09:08:19à bon marchéadverbat a bargain priceFrench (a bɔ̃ marʃe)Definition of à bon marché from the Collins English Dictionary
372018-03-19 09:08:22a bottomless pit: v-link PHR, PHR after vphraseIf you describe something as a bottomless pit, you mean that it seems as if you can take things from it and it will never be empty or put things in it and it will never be full.Definition of a bottomless pit: v-link PHR, PHR after v from the Collins English Dictionary
382018-03-19 09:08:28a breath of fresh aira refreshing change from what one is used toDefinition of a breath of fresh air from the Collins English Dictionary
392018-03-19 09:08:33a bull in a china shopphraseYou say that someone is like a bull in a china shop when they are very clumsy.Definition of a bull in a china shop from the Collins English Dictionary
402018-03-19 09:08:39a bum rapphraseIf you say that someone has gotten a bum rap, you mean that they have been treated unfairly or punished unfairly.Definition of a bum rap from the Collins English Dictionary
412018-03-19 09:08:45A bursarynounthe higher of two bursaries available for students entering university, polytechnic, etcDefinition of A bursary from the Collins English Dictionary
422018-03-19 09:08:47a buyer's/seller's marketphraseIf you say that it is a buyer's market, you mean that it is a good time to buy a particular thing, because there is a lot of it available, so its price is low. If you say that it is a seller's market, you mean that very little of it is available, so its pDefinition of a buyer's/seller's market from the Collins English Dictionary
432018-03-19 09:08:52a can of wormsphraseIf you say that someone is opening a can of worms, you are warning them that they are planning to do or talk about something which is much more complicated, unpleasant, or difficult than they realize and which might be better left alone.Definition of a can of worms from the Collins English Dictionary
442018-03-19 09:09:01a capellaadjective(ɑː kəˈpɛlə)Definition of a capella from the Collins English Dictionary
452018-03-16 10:34:57a cappella
462018-03-19 09:09:46a capriccioat (one's) pleasure; at whatever tempo and with whatever expression the performer likes(ˌɑ kəˈpritʃoʊ ; äˌ kəprēˈchō)Definition of a capriccio from the Collins English Dictionary
472018-03-19 09:09:51a case in pointphraseIf you say that something is a case in point, you mean that it is a good example of something you have just mentioned.Definition of a case in point from the Collins English Dictionary
482018-03-19 09:09:56a case ofphraseIf you say that a task or situation is a case of a particular thing, you mean that it consists of that thing or can be described as that thing.Definition of a case of from the Collins English Dictionary
492018-03-19 09:10:01a change of heartphraseIf someone has a change of heart, their attitude towards something changes.Definition of a change of heart from the Collins English Dictionary
502018-03-19 09:10:07a change of scenephraseIf you have a change of scene, you go somewhere different after being in a particular place for a long time.Definition of a change of scene from the Collins English Dictionary
512018-03-19 09:10:09a change of sceneryphraseIf you have a change of scenery, you go somewhere different after being in a particular place for a long time.Definition of a change of scenery from the Collins English Dictionary
522018-03-19 09:10:14a charter for sthphraseIf you describe a decision or policy as a charter for someone or something you disapprove of, you mean that it is likely to help or encourage them.Definition of a charter for sth from the Collins English Dictionary
532018-03-19 09:10:19à chevaladverb(of a bet, esp in roulette) made on two adjacent numbers, cards, etcFrench (a ʃəval)Definition of à cheval from the Collins English Dictionary
542018-03-19 09:10:22a chicken and egg situationphraseIf you describe a situation as a chicken and egg situation, you mean that it is impossible to decide which of two things caused the other one.Definition of a chicken and egg situation from the Collins English Dictionary
552018-03-16 10:35:03a chink in someone's armour
562018-03-19 09:10:54a chip off the old blockphraseIf you describe someone as a chip off the old block, you mean that they are just like one of their parents in character or behaviour.Definition of a chip off the old block from the Collins English Dictionary
572018-03-19 09:11:00a chip on one's shoulderphraseIf you say that someone has a chip on their shoulder, you think that they feel inferior or that they believe they have been treated unfairly.Definition of a chip on one's shoulder from the Collins English Dictionary
582018-03-19 09:11:08a class actphraseIf you say that someone such as a sports player or a performer is a class act, you mean that they are very good at what they do.Definition of a class act from the Collins English Dictionary
592018-03-19 09:11:20a clean bill of healthphraseIf a doctor gives you a clean bill of health, they tell you that you are fit and healthy.Definition of a clean bill of health from the Collins English Dictionary
602018-03-19 09:11:33a clean slatephraseIf you start with a clean slate, you do not take account of previous mistakes or failures and make a fresh start.Definition of a clean slate from the Collins English Dictionary
612018-03-19 09:11:51a clean sweepphraseIf you make a clean sweep of something such as a series of games or tournaments, you win them all.Definition of a clean sweep from the Collins English Dictionary
622018-03-16 10:35:03a close call/shave/thing
632018-03-19 09:12:22a close shavephraseIf you describe a situation as a close shave, you mean that there was nearly an accident or a disaster but it was avoided.Definition of a close shave from the Collins English Dictionary
642018-03-19 09:12:29a closed bookphraseIf you say that someone or something is a closed book, you mean that you do not know anything about them.Definition of a closed book from the Collins English Dictionary
652018-03-19 09:12:37a contradiction in termsphraseIf you say that something is a contradiction in terms, you mean that it is described as having a quality that it cannot have.Definition of a contradiction in terms from the Collins English Dictionary
662018-03-19 09:12:41A Coruñanoun(Spanish a koˈruɲa)Definition of A Coruña from the Collins English Dictionary
672018-03-19 09:12:46a couple ofa combination of two; a pair ofDefinition of a couple of from the Collins English Dictionary
682018-03-19 09:12:49à couvertunder cover; secure(akuˈvɛʀ; ȧko̅overˈ)Definition of à couvert from the Collins English Dictionary
692018-03-19 09:12:52a cracking pacephraseIf you say that someone or something is moving at a cracking pace, you mean that they are moving very quickly.Definition of a cracking pace from the Collins English Dictionary
702018-03-19 09:12:55a creature of habitphraseIf you say that someone is a creature of habit, you mean that they usually do the same thing at the same time each day, rather than doing new and different things.Definition of a creature of habit from the Collins English Dictionary
712018-03-19 09:12:57a crock of golduncountable nounGold is a valuable, yellow-colored metal that is used for making jewelry and ornaments, and as an international currency.Definition of a crock of gold from the Collins English Dictionary
722018-03-19 09:13:03a crying need for sthphraseIf you say that there is a crying need for something, you mean that there is a very great need for it.Definition of a crying need for sth from the Collins English Dictionary
732018-03-19 09:13:07a crying shamephraseYou can say that something is a crying shame if you are annoyed and upset about it.Definition of a crying shame from the Collins English Dictionary
742018-03-19 09:13:13a cut abovephraseIf you say that someone or something is a cut above other people or things of the same kind, you mean they are better than them.Definition of a cut above from the Collins English Dictionary
752018-03-19 09:13:15a day's marchphraseA day's march is the distance that a group of soldiers can march in one day.Definition of a day's march from the Collins English Dictionary
762018-03-19 09:13:18a dead lossphraseIf you say that someone or something is a dead loss, you have a low opinion of them because you think they are completely useless or unsuccessful.Definition of a dead loss from the Collins English Dictionary
772018-03-19 09:13:21a dead ringerphraseIf you say that one person is a ringer or a dead ringer for another, you mean that they look exactly like each other.Definition of a dead ringer from the Collins English Dictionary
782018-03-19 09:13:24a degree ofphraseIf something has a degree of a particular quality, it has a small but significant amount of that quality.Definition of a degree of from the Collins English Dictionary
792018-03-19 09:13:31à deuxadjectiveof or for two personsFrench (a dø)Definition of à deux from the Collins English Dictionary
802018-03-19 09:13:37a devil of aphraseDevil can be used to emphasize what you think about someone or something. For example, if you say that someone is a devil of a nuisance, you mean that they are very annoying. If you say that something is a devil of a problem, you mean that it is a very diDefinition of a devil of a from the Collins English Dictionary
812018-03-19 09:13:42a different kettle of fishphraseIf you say that something is a different kettle of fish, you mean that it is very different from another related thing that you are talking about.Definition of a different kettle of fish from the Collins English Dictionary
822018-03-19 09:13:44a different storyphraseYou use a different story to refer to a situation, usually a bad one, which exists in one set of circumstances when you have mentioned that it does not exist in another set of circumstances.Definition of a different story from the Collins English Dictionary
832018-03-19 09:13:48a dime a dozenvery cheap or commonDefinition of a dime a dozen from the Collins English Dictionary
842018-03-19 09:13:49a direct line of descent from sthif something has a direct line of descent from something else, it originated in itDefinition of a direct line of descent from sth from the Collins English Dictionary
852018-03-19 09:13:52a dirty shamea very unfortunate circumstanceDefinition of a dirty shame from the Collins English Dictionary
862018-03-19 09:13:55a dirty wordphraseIf you say that an expression is a dirty word in a particular group of people, you mean it refers to an idea that they strongly dislike or disagree with.Definition of a dirty word from the Collins English Dictionary
872018-03-19 09:14:02a dog's agea long timeDefinition of a dog's age from the Collins English Dictionary
882018-03-19 09:14:07a dog's chanceno chance at allDefinition of a dog's chance from the Collins English Dictionary
892018-03-19 09:14:11a dog's dinnersomething that is messy or bungledor a dog's breakfastDefinition of a dog's dinner from the Collins English Dictionary
902018-03-19 09:14:17a dog's lifea wretched existenceDefinition of a dog's life from the Collins English Dictionary
912018-03-19 09:14:22a double-edged swordphraseIf you say that something is a double-edged sword or a two-edged sword, you mean that it has negative effects as well as positive effects.or two-edged swordDefinition of a double-edged sword from the Collins English Dictionary
922018-03-19 09:14:27a drop in the bucketan amount very small in relation to what is needed or desiredor a drop in the oceanDefinition of a drop in the bucket from the Collins English Dictionary
932018-03-19 09:14:32a drop in the oceanphraseIf you say that something is a drop in the ocean, you mean that it is a very small amount which is unimportant compared to the cost of other things or is so small that it has very little effect on something.Definition of a drop in the ocean from the Collins English Dictionary
942018-03-19 09:14:35a drowning man will clutch at a strawwhen hope of success is fading, people will try anything, no matter how unlikely it is that it will provide a solutionDefinition of a drowning man will clutch at a straw from the Collins English Dictionary
952018-03-19 09:14:38a dusty answeran unhelpful or bad-tempered replyDefinition of a dusty answer from the Collins English Dictionary
962018-03-19 09:14:41a fair crack of the whipphraseIf you get a fair crack of the whip, you are allowed a reasonable opportunity to succeed at something.Definition of a fair crack of the whip from the Collins English Dictionary
972018-03-19 09:14:46a fair hearingphraseIf someone gives you a fair hearing or a hearing, they listen to you when you give your opinion about something.Definition of a fair hearing from the Collins English Dictionary
982018-03-19 09:14:51a fair shakephraseIf you do not get a fair shake, you are not given a reasonable opportunity to succeed or to achieve something.Definition of a fair shake from the Collins English Dictionary
992018-03-19 09:14:57a false economyphraseIf you describe an attempt to save money as a false economy, you mean that you have not saved any money as you will have to spend a lot more later.Definition of a false economy from the Collins English Dictionary
1002018-03-19 09:15:01a false sense of securityphraseIf something gives you a false sense of security, it makes you believe that you are safe when you are not.Definition of a false sense of security from the Collins English Dictionary
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12018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English12018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary
22018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English22018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary
32018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English32018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary
42018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English42018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary
52018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English52018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary
62018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English62018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary
72018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English72018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary
82018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English82018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary
92018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English92018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary
102018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary
112018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary
122018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary
132018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary
142018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary
152018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary
162018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary
172018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English172018-03-19 09:06:46A batterythe power source for the filaments of electron tubes in battery-operated equipmentDefinition of A battery from the Collins English Dictionary
182018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English182018-03-19 09:06:52a beam in one's eyea fault or grave error greater in oneself than in another personDefinition of a beam in one's eye from the Collins English Dictionary
192018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English192018-03-19 09:06:58a bed of rosesa situation of comfort or easeDefinition of a bed of roses from the Collins English Dictionary
202018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English202018-03-19 09:07:05a big aska task which is difficult to fulfilor a tough askDefinition of a big ask from the Collins English Dictionary
212018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English212018-03-19 09:07:09a big fish in a small pondphraseIf you say that someone is a big fish in a small pond, you mean that they are powerful or important but only within a small group of people.Definition of a big fish in a small pond from the Collins English Dictionary
222018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English222018-03-19 09:07:15a bird in the handphraseA bird in the hand is something that you already have and do not want to risk losing by trying to get something else.Definition of a bird in the hand from the Collins English Dictionary
232018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English232018-03-19 09:07:16a bitquantifierA bit of something is a small amount of it.Definition of a bit from the Collins English Dictionary
242018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English242018-03-19 09:07:19a bit muchphraseIf you say that something is a bit much, you are annoyed because you think someone has behaved in an unreasonable way.Definition of a bit much from the Collins English Dictionary
252018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English252018-03-19 09:07:25a bit ofratherDefinition of a bit of from the Collins English Dictionary
262018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English262018-03-19 09:07:29a bit of aphraseYou can use a bit of to make a statement less forceful. For example, the statement 'It's a bit of a nuisance' is less forceful than 'It's a nuisance'.Definition of a bit of a from the Collins English Dictionary
272018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English272018-03-19 09:07:35a bit of all righta sexually attractive womanor a bit of crumpetDefinition of a bit of all right from the Collins English Dictionary
282018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English282018-03-19 09:07:43a bit of slap and ticklesexual playor slap and tickleDefinition of a bit of slap and tickle from the Collins English Dictionary
292018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English292018-03-19 09:07:48a bit thickunfair or excessiveDefinition of a bit thick from the Collins English Dictionary
302018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English302018-03-19 09:07:52a bit, for a bitphraseIf you do something a bit, you do it for a short time. In British English, you can also say that you do something for a bit.Definition of a bit, for a bit from the Collins English Dictionary
312018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English312018-03-19 09:07:56a bitter pillphraseIf a person or group has to accept a failure or an unpleasant piece of news, you can say that it was a bitter pill or a bitter pill to swallow.or be a bitter pill for sbDefinition of a bitter pill from the Collins English Dictionary
322018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English322018-03-19 09:08:00a blaze of gloryphraseIf you go out in a blaze of glory, you do something very dramatic at the end of your career or your life which makes you famous.Definition of a blaze of glory from the Collins English Dictionary
332018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English332018-03-19 09:08:05a blessing in disguisephraseIf you say that something is a blessing in disguise, you mean that it causes problems and difficulties at first but later you realize that it was the best thing that could have happened.Definition of a blessing in disguise from the Collins English Dictionary
342018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English342018-03-19 09:08:11a blot on one's escutcheona stain on one's honor; disgrace to one's reputationDefinition of a blot on one's escutcheon from the Collins English Dictionary
352018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English352018-03-19 09:08:15a bolt from the bluea sudden, unexpected, and usually unwelcome eventDefinition of a bolt from the blue from the Collins English Dictionary
362018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English362018-03-19 09:08:19à bon marchéadverbat a bargain priceFrench (a bɔ̃ marʃe)Definition of à bon marché from the Collins English Dictionary
372018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English372018-03-19 09:08:22a bottomless pit: v-link PHR, PHR after vphraseIf you describe something as a bottomless pit, you mean that it seems as if you can take things from it and it will never be empty or put things in it and it will never be full.Definition of a bottomless pit: v-link PHR, PHR after v from the Collins English Dictionary
382018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English382018-03-19 09:08:28a breath of fresh aira refreshing change from what one is used toDefinition of a breath of fresh air from the Collins English Dictionary
392018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English392018-03-19 09:08:33a bull in a china shopphraseYou say that someone is like a bull in a china shop when they are very clumsy.Definition of a bull in a china shop from the Collins English Dictionary
402018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English402018-03-19 09:08:39a bum rapphraseIf you say that someone has gotten a bum rap, you mean that they have been treated unfairly or punished unfairly.Definition of a bum rap from the Collins English Dictionary
412018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English412018-03-19 09:08:45A bursarynounthe higher of two bursaries available for students entering university, polytechnic, etcDefinition of A bursary from the Collins English Dictionary
422018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English422018-03-19 09:08:47a buyer's/seller's marketphraseIf you say that it is a buyer's market, you mean that it is a good time to buy a particular thing, because there is a lot of it available, so its price is low. If you say that it is a seller's market, you mean that very little of it is available, so its pDefinition of a buyer's/seller's market from the Collins English Dictionary
432018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English432018-03-19 09:08:52a can of wormsphraseIf you say that someone is opening a can of worms, you are warning them that they are planning to do or talk about something which is much more complicated, unpleasant, or difficult than they realize and which might be better left alone.Definition of a can of worms from the Collins English Dictionary
442018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English442018-03-19 09:09:01a capellaadjective(ɑː kəˈpɛlə)Definition of a capella from the Collins English Dictionary
452018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English452018-03-16 10:34:57a cappella
462018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English462018-03-19 09:09:46a capriccioat (one's) pleasure; at whatever tempo and with whatever expression the performer likes(ˌɑ kəˈpritʃoʊ ; äˌ kəprēˈchō)Definition of a capriccio from the Collins English Dictionary
472018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English472018-03-19 09:09:51a case in pointphraseIf you say that something is a case in point, you mean that it is a good example of something you have just mentioned.Definition of a case in point from the Collins English Dictionary
482018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English482018-03-19 09:09:56a case ofphraseIf you say that a task or situation is a case of a particular thing, you mean that it consists of that thing or can be described as that thing.Definition of a case of from the Collins English Dictionary
492018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English492018-03-19 09:10:01a change of heartphraseIf someone has a change of heart, their attitude towards something changes.Definition of a change of heart from the Collins English Dictionary
502018-03-16 10:34:57542018-03-16 09:56:31a ... a change of sceneA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English502018-03-19 09:10:07a change of scenephraseIf you have a change of scene, you go somewhere different after being in a particular place for a long time.Definition of a change of scene from the Collins English Dictionary
512018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English512018-03-19 09:10:09a change of sceneryphraseIf you have a change of scenery, you go somewhere different after being in a particular place for a long time.Definition of a change of scenery from the Collins English Dictionary
522018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English522018-03-19 09:10:14a charter for sthphraseIf you describe a decision or policy as a charter for someone or something you disapprove of, you mean that it is likely to help or encourage them.Definition of a charter for sth from the Collins English Dictionary
532018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English532018-03-19 09:10:19à chevaladverb(of a bet, esp in roulette) made on two adjacent numbers, cards, etcFrench (a ʃəval)Definition of à cheval from the Collins English Dictionary
542018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English542018-03-19 09:10:22a chicken and egg situationphraseIf you describe a situation as a chicken and egg situation, you mean that it is impossible to decide which of two things caused the other one.Definition of a chicken and egg situation from the Collins English Dictionary
552018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English552018-03-16 10:35:03a chink in someone's armour
562018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English562018-03-19 09:10:54a chip off the old blockphraseIf you describe someone as a chip off the old block, you mean that they are just like one of their parents in character or behaviour.Definition of a chip off the old block from the Collins English Dictionary
572018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English572018-03-19 09:11:00a chip on one's shoulderphraseIf you say that someone has a chip on their shoulder, you think that they feel inferior or that they believe they have been treated unfairly.Definition of a chip on one's shoulder from the Collins English Dictionary
582018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English582018-03-19 09:11:08a class actphraseIf you say that someone such as a sports player or a performer is a class act, you mean that they are very good at what they do.Definition of a class act from the Collins English Dictionary
592018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English592018-03-19 09:11:20a clean bill of healthphraseIf a doctor gives you a clean bill of health, they tell you that you are fit and healthy.Definition of a clean bill of health from the Collins English Dictionary
602018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English602018-03-19 09:11:33a clean slatephraseIf you start with a clean slate, you do not take account of previous mistakes or failures and make a fresh start.Definition of a clean slate from the Collins English Dictionary
612018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English612018-03-19 09:11:51a clean sweepphraseIf you make a clean sweep of something such as a series of games or tournaments, you win them all.Definition of a clean sweep from the Collins English Dictionary
622018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English622018-03-16 10:35:03a close call/shave/thing
632018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English632018-03-19 09:12:22a close shavephraseIf you describe a situation as a close shave, you mean that there was nearly an accident or a disaster but it was avoided.Definition of a close shave from the Collins English Dictionary
642018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English642018-03-19 09:12:29a closed bookphraseIf you say that someone or something is a closed book, you mean that you do not know anything about them.Definition of a closed book from the Collins English Dictionary
652018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English652018-03-19 09:12:37a contradiction in termsphraseIf you say that something is a contradiction in terms, you mean that it is described as having a quality that it cannot have.Definition of a contradiction in terms from the Collins English Dictionary
662018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English662018-03-19 09:12:41A Coruñanoun(Spanish a koˈruɲa)Definition of A Coruña from the Collins English Dictionary
672018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English672018-03-19 09:12:46a couple ofa combination of two; a pair ofDefinition of a couple of from the Collins English Dictionary
682018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English682018-03-19 09:12:49à couvertunder cover; secure(akuˈvɛʀ; ȧko̅overˈ)Definition of à couvert from the Collins English Dictionary
692018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English692018-03-19 09:12:52a cracking pacephraseIf you say that someone or something is moving at a cracking pace, you mean that they are moving very quickly.Definition of a cracking pace from the Collins English Dictionary
702018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English702018-03-19 09:12:55a creature of habitphraseIf you say that someone is a creature of habit, you mean that they usually do the same thing at the same time each day, rather than doing new and different things.Definition of a creature of habit from the Collins English Dictionary
712018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English712018-03-19 09:12:57a crock of golduncountable nounGold is a valuable, yellow-colored metal that is used for making jewelry and ornaments, and as an international currency.Definition of a crock of gold from the Collins English Dictionary
722018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English722018-03-19 09:13:03a crying need for sthphraseIf you say that there is a crying need for something, you mean that there is a very great need for it.Definition of a crying need for sth from the Collins English Dictionary
732018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English732018-03-19 09:13:07a crying shamephraseYou can say that something is a crying shame if you are annoyed and upset about it.Definition of a crying shame from the Collins English Dictionary
742018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English742018-03-19 09:13:13a cut abovephraseIf you say that someone or something is a cut above other people or things of the same kind, you mean they are better than them.Definition of a cut above from the Collins English Dictionary
752018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English752018-03-19 09:13:15a day's marchphraseA day's march is the distance that a group of soldiers can march in one day.Definition of a day's march from the Collins English Dictionary
762018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English762018-03-19 09:13:18a dead lossphraseIf you say that someone or something is a dead loss, you have a low opinion of them because you think they are completely useless or unsuccessful.Definition of a dead loss from the Collins English Dictionary
772018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English772018-03-19 09:13:21a dead ringerphraseIf you say that one person is a ringer or a dead ringer for another, you mean that they look exactly like each other.Definition of a dead ringer from the Collins English Dictionary
782018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English782018-03-19 09:13:24a degree ofphraseIf something has a degree of a particular quality, it has a small but significant amount of that quality.Definition of a degree of from the Collins English Dictionary
792018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English792018-03-19 09:13:31à deuxadjectiveof or for two personsFrench (a dø)Definition of à deux from the Collins English Dictionary
802018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English802018-03-19 09:13:37a devil of aphraseDevil can be used to emphasize what you think about someone or something. For example, if you say that someone is a devil of a nuisance, you mean that they are very annoying. If you say that something is a devil of a problem, you mean that it is a very diDefinition of a devil of a from the Collins English Dictionary
812018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English812018-03-19 09:13:42a different kettle of fishphraseIf you say that something is a different kettle of fish, you mean that it is very different from another related thing that you are talking about.Definition of a different kettle of fish from the Collins English Dictionary
822018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English822018-03-19 09:13:44a different storyphraseYou use a different story to refer to a situation, usually a bad one, which exists in one set of circumstances when you have mentioned that it does not exist in another set of circumstances.Definition of a different story from the Collins English Dictionary
832018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English832018-03-19 09:13:48a dime a dozenvery cheap or commonDefinition of a dime a dozen from the Collins English Dictionary
842018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English842018-03-19 09:13:49a direct line of descent from sthif something has a direct line of descent from something else, it originated in itDefinition of a direct line of descent from sth from the Collins English Dictionary
852018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English852018-03-19 09:13:52a dirty shamea very unfortunate circumstanceDefinition of a dirty shame from the Collins English Dictionary
862018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English862018-03-19 09:13:55a dirty wordphraseIf you say that an expression is a dirty word in a particular group of people, you mean it refers to an idea that they strongly dislike or disagree with.Definition of a dirty word from the Collins English Dictionary
872018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English872018-03-19 09:14:02a dog's agea long timeDefinition of a dog's age from the Collins English Dictionary
882018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English882018-03-19 09:14:07a dog's chanceno chance at allDefinition of a dog's chance from the Collins English Dictionary
892018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English892018-03-19 09:14:11a dog's dinnersomething that is messy or bungledor a dog's breakfastDefinition of a dog's dinner from the Collins English Dictionary
902018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English902018-03-19 09:14:17a dog's lifea wretched existenceDefinition of a dog's life from the Collins English Dictionary
912018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English912018-03-19 09:14:22a double-edged swordphraseIf you say that something is a double-edged sword or a two-edged sword, you mean that it has negative effects as well as positive effects.or two-edged swordDefinition of a double-edged sword from the Collins English Dictionary
922018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English922018-03-19 09:14:27a drop in the bucketan amount very small in relation to what is needed or desiredor a drop in the oceanDefinition of a drop in the bucket from the Collins English Dictionary
932018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English932018-03-19 09:14:32a drop in the oceanphraseIf you say that something is a drop in the ocean, you mean that it is a very small amount which is unimportant compared to the cost of other things or is so small that it has very little effect on something.Definition of a drop in the ocean from the Collins English Dictionary
942018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English942018-03-19 09:14:35a drowning man will clutch at a strawwhen hope of success is fading, people will try anything, no matter how unlikely it is that it will provide a solutionDefinition of a drowning man will clutch at a straw from the Collins English Dictionary
952018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English952018-03-19 09:14:38a dusty answeran unhelpful or bad-tempered replyDefinition of a dusty answer from the Collins English Dictionary
962018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English962018-03-19 09:14:41a fair crack of the whipphraseIf you get a fair crack of the whip, you are allowed a reasonable opportunity to succeed at something.Definition of a fair crack of the whip from the Collins English Dictionary
972018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English972018-03-19 09:14:46a fair hearingphraseIf someone gives you a fair hearing or a hearing, they listen to you when you give your opinion about something.Definition of a fair hearing from the Collins English Dictionary
982018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English982018-03-19 09:14:51a fair shakephraseIf you do not get a fair shake, you are not given a reasonable opportunity to succeed or to achieve something.Definition of a fair shake from the Collins English Dictionary
992018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English992018-03-19 09:14:57a false economyphraseIf you describe an attempt to save money as a false economy, you mean that you have not saved any money as you will have to spend a lot more later.Definition of a false economy from the Collins English Dictionary
1002018-03-16 10:35:03552018-03-16 09:56:31a change of scenery ... a false sense of securityA22018-03-16 09:52:53AEnglish Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English Dictionary12018-03-16 09:51:19English1002018-03-19 09:15:01a false sense of securityphraseIf something gives you a false sense of security, it makes you believe that you are safe when you are not.Definition of a false sense of security from the Collins English Dictionary
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12018-03-19 09:05:3490-minute bigot
22018-03-19 09:05:34911
32018-03-19 09:05:34999
42018-03-19 09:05:34A & E
52018-03-19 09:05:34A & M
62018-03-19 09:05:34A & M college
92018-03-19 09:05:37a
122018-03-19 09:05:37A & P
182018-03-19 09:05:45A & R
242018-03-19 09:05:49a (whole) lot
302018-03-19 09:05:53a bad lot
362018-03-19 09:05:56a bad patch
422018-03-19 09:06:00a bad patch/a rough patch
482018-03-19 09:06:03a bad penny
542018-03-19 09:06:06a bad word to say about sb
602018-03-19 09:06:12a bag of bones
662018-03-19 09:06:16a bag of cats
722018-03-19 09:06:21a barrel of laughs
782018-03-19 09:06:27à bas
842018-03-19 09:06:29A battery
902018-03-19 09:06:33a beam in one's eye
962018-03-19 09:06:38a bed of roses
1022018-03-19 09:06:46a big ask
1082018-03-19 09:06:52a big fish in a small pond
1142018-03-19 09:06:58a bird in the hand
1202018-03-19 09:07:05a bit
1262018-03-19 09:07:09a bit much
1322018-03-19 09:07:15a bit of
1382018-03-19 09:07:16a bit of a
1442018-03-19 09:07:19a bit of all right
1502018-03-19 09:07:25a bit of slap and tickle
1562018-03-19 09:07:29a bit thick
1622018-03-19 09:07:35a bit, for a bit
1682018-03-19 09:07:43a bitter pill
1742018-03-19 09:07:48a blaze of glory
1802018-03-19 09:07:52a blessing in disguise
1862018-03-19 09:07:56a blot on one's escutcheon
1922018-03-19 09:08:00a bolt from the blue
1982018-03-19 09:08:05à bon marché
2042018-03-19 09:08:11a bottomless pit: v-link PHR, PHR after v
2102018-03-19 09:08:15a breath of fresh air
2162018-03-19 09:08:19a bull in a china shop
2222018-03-19 09:08:22a bum rap
2282018-03-19 09:08:28A bursary
2342018-03-19 09:08:33a buyer's/seller's market
2402018-03-19 09:08:39a can of worms
2462018-03-19 09:08:45a capella
2522018-03-19 09:08:47a cappella
2582018-03-19 09:08:52a capriccio
2642018-03-19 09:09:01a case in point
2692018-03-19 09:09:46a case of
2702018-03-19 09:09:46a change of heart
2762018-03-19 09:09:51a change of scene
2822018-03-19 09:09:56a change of scenery
2882018-03-19 09:10:01a charter for sth
2942018-03-19 09:10:07à cheval
3002018-03-19 09:10:09a chicken and egg situation
3062018-03-19 09:10:14a chink in someone's armour
3122018-03-19 09:10:19a chip off the old block
3182018-03-19 09:10:22a chip on one's shoulder
3232018-03-19 09:10:54a class act
3242018-03-19 09:10:54a clean bill of health
3302018-03-19 09:11:00a clean slate
3362018-03-19 09:11:08a clean sweep
3422018-03-19 09:11:20a close call/shave/thing
3482018-03-19 09:11:33a close shave
3542018-03-19 09:11:51a closed book
3592018-03-19 09:12:22a contradiction in terms
3602018-03-19 09:12:22A Coruña
3662018-03-19 09:12:29a couple of
3722018-03-19 09:12:37à couvert
3782018-03-19 09:12:41a cracking pace
3842018-03-19 09:12:46a creature of habit
3902018-03-19 09:12:49a crock of gold
3962018-03-19 09:12:52a crying need for sth
4022018-03-19 09:12:55a crying shame
4082018-03-19 09:12:57a cut above
4142018-03-19 09:13:03a day's march
4202018-03-19 09:13:07a dead loss
4262018-03-19 09:13:13a dead ringer
4322018-03-19 09:13:15a degree of
4382018-03-19 09:13:18à deux
4442018-03-19 09:13:21a devil of a
4502018-03-19 09:13:24a different kettle of fish
4562018-03-19 09:13:31a different story
4622018-03-19 09:13:37a dime a dozen
4682018-03-19 09:13:42a direct line of descent from sth
4742018-03-19 09:13:44a dirty shame
4802018-03-19 09:13:48a dirty word
4862018-03-19 09:13:49a dog's age
4922018-03-19 09:13:52a dog's chance
4982018-03-19 09:13:55a dog's dinner
5042018-03-19 09:14:02a dog's life
5102018-03-19 09:14:07a double-edged sword
5162018-03-19 09:14:11a drop in the bucket
5222018-03-19 09:14:17a drop in the ocean
5282018-03-19 09:14:22a drowning man will clutch at a straw
5342018-03-19 09:14:27a dusty answer
5402018-03-19 09:14:32a fair crack of the whip
5462018-03-19 09:14:35a fair hearing
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12018-03-19 09:05:3412018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary12018-03-19 09:05:3490-minute bigot
22018-03-19 09:05:3412018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary22018-03-19 09:05:34911
32018-03-19 09:05:3412018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary32018-03-19 09:05:34999
42018-03-19 09:05:3412018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary42018-03-19 09:05:34A & E
52018-03-19 09:05:3412018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary52018-03-19 09:05:34A & M
62018-03-19 09:05:3412018-03-19 09:05:34avariable nounA is the first letter of the English alphabet.also a (eɪ ) (plural A's, a's )Definition of A from the Collins English Dictionary62018-03-19 09:05:34A & M college
72018-03-19 09:05:3722018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary22018-03-19 09:05:34911
82018-03-19 09:05:3722018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary32018-03-19 09:05:34999
92018-03-19 09:05:3722018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary92018-03-19 09:05:37a
102018-03-19 09:05:3722018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary52018-03-19 09:05:34A & M
112018-03-19 09:05:3722018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary62018-03-19 09:05:34A & M college
122018-03-19 09:05:3722018-03-19 09:05:37A & Euncountable nounIn Britain, A & E is the part of a hospital that deals with accidents and emergencies. A & E is an abbreviation for 'accident and emergency'.(eɪ ən iː )Definition of A & E from the Collins English Dictionary122018-03-19 09:05:37A & P
132018-03-19 09:05:4532018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary32018-03-19 09:05:34999
142018-03-19 09:05:4532018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary92018-03-19 09:05:37a
152018-03-19 09:05:4532018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary42018-03-19 09:05:34A & E
162018-03-19 09:05:4532018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary62018-03-19 09:05:34A & M college
172018-03-19 09:05:4532018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary122018-03-19 09:05:37A & P
182018-03-19 09:05:4532018-03-19 09:05:45A & Mabbreviation forAgricultural and MechanicalDefinition of A & M from the Collins English Dictionary182018-03-19 09:05:45A & R
192018-03-19 09:05:4942018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary92018-03-19 09:05:37a
202018-03-19 09:05:4942018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary42018-03-19 09:05:34A & E
212018-03-19 09:05:4942018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary52018-03-19 09:05:34A & M
222018-03-19 09:05:4942018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary122018-03-19 09:05:37A & P
232018-03-19 09:05:4942018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary182018-03-19 09:05:45A & R
242018-03-19 09:05:4942018-03-19 09:05:49A & M collegenouna university originally specializing in Agriculture and Mechanical subjects(eɪ ənd ɛm ˈkɒlɪdʒ)Definition of A & M college from the Collins English Dictionary242018-03-19 09:05:49a (whole) lot
252018-03-19 09:05:5352018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary42018-03-19 09:05:34A & E
262018-03-19 09:05:5352018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary52018-03-19 09:05:34A & M
272018-03-19 09:05:5352018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary62018-03-19 09:05:34A & M college
282018-03-19 09:05:5352018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary182018-03-19 09:05:45A & R
292018-03-19 09:05:5352018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary242018-03-19 09:05:49a (whole) lot
302018-03-19 09:05:5352018-03-19 09:05:53A & Pabbreviation forAgricultural and Pastoral (Association, Show, etc)Definition of A & P from the Collins English Dictionary302018-03-19 09:05:53a bad lot
312018-03-19 09:05:5662018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary52018-03-19 09:05:34A & M
322018-03-19 09:05:5662018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary62018-03-19 09:05:34A & M college
332018-03-19 09:05:5662018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary122018-03-19 09:05:37A & P
342018-03-19 09:05:5662018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary242018-03-19 09:05:49a (whole) lot
352018-03-19 09:05:5662018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary302018-03-19 09:05:53a bad lot
362018-03-19 09:05:5662018-03-19 09:05:56A & Rabbreviation forartists and repertoireDefinition of A & R from the Collins English Dictionary362018-03-19 09:05:56a bad patch
372018-03-19 09:06:0072018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary62018-03-19 09:05:34A & M college
382018-03-19 09:06:0072018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary122018-03-19 09:05:37A & P
392018-03-19 09:06:0072018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary182018-03-19 09:05:45A & R
402018-03-19 09:06:0072018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary302018-03-19 09:05:53a bad lot
412018-03-19 09:06:0072018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary362018-03-19 09:05:56a bad patch
422018-03-19 09:06:0072018-03-19 09:06:00a (whole) lota great deal; very muchDefinition of a (whole) lot from the Collins English Dictionary422018-03-19 09:06:00a bad patch/a rough patch
432018-03-19 09:06:0382018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary122018-03-19 09:05:37A & P
442018-03-19 09:06:0382018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary182018-03-19 09:05:45A & R
452018-03-19 09:06:0382018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary242018-03-19 09:05:49a (whole) lot
462018-03-19 09:06:0382018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary362018-03-19 09:05:56a bad patch
472018-03-19 09:06:0382018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary422018-03-19 09:06:00a bad patch/a rough patch
482018-03-19 09:06:0382018-03-19 09:06:03a bad lotan unpleasant or disreputable personDefinition of a bad lot from the Collins English Dictionary482018-03-19 09:06:03a bad penny
492018-03-19 09:06:0692018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary182018-03-19 09:05:45A & R
502018-03-19 09:06:0692018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary242018-03-19 09:05:49a (whole) lot
512018-03-19 09:06:0692018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary302018-03-19 09:05:53a bad lot
522018-03-19 09:06:0692018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary422018-03-19 09:06:00a bad patch/a rough patch
532018-03-19 09:06:0692018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary482018-03-19 09:06:03a bad penny
542018-03-19 09:06:0692018-03-19 09:06:06a bad patcha difficult or troubled timeDefinition of a bad patch from the Collins English Dictionary542018-03-19 09:06:06a bad word to say about sb
552018-03-19 09:06:12102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary242018-03-19 09:05:49a (whole) lot
562018-03-19 09:06:12102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary302018-03-19 09:05:53a bad lot
572018-03-19 09:06:12102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary362018-03-19 09:05:56a bad patch
582018-03-19 09:06:12102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary482018-03-19 09:06:03a bad penny
592018-03-19 09:06:12102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary542018-03-19 09:06:06a bad word to say about sb
602018-03-19 09:06:12102018-03-19 09:06:12a bad patch/a rough patchphraseIf you have or go through a bad patch or a rough patch, you have a lot of problems for a time.Definition of a bad patch/a rough patch from the Collins English Dictionary602018-03-19 09:06:12a bag of bones
612018-03-19 09:06:16112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary302018-03-19 09:05:53a bad lot
622018-03-19 09:06:16112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary362018-03-19 09:05:56a bad patch
632018-03-19 09:06:16112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary422018-03-19 09:06:00a bad patch/a rough patch
642018-03-19 09:06:16112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary542018-03-19 09:06:06a bad word to say about sb
652018-03-19 09:06:16112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary602018-03-19 09:06:12a bag of bones
662018-03-19 09:06:16112018-03-19 09:06:16a bad pennyan objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)Definition of a bad penny from the Collins English Dictionary662018-03-19 09:06:16a bag of cats
672018-03-19 09:06:21122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary362018-03-19 09:05:56a bad patch
682018-03-19 09:06:21122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary422018-03-19 09:06:00a bad patch/a rough patch
692018-03-19 09:06:21122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary482018-03-19 09:06:03a bad penny
702018-03-19 09:06:21122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary602018-03-19 09:06:12a bag of bones
712018-03-19 09:06:21122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary662018-03-19 09:06:16a bag of cats
722018-03-19 09:06:21122018-03-19 09:06:21a bad word to say about sbphraseIf nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.Definition of a bad word to say about sb from the Collins English Dictionary722018-03-19 09:06:21a barrel of laughs
732018-03-19 09:06:27132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary422018-03-19 09:06:00a bad patch/a rough patch
742018-03-19 09:06:27132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary482018-03-19 09:06:03a bad penny
752018-03-19 09:06:27132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary542018-03-19 09:06:06a bad word to say about sb
762018-03-19 09:06:27132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary662018-03-19 09:06:16a bag of cats
772018-03-19 09:06:27132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary722018-03-19 09:06:21a barrel of laughs
782018-03-19 09:06:27132018-03-19 09:06:27a bag of bonesa lean creatureDefinition of a bag of bones from the Collins English Dictionary782018-03-19 09:06:27à bas
792018-03-19 09:06:29142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary482018-03-19 09:06:03a bad penny
802018-03-19 09:06:29142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary542018-03-19 09:06:06a bad word to say about sb
812018-03-19 09:06:29142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary602018-03-19 09:06:12a bag of bones
822018-03-19 09:06:29142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary722018-03-19 09:06:21a barrel of laughs
832018-03-19 09:06:29142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary782018-03-19 09:06:27à bas
842018-03-19 09:06:29142018-03-19 09:06:29a bag of catsa bad-tempered personDefinition of a bag of cats from the Collins English Dictionary842018-03-19 09:06:29A battery
852018-03-19 09:06:33152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary542018-03-19 09:06:06a bad word to say about sb
862018-03-19 09:06:33152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary602018-03-19 09:06:12a bag of bones
872018-03-19 09:06:33152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary662018-03-19 09:06:16a bag of cats
882018-03-19 09:06:33152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary782018-03-19 09:06:27à bas
892018-03-19 09:06:33152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary842018-03-19 09:06:29A battery
902018-03-19 09:06:33152018-03-19 09:06:33a barrel of laughsphraseIf an experience is a barrel of laughs, it is very enjoyable. If someone is a barrel of laughs, they are fun to be with.Definition of a barrel of laughs from the Collins English Dictionary902018-03-19 09:06:33a beam in one's eye
912018-03-19 09:06:38162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary602018-03-19 09:06:12a bag of bones
922018-03-19 09:06:38162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary662018-03-19 09:06:16a bag of cats
932018-03-19 09:06:38162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary722018-03-19 09:06:21a barrel of laughs
942018-03-19 09:06:38162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary842018-03-19 09:06:29A battery
952018-03-19 09:06:38162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary902018-03-19 09:06:33a beam in one's eye
962018-03-19 09:06:38162018-03-19 09:06:38à basexclamationdown with!French (a bɑ)Definition of à bas from the Collins English Dictionary962018-03-19 09:06:38a bed of roses
972018-03-19 09:06:46172018-03-19 09:06:46A batterythe power source for the filaments of electron tubes in battery-operated equipmentDefinition of A battery from the Collins English Dictionary662018-03-19 09:06:16a bag of cats
982018-03-19 09:06:46172018-03-19 09:06:46A batterythe power source for the filaments of electron tubes in battery-operated equipmentDefinition of A battery from the Collins English Dictionary722018-03-19 09:06:21a barrel of laughs
992018-03-19 09:06:46172018-03-19 09:06:46A batterythe power source for the filaments of electron tubes in battery-operated equipmentDefinition of A battery from the Collins English Dictionary782018-03-19 09:06:27à bas
1002018-03-19 09:06:46172018-03-19 09:06:46A batterythe power source for the filaments of electron tubes in battery-operated equipmentDefinition of A battery from the Collins English Dictionary902018-03-19 09:06:33a beam in one's eye

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