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DEEP DOWN
Basically; in essence; at the core.

Max's boss seems to be a very evil person, but deep down he's not that bad.

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GET EVEN
To get revenge.

Mary was quite upset with Jane for stealing her boyfriend. She swore that she would get even.

GET HITCHED
To get married.

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EAT LIKE A BIRD
To eat very little.

How does Mary keep such a nice figure? I bet she eats like a bird.

EAT LIKE A PIG
To eat noisily, with one's mouth open; to eat a lot.

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CALL IT A DAY

To stop an activity for the day.

We've done enough work today. Let's call it a day.

CALL IT A NIGHT
To go to bed to sleep.

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EASY AS PIE
Very easily completed or accomplished.

That puzzle was as easy as pie.

EASY COME, EASY GO
Easily won and easily lost.

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You say get a load of this when you want someone to pay attention to something exciting or interesting. Examples:

Mike, get a load of this: our friend Frank is being in ... Read more »

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You can say 'bear with me' if you want someone to to be patient and wait while you do something else.

Examples:

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If eggs are cooked sunny-side up, it means they are fried with the yolks facing up.

Examples:

I'm ready for breakfast. Can I have my eggs sunny-side up and a ... Read more »

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When you say something is as cheap as chips you mean it's very cheap.

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People keep asking my mother which designer created her beautiful ... Read more »

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In English, 'to be cheesed off' means to be really annoyed. "I'm so cheesed off!" You can also say "to cheese someone off"

– so, writing reports really cheeses me off.

– No need to be cheesed off. I can help yo ... Read more »

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