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To be the child of :
To be the craze:
To be the focal point of one's thinking:
To be the gainer by:
To be the glory of the age:
To be the heart and soul of:
To be the last to come:
To be the loser of a battle:
To be the making of:
To be the pits:
To be the same flesh and blood:
To be the slave of (a slave to) a passion:
To be the staff of sb:
To be the stay of sb's old age:
To be the twelfth in one's class:
To be there in full strength:
To be thirsty for blood:
To be thoroughly mixed up:
To be thoroughly up in sth:
To be thrilled with joy:
To be thrown into transports of delight:
To be thrown out of the saddle:
To be thunderstruck:
To be tied (to be pinned) to
one's wife's apron-strings
To be tied to one's mother's apron-strings:
To be tied up with:
To be tin-hats:
To be tired of:
To be to blame:
To be transfixed with terror:
To be transported with joy:
To be transported with rage:
To be treated as a plaything:
To be treed:
To be tried by court-martial:
To be troubled about sb:
To be troubled with wind:
To be turned out of house and home:
To be twenty years of age:
To be twice the man/woman (that sb is):
To be unable to make head or tail of:
To be unalarmed about sth:
To be unapprehensive of danger:
To be unapprehensive of danger:
To be unaware of sth:
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To be unbreathable in the deep cave:
To be unconscious of sth:
To be unconversant with a question:
To be under a ban:
To be under a cloud:
To be under a delusion:
to be under a vow to do something:
To be under an eclipse:
To be under an obligation to do sth:
To be under cross-examination:
To be under dog:
To be under no restraint:
To be under oath:
To be under obligations to sb:
To be under observation:
To be under sb's charge:
To be under sb's dominion:
To be under sb's thumb:
To be under the conduct of sb:
To be under the control of sb:
To be under the harrow:
To be under the heels of the invader:
To be under the knife:
To be under the leadership of sb:
To be under the necessity of doing sth:
To be under the tutelage of a master craftsman:
To be under the weather:
To be undesirous of doing sth:
To be unequal to doing sth:
To be unfaithful to one's husband:
To be unhorsed:
To be uninformed on a subject:
To be uninterested in sth:
To be unpledged to any party:
To be unready to do sth:
To be unsatisfied about sth:
To be unsteady on one's legs:
To be unstruck by sth:
To be unsuspicious of sth:
To be up a gum-tree:
To be up against difficulties:
To be up against the law:
To be up all night:
To be up betimes:
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To be up to anything:
To be up to date:
To be up to snuff:
To be up to sth:
To be up to the chin, chin-deep in water:
To be up to the elbow in work:
To be up to the eyes in:
To be up:
To be upon the die:
To be uppermost:
To be used for sth:
To be used to (doing) sth:
to be vastly amused:
to be vastly mistaken:
to be veiled in mystery:
To be very attentive to sb:
To be very dogmatic:
To be very exalted:
To be very hot:
To be very humble towards one's superiors:
To be very intimate with sb:
To be very mean with money:
To be very much annoyed (at, about, sth):
To be very much in the public eye:
To be very open-hearted:
To be very sore about one's defeat:
To be very talkative:
to be visited by (with) a disease:
To be voted into the chair:
To be wary of sth:
To be watchful of one's appearance:
To be waylaid:
To be wearing all one's orders:
To be welcome guest everywhere:
To be well (badly)groomed:
To be well fixed:
To be well on the way to recovery:
To be well primed (with liquor):
To be well shaken before taking:
To be well:
To be well-informed on a subject:
To be well-off:
To be wet through, wet to the skin, dripping wet,
as wet as a drowned
To be wholly devoted to sb:
To be wide of the target:
To be wild about:
To be willing to do sth:
To be winded by a long run:
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TO DO
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To be with child:
To be with God:
To be with sb:
To be with the Saints:
To be within an ace of death:
To be within sight:
To be within the competency of a court:
To be without friends:
To be wont to do sth:
To be worn out:
To be worn out:
To be worth (one's) while:
To be worth a mint of money:
To be worthy of death:
To be wrecked:
To do (say) the correct thing:
To do (sb's) job; to do the job for (sb):
To do (work) miracles:
To do a baby up again:
To do a course in manicure:
To do a dirty work for him:
To do a disappearing act:
To do a good deed every day:
To do a guy:
To do a meal:
To do a person an injustice:
To do a roaring trade:
To do a silly thing:
To do a strip:
To do again:
To do as one pleases:
To do by rule:
To do credit to sb:
To do duty for sb:
To do everything in, with, due measure:
To do everything that is humanly possible:
To do gymnastics:
To do one's best:
To do one's bit:
To do one's daily stint:
To do one's duty (to)sb:
To do one's hair before the glass:
To do one's level best:
To do one's needs:
To do one's nut:
To do one's packing:
To do one's stuff:
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To do one's utmost:
To do outwork for a clothing factory:
To do penance for sth:
To do porridge:
To do research on the side effects of the pill:
To do sb (a) hurt:
To do sb a (good) turn:
To do sb a bad turn:
To do sb a disservice:
To do sb an injury:
To do sb brown:
To do sb honour:
To do sb wrong, to do wrong to sb:
To do sth (all) by oneself:
To do sth a divious way:
To do sth according to one's light:
To do sth all by one's lonesome:
To do sth anyhow:
To do sth at (one's) leisure:
To do sth at request:
To do sth at sb's behest:
To do sth at sb's dictation:
To do sth at, (by) sb's command:
To do sth behind sb's back:
To do sth by mistake:
To do sth for a lark:
To do sth for amusement:
To do sth for effect:
To do sth for lucre:
To do sth for the sake of sb, for sb's sake:
To do sth in a leisurely fashion:
To do sth in a private capacity:
To do sth in haste:
To do sth in sight of everybody:
To do sth in the army fashion:
To do sth in three hours:
To do sth of one's free will:
To do sth of one's own accord:
To do sth of one's own choice:
To do sth on one's own hook:
To do sth on principle:
To do sth on spec:
To do sth on the sly:
To do sth on the spot:
To do sth out of spite:
To do sth right away:
To do sth slap-dash, In a slap-dash manner:
To do sth through the instrumentality of sb:
To do sth to the best of one's ability:
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TO EAT
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To do sth unasked:
To do sth under duress:
To do sth unhelped:
To do sth unmasked:
To do sth unprompted:
To do sth unresisted:
To do sth unsought:
To do sth with (all)expediton;
to use expedition in doing sth
To do sth with a good grace:
To do sth with a will:
To do sth with all speed, at speed:
To do sth with dispatch:
To do sth with grace:
To do sth with great care:
To do sth with great caution:
To do sth with great ease:
To do sth with great facility:
To do sth with minute detail:
To do sth with no preparation,
without any preparation
To do sth with one's whole heart:
To do sth without respect to the results:
To do sthwith great dexterity:
To do the cooking:
To do the dirty on sb:
To do the dirty on; to play a mean trick on:
To do the mending:
To do the rest:
To do the washing:
To do things by rule:
to do time:
To do up one's face:
To do up one's hair:
to do violence to one's principles:
To do well by sb:
To do whatever is expedient:
To do without food:
To eat (drink) one's fill:
To eat a hearty breakfast:
To eat and drink in moderation:
To eat crow:
To eat dirt:
To eat like a pig:
To eat muck:
To eat one's heart out:
To eat one's words:
To eat quickly:
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TO GO
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To eat sb out of house and home:
To eat sb's toads:
To eat some fruit:
To eat the bread of idleness:
To eat the leek:
To eat to satiety:
To eat up one's food:
To eat with avidity:
To eat, drink, to excess:
To get sth to eat:
To have breakfast, to eat one's breakfast:
To have nothing to eat:
To tempt a child to eat:
To go about one's lawful occasion:
To go about one's usual work:
To go about to do sth:
To go across a bridge:
To go against the current:
To go against the tide:
To go all awry:
To go along at easy jog:
To go along dot-and-go-one:
To go among people:
To go and seek sb:
To go around the world:
To go ashore:
To go astray:
To go at a crawl:
To go at a furious pace:
To go at a good pace:
To go at a snail's pace:
To go at a spanking pace:
To go at the foot's pace:
To go away for a fortnight:
To go away for ever:
To go away with a flea in one's ear:
To go away with sth:
To go away with sth:
To go back into one's room:
To go back into the army:
To go back on one's word:
To go back the same way:
To go back to a subject:
To go back to one's native land:
To go back to the beginning:
To go back to the past:
To go back two paces:
To go backwards:
To go bad:
To go bail (to put in bail) for sb:
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To go bananas:
To go bankrupt:
To go before:
To go behind a decision:
To go behind sb's words:
To go beyond all bounds, to pass all bounds:
To go beyond one's authority:
To go blackberrying:
To go blind with rage:
To go broody:
To go bung:
To go by boat:
To go by certain principles:
To go by certain principles:
To go by steam:
To go by the directions:
To go by train:
To go by:
To go chestnutting:
To go clear round the globe:
To go crazy:
To go cuckoo:
To go dead slow:
To go dead:
To go down (fall, drop) on one's knees:
To go down (from the university):
To go down before an opponent:
To go down in an exam:
To go down into the tomb:
To go down the hill:
To go down the river:
To go down to the country:
To go down to the South:
To go downhill:
To go down-stream:
To go downtown:
To go far afield, farther afield:
To go far:
To go fifty-fifty:
To go fishing at week ends:
To go fishing:
To go flop:
To go foodless:
To go for a (half-hour's) roam:
To go for a blow:
To go for a doctor:
To go for a drive:
To go for a good round:
To go for a horse ride on the beach:
To go for a quick pee:
To go for a ramble:
To go for a ride, to take a ride:
To go for a row on the river:
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To go for a run:
To go for a sail:
To go for a short run before breakfast:
To go for a spin:
To go for a swim:
To go for a trip round the lake:
To go for a trip round the world:
To go for a walk:
To go for nothing:
To go for sb in the papers:
To go from bad to worse:
To go from hence into the other world:
To go full bat:
To go full tear:
To go further than sb:
To go gaga:
To go gaping about the streets:
To go gay:
To go goosy:
To go guarantee for sb:
To go halves with sb in sth:
To go home:
To go house hunting:
To go hungry:
To go in (at) one ear and out (at) the other:
To go in for an examination:
To go in for one's pipe:
To go in for riding:
To go in for sb:
To go in for sports:
To go in quest of sb:
To go in terror of sb:
To go in the direction of Sài Gòn:
To go indoors:
To go into a convent:
To go into a house:
To go into a huddle with sb:
To go into a question:
To go into business:
To go into consumption:
To go into details:
To go into ecstasies over sth:
To go into liquidation:
To go into mourning:
To go into rapture:
To go into retreat:
To go into reverse:
To go into rhapsodies over:
To go into the church:
To go into the dock:
To go into the first gear:
To go into the melting-pot:
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To go into the union house:
To go loose:
To go mad:
To go mushrooming:
To go must:
To go nesting:
To go north:
To go off at score:
To go off the boil:
To go off the hooks:
To go off with sth:
To go off, to be off:
To go on a bender:
To go on a fool's errand:
To go on a hunt for sth:
To go on a light diet:
To go on a pilgrimage:
To go on a ten-miled hike:
to go on a voyage:
To go on appearances:
To go on as before:
To go on as Hamlet:
To go on board:
To go on crutches:
To go on guard:
To go on one's knees:
To go on speaking till one is fit to stop:
To go on the batter:
To go on the gamble:
To go on the prowl:
To go on the racket:
To go on the spree:
To go on the stage:
To go on the streets:
To go on wheels:
To go one's own way:
To go out (on strike):
To go out gunning:
To go out in a hurry:
To go out in the poll:
To go out of fashion:
To go out of mourning:
To go out of one's mind:
To go out of one's way (to do sth):
To go out of the subject:
to go out of view:
To go out poaching on a farmer's land:
To go out to dinner:
To go out unobserved:
To go out with a gun:
To go out, walk out:
To go overboard:
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To go part of the distance on foot:
To go past:
To go phut:
To go prawning:
To go quail-netting:
To go right on:
To go round the globe:
To go round with the hat;to make the hat go round; to pass
round the hat, to send round the hat:
To go sealing:
To go shares with sb in the expense of a taxi:
To go shooting:
To go shrimping:
To go skating before the thaw sets in:
To go slower:
To go smash:
To go snacks with sb in sth:
To go sour:
To go spare:
To go straight forward:
To go ta-tas:
To go the pace:
To go through a terrible ordeal:
To go through all the money:
To go through fire and water:
To go through one's facing:
To go through the roof:
To go through thick and thin for sb:
To go to a better world:
To go to a place:
To go to and fro:
To go to bed with the lamb and rise with the lark:
To go to bed; to go to bye bye
To go to Cap.St (Cap Saint Jacques)
Jacques for a sniff of the briny:
To go to clink, to be put in clink:
To go to communion:
To go to confession:
To go to earth:
To go to England via Gibraltar:
To go to extremes, to run to an extreme:
To go to glory:
To go to ground:
To go to heaven:
To go to ones's head:
To go to pieces:
To go to pot:
To go to rack and ruin:
To go to roost:
To go to ruin:
To go to sb's funeral:
To go to sb's relief:
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To go to stool:
To go to stools:
To go to the bad:
To go to the bat with sb:
To go to the bath:
To go to the bottom:
To go to the devil!:
To go to the devil:
To go to the fountain-head:
To go to the greenwood:
To go to the hairdresser's for a perm:
To go to the kirk:
To go to the play:
To go to the poll:
To go to the races and have a flutter:
To go to the theatre:
To go to the tune of:
to go to the vote:
To go to the wall:
To go to town to do some shopping:
To go to wrack and ruin:
To go to, to mount, the scaffold:
To go together:
To go too far:
To go up (down) the stream:
To go up a form:
To go up in an aeroplane:
To go up the line:
To go up the stairs:
To go up to the university:
To go up:
To go upstairs:
To go uptown:
To go vacationing:
To go west:
To go with a girl:
To go with child:
To go with the stream:
To go with wind in one's face:
To go with young:
To go within:
To go, come out on strike:
To have a bare competency:
To have a bath:
To have a bee in one's bonnet:
To have a bias against sb:
To have a bit of a scrap with sb:
To have a bit of a snog:

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