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  Idiom or Saying User Date Translations Comments Language
Variation
English
To be sick and tired of something or of someone
Glen
Yesterday
- - English
Variation
English
To hold down the fort
Glen
April 26, 2017
- - English
Idiom or Saying
English
There never was a horse that couldn't be rode, there never w...
Glen
April 17, 2017
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Variation
Spanish
Repicar y andar en la procesión
Glen
April 16, 2017
- - Spanish
Variation
English
To be in the clinker
Glen
April 12, 2017
- - English
Variation
English
To do time
Glen
April 03, 2017
- - English
Variation
English
To be in the slammer
Glen
April 03, 2017
- - English
Variation
English
To be in the hoosegow
Glen
April 03, 2017
- - English
Variation
English
No way in hell
Glen
April 03, 2017
- - English
Variation
English
To be no mean feat
Glen
March 26, 2017
- - English
Variation
English
It's nothing to be sneezed at
Glen
March 26, 2017
- - English
Translation
English
To walk (to go somewhere on foot)
Glen
March 17, 2017
- - English
Translation
English
To be a workhorse (said of males only!)
Glen
March 17, 2017
- - English
Variation
Spanish
Una golondrina no hace verano, ni una sola virtud bienaventurado
Glen
March 16, 2017
- - Spanish
Variation
Spanish
Entre hermano y hermano, dos testigos y un escribano
Glen
March 16, 2017
- - Spanish



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