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Bring forward.
English phrase.

Bring Home the Bacon.

Bring home the bacon.
English phrase.

Bring home.
English phrase.

Bring in.
English phrase.

Bring it on.
English phrase.

Bring it weak.
English phrase.

Bring low.
English phrase.

Bring off.
English phrase.

Bring on.
English phrase.

Bring one's arse to an anchor.
English phrase.

Bring out in a rash.
English phrase.

Bring out.
English phrase.

Bring over.
English phrase.

Bring owls to athens.
English phrase.

Bring round.
English phrase.

Bring sand to the beach.
English phrase.

Bring something to light.
en] Make something previously unknown become known.

Bring to a boil.
English phrase.

Bring to bear.
English phrase.

Bring to heel.
English phrase.

Bring to justice.
English phrase.

Bring to light.
English phrase.

Bring to the table.
English phrase.

Bring to.
English phrase.

Bring together.
English phrase.

Bring up against.
English phrase.

Bring up the rear.
English phrase.

Bring up to.
English phrase.

Bring up.
English phrase.

Bring upon.
English phrase.

Bring versus Take.
en] Confusing Words

Bring your A game.

Bringing a Knife to a Gunfight.

Bringing Up the Rear.

Broach to.
English phrase.

Broach versus Brooch.
en] Confusing Words

Broad across the beam.
English phrase.

Broad church.
English phrase.

Broad in the beam.

Broad in the beam.
English phrase.

Broad shoulders.
English phrase.

Broad strokes.
English phrase.

Broad-beamed.
English phrase.

Broaden someone's horizons.
English phrase.

Broadway.
English phrase.

Broke - if it ain't, don't fix it.

Broken Heart.

Broken record.
English phrase.

Broken vessel.
English phrase.

Broken-hearted.
English phrase.

Bronx cheer.

Bronx cheer.
English phrase.

Brook no truck with.

Broom closet.
English phrase.

Bros before hoes.

Bros before hoes.
English phrase.

Bros before hos.

Bros before hos.
English phrase.

Broth versus Stock.
en] Confusing Words

Brothers love each other when they are equally rich.
Africa

Brought versus Bought.
en] Confusing Words

Brown as a berry.

Brown bag.
English phrase.

Brown bread.

Brown bread.
English phrase.

Brown Noser.

Brown noser.
English phrase.

Brown out.

Brown out.
English phrase.

Brown power.
English phrase.

Brown study.
English phrase.

Brown thumb.
English phrase.

Browned off.

Browned off.
English phrase.

Brownie point.
English phrase.

Brownie points.

Brown-nose and brownnose.

Brownnose.
English phrase.

Brown-noser.
English phrase.

Bruise up.
English phrase.

Brum brum.

Brummagem screwdriver.

Brung versus Brought.
en] Confusing Words

Brush aside.
English phrase.

Brush by.
English phrase.

Brush down.
English phrase.

Brush off.
English phrase.

Brush past.
English phrase.

Brush Under the Carpet.

Brush up.
English phrase.

Brush with death.
English phrase.

Brush-up!.
English phrase.

Brussels.
English phrase.

BTDT.
English phrase.

BTDTBTTS.
English phrase.

Bubble and squeak.

Bubble over.
English phrase.

Bubble under.
English phrase.

Bubble up.
English phrase.

Buck fever.
English phrase.

Buck for.
English phrase.

Buck Naked versus Butt Naked.
en] Confusing Words

Buck naked.
English phrase.

Buck off.
English phrase.

Buck the trend.
English phrase.

Buck Up!

Buck up.
English phrase.

Bucket down.
English phrase.

Bucket list.

Bucket list.
English phrase.

Bucket of bolts.
English phrase.

Bucket of rust.
English phrase.

Buckle down.

Buckle down.
English phrase.

Buckle under.
English phrase.

Buckle Up.

Buckle up.
English phrase.

Buckle-up and begin.
English phrase.

Buckley's and none.
English phrase.

Buckley's chance.
English phrase.

Bud up.
English phrase.

Buddy up.
English phrase.

Budge up.
English phrase.

Buff out.
English phrase.

Buff the muffin.
English phrase.

Buff up.
English phrase.

Bug in her bonnet.
English phrase.

Bug Off.
English phrase.

Bug out.
English phrase.

Bug Someone.
English phrase.

Bug storm.
English phrase.

Bugger all.
English phrase.

Bugger Bognor!

Bugger off.
English phrase.

Bugger up.
English phrase.

Buggins' turn.

Buggins's turn.
English phrase.

Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door.

Build a Better Mousetrap.

Build a better mousetrap.
English phrase.

Build bridges.
English phrase.

Build castles in the air.
English phrase.

Build down.
English phrase.

Build in.
English phrase.

Build into.
English phrase.

Build on sand.
English phrase.

Build on.
English phrase.

Build up.
English phrase.

Build upon.
English phrase.

Building and marrying of children are great wasters.

Building is a sweet impoverishing.

Buildup versus Build up.
en] Confusing Words

Built Like a Brick Outhouse.

Built like a brick shithouse.
English phrase.

Built like a tank.
English phrase.

Bulger.
English phrase.

Bulk bill.
English phrase.

Bulk billing.
English phrase.

Bulk out.
English phrase.

Bulk up.
English phrase.

Bull in a China Shop.

Bull in a China Shop.
English phrase.

Bull session.
English phrase.

Bullet - Bit the, Bite the.

Bulletproof.
English phrase.

Bulls eye.
English phrase.

Bull's eye.
English phrase.

Bully For You!

Bully pulpit.

Bully.
English phrase.

Bum around.
English phrase.

Bum chum.
English phrase.

Bum out.
English phrase.

Bum rap.
English phrase.

Bum rush.
English phrase.

Bum steer.
English phrase.

Bumfuck, Egypt.
English phrase.

Bumfuck.
English phrase.

Bump and grind.
English phrase.

Bump in the Road.

Bump in the road.
English phrase.

Bump into.
English phrase.

Bump off.
English phrase.

Bump up.
English phrase.

Bumper crop.
English phrase.

Bumper-to-Bumper.

Bumpy.
English phrase.

Bum-rush vs bum's rush.

Bums in seats.
English phrase.

Bums on seats.

Bum's rush.
English phrase.

Bun fight.
English phrase.

Bun in the oven.

Bun in the oven.
en] To be pregnant.

Bunch up.
English phrase.

Bundle of energy.
English phrase.

Bundle of joy.
English phrase.

Bundle of laughs.
English phrase.

Bundle of nerves.
English phrase.

Bundle off.
English phrase.

Bundle Up.

Bundle up.
English phrase.

Bung up.
English phrase.

Bunk off.
English phrase.

Bunk together.
English phrase.

Bunk, bunkum, buncombe.

Bunny boiler.

Bunny girl.
English phrase.

Bunny hop.
English phrase.

Bunny hug.
English phrase.

Bunny versus Rabbit.
en] Confusing Words

Buoy up.
English phrase.

Buried treasure.
English phrase.

Burn a hole in one's pocket.
English phrase.

Burn bridges.

Burn down.
English phrase.

Burn off.
English phrase.

Burn one's bridges and burn one's boats.

Burn One's Bridges.

Burn one's bridges.
English phrase.

Burn one's candle at both ends.
English phrase.

Burn one's fingers.
English phrase.

Burn out.
English phrase.

Burn rubber.
English phrase.

Burn some rubber.
English phrase.

Burn the Candle at Both Ends.

Burn the Candle at Both Ends.
English phrase.

Burn the midnight oil.

Burn the midnight oil.
English phrase.

Burn to a crisp.
English phrase.

Burn up.
English phrase.

Burn Your Bridges behind You.
English phrase.

Burn your bridges.
en] Ruin a relationship, resulting in you being unable to return somewhere.

Burned out.
English phrase.

Burning the midnight oil.

Burnt to a crisp.
English phrase.

Burnt versus Burned.
en] Confusing Words

Burp the worm.
English phrase.

Burst forth.
English phrase.

Burst in.
English phrase.

Burst Into Flames.

Burst Into Tears.

Burst into tears.
English phrase.

Burst my balloon.
English phrase.

Burst Onto the Scene.

Burst Out Laughing.

Burst out laughing.
English phrase.

Burst out.
English phrase.

Burst someone's bubble.
English phrase.

Burst versus Bursted.
en] Confusing Words

Burst Your Bubble.

Bursting at the Seams.

Bury (Hide) One's Head In the Sand.

Bury one's head in the sand.
English phrase.

Bury the hatchet.

Bury the hatchet.
en] Stop fighting and become friendly (a hatchet is a small axe).

Bury the hatchet.
English phrase.

Bury the lead.
English phrase.

Bury the lede.
English phrase.

Bury your head in the sand.

Bury your head in the sand.
en] (try to) avoid a particular situation by pretending that it doesn't exist.

Bury Your Head in the Sand.
English phrase.

Buses versus Busses.
en] Confusing Words

Bush League.

Bush league.
English phrase.

Bush telegraph.
English phrase.

Business as Usual.

Business as usual.
English phrase.

Business Before Pleasure.

Business before pleasure.
English phrase.

Business end.
English phrase.

Business girl.
English phrase.

Business is business.
English phrase.

Business is never so healthy as when, like a chicken, it must do a certain amount of scratching for what it gets.
Henry Ford (1863 - 1947)

Businesses planned for service are apt to succeed; businesses planned for profit are apt to fail.
Nicholas Murray Butler (1862 - 1947)

Busman's Holiday.

Busman's holiday.
English phrase.

Bust a cap in someone's ass.
English phrase.

Bust a cap.
English phrase.

Bust a move.

Bust a move.
English phrase.

Bust a nut.
English phrase.

Bust ass cold.
English phrase.

Bust ass.
English phrase.

Bust chops.
English phrase.

Bust on.
English phrase.

Bust one's ass.
English phrase.

Bust one's balls.
English phrase.

Bust one's butt.
English phrase.

Bust one's chops.
English phrase.

Bust Out Laughing.

Bust out.
English phrase.

Bust the dust.
English phrase.

Bust up.
English phrase.

Bust your buns.
English phrase.

Busted Flush.

Busted flush.
English phrase.

Bustle with.
English phrase.

Busy as a beaver.
English phrase.

Busy as a bee.

Busy as a bee.
English phrase.

Busy beaver.
English phrase.

Busy little beaver.
English phrase.

Busy work.
English phrase.

Busybody.

But all those ancients could say anything!
He put in just what rushed into his head.
Robert Browning, The Ring and the Book, IX.: Juris Doctor Johannes-Baptista Bottinius

But for the grace of God.
English phrase.

But good.
English phrase.

But me no buts.

But me no buts.
English phrase.

But seriously folks.
English phrase.

But then.
English phrase.

But when he speaks, what elocution flows!
Soft as the fleeces of descending snows
The copious accents fall, with easy art;
Melting they fall, and sink into the heart.
HOMER, Circa 850 b. c., Iliad, Book III, Line 283

But who's counting.
English phrase.

But, satisfaction brought it back.
English phrase.

Butcher's bill.
English phrase.

Butt heads.
English phrase.

Butt in.
English phrase.

Butt out.
English phrase.

Butter face.
English phrase.

Butter fingers.
English phrase.

Butter no parsnips - Fine words.

Butter one's bread on both sides.
English phrase.

Butter side down.

Butter Someone Up.
English phrase.

Butter up.
English phrase.

Butter will not melt in someone's mouth.
English phrase.

Butter won't melt in someone's mouth.
English phrase.

Butter would not melt in someone's mouth.
English phrase.

Butter Wouldn't Melt in (Someone's).

Butter wouldn't melt in his mouth.

Butter wouldn't melt in someone's mouth.
English phrase.

Butterfingers.

Butterflies in My Stomach.

Butterflies in the Stomach.
English phrase.

Butterfly upon a wheel.
English phrase.

Butt-naked.
English phrase.

Button nose.
English phrase.

Button one's lip.
English phrase.

Button up.
English phrase.

Button Your Lip.
English phrase.

Button-down.
English phrase.

Buttoned-down.
English phrase.

Butt-ugly.
English phrase.

Buy a lemon.
en] A car that constantly has problems is called a lemon.

Buy a Pig in a Poke.

Buy a Pig in a Poke.
English phrase.

Buy at a market, but sell at home.

Buy Back.

Buy back.
English phrase.

Buy cheap, buy twice.

Buy cheap, buy twice.
English phrase.

Buy in.
English phrase.

Buy into.
English phrase.

Buy it.
en] Believe something.

Buy low, sell high.

Buy off on.
English phrase.

Buy off.
English phrase.

Buy out.
English phrase.

Buy Something Out.

Buy straw hats in winter.
English phrase.

Buy the farm.
English phrase.

Buy the Next Round.

Buy the rumor, sell the fact.
English phrase.

Buy the truth but never sell it.
Africa

Buy Time.

Buy time.
English phrase.

Buy to let.
English phrase.

Buy up.
English phrase.

Buy versus Bye versus By.
en] Confusing Words

Buy when it snows and sell when it goes.

Buy when it snows, sell when it goes.

Buying on Credit.

Buzz in.
English phrase.

Buzz Off.

Buzz off.
English phrase.

Buzz up.
English phrase.

By a Hair's Breadth.

By a hair's breadth.
English phrase.

By a landslide.
English phrase.

By a long shot.
English phrase.

By a Show of Hands.

By a Whisker.

By Accident versus On Accident.
en] Confusing Words

By all accounts.
English phrase.

By All Appearances.

By All Means.

By all means.
English phrase.

By all that's good and glorious.

By and by vs. by the by.

By and by.
English phrase.

By and Large.

By and large.
English phrase.

By any chance.
English phrase.

By any means.
English phrase.

By Any Stretch of the Imagination.

By any stretch of the imagination.
English phrase.

By Chance.

By coming and going, a bird constructs its nest.
Africa

By dint of.

By dint of.
English phrase.

By doing nothing we learn to do ill.
la] Nihil agendo male agere discimus.

By failing we spoil the plans of our Creator.

By far.
English phrase.

By following the instructions, herein given you can succeed and have health, wealth, and happiness, and be a blessing to thyself and to others.

By guess or by gosh.
English phrase.

By gum.

By halves.
English phrase.

By hand.
English phrase.

By heart.
English phrase.

By his deeds we know a man.
Africa

By Hook or by Crook.

By hook or by crook.
English phrase.

By jumping at the stars you may fall in the mud.

By Leaps and Bounds.

By leaps and bounds.
English phrase.

By Mistake.

By mistake.
English phrase.

By no means.
English phrase.

By no stretch of the imagination.
English phrase.

By one's lights.
English phrase.

By one's own hand.
English phrase.

By oneself.
English phrase.

By rights.
English phrase.

By the board.

By the Book.

By the book.
English phrase.

By the By.

By the by.
English phrase.

By the grace of god.
English phrase.

By the grace of the almighty.
English phrase.

By the hands of many a great work is made light.

By the numbers.
English phrase.

By the same token.
English phrase.

By the sea, on the shore, it is pleasant to be;
The sunshine's delicious I own;
This life would be ever delightful to me,
If folks would but leave me alone!
J. Ashby-Sterky, The Lazy Minstrel: A Common- Sense Carol

By the seat of your pants.
English phrase.

By the short hairs.

By the Skin of One's Teeth.

By the skin of one's teeth.
English phrase.

By the skin of your teeth.

By the skin of your teeth.
en] When you nearly fail, and you only just succeed.

By the Skin of Your Teeth.
English phrase.

By the Sweat of Your Brow.

By the time a person has achieved years adequate for choosing a direction, the die is cast and the moment has long since passed which determined the future.
Zelda Fitzgerald (1900 - 1948)

By the time the fool has learned the game, the players have dispersed.
Africa

By the time you tell a secret to a mad person then a normal person you cannot see.
Africa

By the time.
English phrase.

By the way.
English phrase.

By trade.
English phrase.

By uniting we stand, by dividing we fall.

By Virtue of.

By virtue of.
English phrase.

By way of.
English phrase.

By Word of Mouth.

By your leave.

By/in leaps and bounds.
English phrase.

Bye-bye.
English phrase.

Bygones be bygones, and fair play for time to come.
English phrase.

BYOW.
English phrase.

Bystander effect.
English phrase.

By-the-book.
English phrase.

By-the-numbers.
English phrase.

Cabin cruiser.
English phrase.

Cabin Fever.

Cack up.
English phrase.

Cactuses versus Cacti.
en] Confusing Words

Caddie versus Caddy.
en] Confusing Words

Caesar Salad.

Caesar's Wife Must Be Above Suspicion.

Caesar's wife must be above suspicion..

Cajole Someone into Something.

Cake crumbs.
English phrase.

Cake walk.
English phrase.

Cakes and ale.
English phrase.

Cakewalk.
English phrase.

Calculated Risk.

Calendar year.

Calfs versus Calves.
en] Confusing Words

Call a cat a cat.
Africa

Call a Meeting to Order.

Call a spade a spade.

Call a spade a spade.
en] This means to speak honestly without hiding your opinions.

Call a spade a spade.
English phrase.

Call an ambulance.
English phrase.

Call an audible.
English phrase.

Call away.
English phrase.

Call back.
English phrase.

Call down.
English phrase.

Call 'em as one sees 'em.
English phrase.

Call for.
English phrase.

Call forth.
English phrase.

Call in.
English phrase.

Call it a day.
en] An expression said near the end of a day that means "That's enough for today. Let's end and go home".
en] To call it a day means to stop working and start working again the next day.

Call it a day.
English phrase.

Call it a night.
en] Go to bed and sleep.

Call it a night.
English phrase.

Call it even.
en] Declare debts paid.

Call it even.
English phrase.

Call it quits.
en] Quit or stop an activity.

Call it quits.
English phrase.

Call kinship with the hyena, and all hyenas are your friend.
Africa

Call off the carpet.
English phrase.

Call off the dogs.
English phrase.

Call off.
English phrase.

Call on.
English phrase.

Call out.
English phrase.

Call roll.
English phrase.

Call somebody's bluff.
en] Make somebody prove that what he or she is saying is true.

Call someone your lord and he'll sell you in the slave market.

Call someone's bluff.
English phrase.

Call the police.
English phrase.

Call the shots.
en] Make the decisions.

Call the shots.
English phrase.

Call the Tune.

Call the tune.
English phrase.

Call to account.
English phrase.

Call to the bar.
English phrase.

Call together.
English phrase.

Call up.
English phrase.

Call upon.
English phrase.

Call You on the Carpet.
English phrase.

Call Your Bluff.
English phrase.

Calling card.
English phrase.

Calls for.
English phrase.

Calm as a millpond.
English phrase.

Calm before the storm.
en] An unusually quiet period before a period of upheaval (problems, chaos).

Calm before the storm.
English phrase.

Calm down.
English phrase.

Calm your tits.
English phrase.

Calvary versus Cavalry.
en] Confusing Words

Camaraderie versus Comradery.
en] Confusing Words

Cambric Tea.
English phrase.

Camel through the eye of a needle.
English phrase.

Camel's nose.
English phrase.

Camp out.
English phrase.

Can do with.
English phrase.

Can I buy you a drink.
English phrase.

Can I come in.
English phrase.

Can I use your phone.
English phrase.

Can it.
English phrase.

Can of corn.
English phrase.

Can of worms vs pandora's box.

Can of worms.
en] A difficult problem that produces additional problems.

Can of worms.
English phrase.

Can versus May.
en] Confusing Words

Can we say.
English phrase.

Can you hear me looking at you.
English phrase.

Can you help me.
English phrase.

Can you tell us.
English phrase.

Canary fit.
English phrase.

Canary in a coal mine.
English phrase.

Canary in the coalmine.

Cancel out.
English phrase.

Canceled versus Cancelled.
en] Confusing Words

Candle in the wind.
English phrase.

Candy is Dandy but Liquor is Quicker.

Candy-coat.
English phrase.

Cannon fodder.
English phrase.

Cannon fodder.
widespread idiom
en] poorly trained or poorly equipped soldiers who are sent senselessly into war, carrying out a nearly hopeless attack against an enemy and thus losing their lives.

Cannot live with them, cannot live without them.

Cannot live with them, cannot live without them..

Cannot see the forest for the trees.

Cannot versus Can not.
en] Confusing Words

Canon vs. Cannon.
en] Confusing Words

Can't be overestimated

Can't be overestimated/can't be underestimated.

Can't be underestimated.

Can't cut the mustard.

Can't cut the mustard.
en] When one is unable to perform at a required level.

Can't do right for doing wrong.
English phrase.

Can't Fight City Hall.
English phrase.

Can't get a word in edgewise.

Can't Get Blood from a Stone.
English phrase.

Can't get enough.
English phrase.

Can't help.
English phrase.

Can't Hit the Side of a Barn.
English phrase.

Can't hold a candle to.

Can't Hold a Candle To.
English phrase.

Can't judge a book by its cover.

Can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em.

Can't live with them and can't live without them.

Can't live with them and can't live without them..

Can't live with them, can't live without them.

Can't make ends meet.
English phrase.

Can't see the forest for the trees.

Can't see the forest for the trees.
en] To not be able to see the forest for the trees means that the individual can see the small picture.

Can't See the Forest for the Trees.
English phrase.

Can't seem.
English phrase.

Can't stand.
English phrase.

Can't Swing A Dead Cat In (Place).

Can't wait.
English phrase.

Can't Win for Losing.

Canteen culture.

Canterbury pace.

Cap in hand.
English phrase.

Cap it all off.
English phrase.

Cap off.
English phrase.

Cap over the windmill.
English phrase.

Capability versus Ability.
en] Confusing Words

Capital versus Capitol.
en] Confusing Words

Cappuccino versus Latte.
en] Confusing Words

Captain of industry.
English phrase.

Captain's pick.
English phrase.

Car boot sales.
English phrase.

Carb up.
English phrase.

Carbo Loading.

Carbon Copy.

Carbon copy.
English phrase.

Carbon footprint.

Carbon-copy.

Card Shark.

Cardinal Numbers versus Ordinal Numbers.
en] Confusing Words

Card-sharp.

Care a button.
English phrase.

Care a jackstraw.
English phrase.

Care for.
English phrase.

Care killed the cat.

Care killed the cat..

Care package.
English phrase.

Careful Not to Do Something.

Cargo-200.
English phrase.

Carmel versus Caramel.
en] Confusing Words

Carpe diem cras.

Carpe diem cras..

Carpe diem cras.
English phrase.

Carpe diem.

Carpe diem.
English phrase.

Carpetbagger.
en] A carpetbagger is someone who comes to a place or organization with the primary aim of personal gain.

Carried away.
English phrase.

Carrion crows bewail the dead sheep, and then eat them.

Carrot and stick.
en] A carrot and stick approach creates incentive to make people do things by rewarding them for a good job.

Carrot and stick.
English phrase.

Carrot-and-Stick (Approach).

Carry a Torch (for).

Carry a torch for.
English phrase.

Carry a torch.
English phrase.

Carry a tune.
English phrase.

Carry away.
English phrase.

Carry Coals To Newcastle.

Carry coals to newcastle.
English phrase.

Carry forward.
English phrase.

Carry off.
English phrase.

Carry on.
English phrase.

Carry one's own weight.
English phrase.

Carry one's weight.
English phrase.

Carry oneself.
English phrase.

Carry Out.

Carry out.
English phrase.

Carry over.
English phrase.

Carry someone's water.
English phrase.

Carry the Ball.
English phrase.

Carry the Can.

Carry the can.
English phrase.

Carry the Day.

Carry the mail.
English phrase.

Carry the message to garcia.
English phrase.

Carry the Weight of the World on Your Shoulders.
English phrase.

Carry through.
English phrase.

Carry up.
English phrase.

Carry water for.
English phrase.

Carrying coals to Newcastle.

Cart away.
English phrase.

Cart Before the Horse.

Cart off.
English phrase.

Carte Blanche.

Carve out.
English phrase.

Carve up.
English phrase.

Carved in Stone.

Carved in Stone.
English phrase.

Case closed.
English phrase.

Case in Point versus Case and Point.
en] Confusing Words

Case in point.
en] A case in point is a specific example of what you are talking about.

Case in point.
English phrase.

Case of Mistaken Identity.

Case the Joint.

Cash and Carry.

Cash Cow.

Cash cow.
en] A cash cow refers to a business or project that is set up to make solely make large amounts of money.

Cash cow.
English phrase.

Cash Flow Problem.

Cash In One's Chips.

Cash in one's chips.
English phrase.

Cash in your chips.
en] To cash in your chips means to sell something before the value of it drops.

Cash in.
English phrase.

Cash is King.

Cash Money.

Cash on the barrelhead.
English phrase.

Cash on the nail.

Cash One's Chips In.

Cash or Credit.

Cash out.
English phrase.

Cash up.
English phrase.

Cash-Strapped.

Cask wine.
English phrase.

Cast a clout till May be out.

Cast a long shadow.
en] To cast a long shadow means to wield considerable power or influence over others or events.

Cast a shadow.
English phrase.

Cast a Spell on Someone.

Cast a wide net.

Cast about.
English phrase.

Cast adrift.
English phrase.

Cast around.
English phrase.

Cast Aside.

Cast aside.
English phrase.

Cast Aspersions.

Cast aspersions.
English phrase.

Cast away.
English phrase.

Cast Doubt on Someone.

Cast doubt on.
en] To cast doubt on someone or something means to make them less believable.

Cast Down Your Bucket.

Cast in concrete.
English phrase.

Cast in the Same Mold.

Cast iron stomach.

Cast Off.

Cast off.
English phrase.

Cast on.
English phrase.

Cast one's vote.
English phrase.

Cast out.
English phrase.

Cast Pearls Before Swine.

Cast Pearls before Swine.
English phrase.

Cast Someone As.

Cast the First Stone.

Cast the First Stone.
English phrase.

Cast up one's accounts.
English phrase.

Cast up.
English phrase.

Cast versus Casted.
en] Confusing Words

Cast Your Bread Upon the Waters.

Cast Your Vote.

Cast/shed/throw light on sth.
English phrase.

Casting couch.
English phrase.

Castle in the air.
English phrase.

Castle in the sky.
en] A daydream, a hope, especially for your life, that's unlikely to come true.

Castles in the air.

Casu consulto.
English phrase.

Cat and dog life.
English phrase.

Cat and mouse game.
English phrase.

Cat and mouse.
English phrase.

Cat around.
English phrase.

Cat burglar.

Cat Fight.

Cat got someone's tongue.
English phrase.

Cat got your tongue.

Cat Got Your Tongue.
English phrase.

Cat got your tongue?

Cat in the meal-tub.
English phrase.

Cat in the sack.
English phrase.

Cat on a hot tin roof.

Cat Out of the Bag.

Cat piss.
English phrase.

Cat that ate the canary.
English phrase.

Cat That Swallowed the Canary.
English phrase.

Catalog versus Catalogue.
en] Confusing Words

Cat-and-Mouse (adj.).

Cat-and-mouse.
English phrase.

Catbird seat.
English phrase.

Catch 22.

Catch a buzz.
English phrase.

Catch a cold.
English phrase.

Catch a tan.
English phrase.

Catch air.
English phrase.

Catch as Catch Can.

Catch as catch can.
English phrase.

Catch big air.
English phrase.

Catch dust.
English phrase.

Catch fire.
English phrase.

Catch flies.
English phrase.

Catch heat.
English phrase.

Catch hell.
en] To catch hell is to get in trouble or scolded.

Catch hell.
English phrase.

Catch it.
English phrase.

Catch Me Later.

Catch More Flies With Honey than Vinegar.
English phrase.

Catch napping.
English phrase.

Catch not a shadow and lose the substance.

Catch of the day.
English phrase.

Catch on.
en] Understand.

Catch on.
English phrase.

Catch One's Death of Cold.

Catch one's death.
English phrase.

Catch one's drift.
English phrase.

Catch out.
English phrase.

Catch sight of.
English phrase.

Catch Some Rays.

Catch some rays.
English phrase.

Catch some z's.
en] To get some sleep.

Catch some z's.
English phrase.

Catch somebody's eye.
en] Grab somebody's attention and make him or her look at something.

Catch someone napping.
English phrase.

Catch Someone Red-Handed.
English phrase.

Catch someone with one's hand in the cookie jar.
English phrase.

Catch someone's drift.
English phrase.

Catch someone's eye.
English phrase.

Catch the eye.
English phrase.

Catch the Next Wave.

Catch the sun.
English phrase.

Catch Up.

Catch up.
English phrase.

Catch wind of something.
en] Learn about some news.

Catch You Later.
English phrase.

Catch you on the flip side.
English phrase.

Catch-22.
en] A catch-22 is a situation where conflicting rules make the desired outcome impossible.

Catch-22.
English phrase.

Catch-as-catch-can.
English phrase.

Catholic twins.
English phrase.

Catmeat.
English phrase.

Cat's claw.
English phrase.

Cat's Cradle.

Cats cradle.
English phrase.

Cat's cradle.
English phrase.

Cats don't catch mice to please God.

Cat's meow.
English phrase.

Cat's pajamas.
English phrase.

Cat's Paw.

Cat's pyjamas.
English phrase.

Catsup versus Ketchup.
en] Confusing Words

Cattle call.
English phrase.

Catty-corner, kitty-corner.

Caucus race.
English phrase.

Caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.
English phrase.

Caught between two stools.

Caught by the short hairs (or short and curlies).

Caught by the short hairs.

Caught in a cleft stick.

Caught in the Act.

Caught in the act.
English phrase.

Caught in the Crossfire.

Caught in the Middle.

Caught Off Guard.

Caught on the hop.
English phrase.

Caught red -handed.
English phrase.

Caught Red-Handed.

Caught red-handed.
en] To be seen doing something wrong or illegal.

Caught Up in Something.

Caught with one's hand in the cookie jar.
English phrase.

Caught with one's pants down.
English phrase.

Caught with your pants down.
en] To be caught with your pants down means to be noticed in an embarrassing position.

Caughten on it.
English phrase.

Cause a stir.
English phrase.

Cause Raised Eyebrows.

Causing a Commotion.

Caution - slippery when wet.
English phrase.

Cautiously Optimistic.

Cave in.
English phrase.

Caveat emptor.
English phrase.

Caveat lector.

Caveat lector.
English phrase.

Caviar to the general.
English phrase.

CAVOK.
English phrase.

CBA.
English phrase.

Cease and Desist.

Cease and desist.
English phrase.

Cease fire.
English phrase.

Cease to be.
English phrase.

Celerity is never more admired than by the negligent.
Shakespeare

Cement Something Together.

Cement together.
English phrase.

Censure Someone.

Center around or center on.

Center field.
English phrase.

Center of Attention.

Center on Something.

Center versus Centre.
en] Confusing Words

Central dogma.
English phrase.

Centre half.
English phrase.

Certainly Not!

Certificate of heritage.
English phrase.

Certificate versus Diploma versus Degree.
en] Confusing Words

C'est la vie.
English phrase.

Ceterum censeo.
English phrase.

Cha cha.
English phrase.

Chain reaction.
English phrase.

Chain up.
English phrase.

Chaise Lounge.

Chalk and Cheese.

Chalk and cheese.
English phrase.

Chalk off.
English phrase.

Chalk out.
English phrase.

Chalk up to.
English phrase.

Chalk up vs. chock.

Chalk up.
English phrase.

Chalkface.
English phrase.

Champ at the Bit.

Champ at the Bit.
English phrase.

Champagne taste on a beer budget.

Champagne taste on a beer budget.
English phrase.

Champing at the bit vs. chomping at the bit.

Chance upon.
English phrase.

Chance would be a fine thing.

Chance would be a fine thing.
English phrase.

Chance'd be a fine thing.
English phrase.

Chances are.
English phrase.

Change down.
English phrase.

Change hands.
English phrase.

Change Horses in Midstream.

Change horses in midstream.
English phrase.

Change of Heart.

Change of heart.
en] To have a change of heart means to change the way you fell about something or someone.

Change of heart.
English phrase.

Change of life.
English phrase.

Change of pace.
English phrase.

Change of tack.
English phrase.

Change of weather is the discourse of fools.

Change one's mind.
English phrase.

Change One's Tune.

Change one's tune.
English phrase.

Change over.
English phrase.

Change sides, change signs.
English phrase.

Change someone's mind.
English phrase.

Change tack.

Change the channel.
English phrase.

Change the game.
English phrase.

Change up.
English phrase.

Change your mind.
en] Decide differently or have a different opinion than before.

Changing of the Guard.

Channel Surfing.

Character assassination.
English phrase.

Character is greater than any career.

Charge down.
English phrase.

Charge nurse.
English phrase.

Charge off.
English phrase.

Charge up.
English phrase.

Charity begins at home.

Charity covers a multitude of sins.

Charity mugger.
English phrase.

Charley Horse versus Charlie Horse.
en] Confusing Words

Charley horse.

Charley horse.
en] A muscle cramp or spasm that usually occurs in the legs.

Charley horse.
English phrase.

Charm offensive.

Charm offensive.
English phrase.

Charm the Pants Off.

Charmed life.

Charmed life.
English phrase.

Chase a rainbow.
English phrase.

Chase after.
English phrase.

Chase away.
English phrase.

Chase back.
English phrase.

Chase down.
English phrase.

Chase off.
English phrase.

Chase one's tail.
English phrase.

Chase Rainbows.

Chase rainbows.
English phrase.

Chase tail.
English phrase.

Chase the dragon.
English phrase.

Chase up.
English phrase.

Chasing rainbows.
en] Trying to do something that can't be achieved.

Chasing tail.

Chat About Something.

Chat up.
English phrase.

Che sara sara.
English phrase.

Che sera sera.
English phrase.

Cheap as chips.
English phrase.

Cheap at half the price.

Cheap at half the price.
English phrase.

Cheap out.
English phrase.

Cheap Shot.

Cheap thrill.
English phrase.

Cheap-arse Tuesday.
English phrase.

Cheapen out.
English phrase.

Cheaper by the dozen.
English phrase.

Cheapside is the best garden.

Cheapskate.

Cheat at Something.

Cheat death.

Cheat on Something.

Cheat on.
English phrase.

Cheat out of.
English phrase.

Cheat out.
English phrase.

Cheat sheet.
English phrase.

Cheaters Never Prosper.

Cheaters never prosper.
English phrase.

Cheaters never win and winners never cheat.

Cheats never prosper.

Check and balance.
English phrase.

Check Back on Something.

Check Back with Someone.

Check in versus Check-in.
en] Confusing Words

Check in.
English phrase.

Check into.
English phrase.

Check is in the mail.
English phrase.

Check Luggage.

Check off.
English phrase.

Check Out of Somewhere.

Check out.
English phrase.

Check over.
English phrase.

Check That.

Check through.
English phrase.

Check up on Someone.

Check up on.
English phrase.

Check up.
English phrase.

Check your ego at the door!.
English phrase.

Check yourself before you wreck yourself.
English phrase.

Check, Please!

Checkered Career.

Checkout versus Check out.
en] Confusing Words

Checks and Balances.

Checks and balances.
English phrase.

Checkup versus Check up.
en] Confusing Words

Checkup.

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