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1. above board → ants in one’s pants

aboveboard → ants pantsaboveboard → ants pants

above board (honest and legal): If we do everything above board, we will have to pay tax on your earnings.

air one’s dirty laundry in public (discuss personal problems in public): I don’t want to air our dirty laundry in public.

all along (all the time): Do you think she has been cheating us all along?

an arm and a leg (a huge amount of money): This car cost me an arm and a leg.

ants in one’s pants (to be restless or unable to sit still):  

aboveboard ants pants (Click on the title to read more.)

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