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8. air your dirty laundry in public → all at once

air your dirty laundry in public → all at onceair your dirty laundry in public → all at once

air your dirty laundry in public (discuss personal issues in public): Stop it Mia, I don’t want to air our dirty laundry in public.

air your grievances (complain publicly): The meeting is a chance to air your grievances about the organization.

alive and kicking (alive and healthy or active): His grandmother is still alive and kicking.

alive and kicking (still exist or is popular): Many of the old traditions are still alive and kicking.

all and sundry (every person, everyone): I don’t want you talking about my personal problems to all and sundry.

along (during the whole time): I knew all along that he was not a real policeman.

all at once (suddenly or unexpectedly): All at once the lights went out.

all at once (at the same time): It’s difficult to deal with so many problems all at once.

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