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a fine kettle of fish

fine kettle of fish a fine kettle of fish (a real mess, a very difficult or awkward situation) That’s a fine kettle of fish. The traffic is starting to back up, and I have a flight to catch. Someone has eaten my dinner. This is a fine kettle of fish! …

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finger in every pie

finger in every pie a finger in every pie (involved in many different activities) Consult Evan before you make decision on investing, he has a finger in every pie. Samsung has a finger in every pie in the technology world.   finger in every pie – English Vocabulary

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a hard nut to crack

hard nut to crack a hard nut to crack (something that is difficult to do or understand) This problem is indeed a hard nut to crack. The fourth question in the exam was a hard nut to crack.   hard nut to crack – English Vocabulary

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a piece of cake

piece of cake a piece of cake (very easy) The driving test was a piece of cake. Climbing this mountain is a piece of cake for an experienced climber.   piece of cake – English Vocabulary

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apple of your eye

apple of your eye apple of your eye (someone you like the most) Her youngest daughter was the apple of her eye. Jacob is his only child and the apple of his eye.   apple of your eye – English Vocabulary

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