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a bone to pick with

a bone to pick with a bone to pick with (a disagreement to discuss with) I have a bone to pick with him, because he was really messy and never cleaned up. I’ve got a bone to pick with you. Why are you so late every day?   a bone …

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a bite to eat

bite to eat a bite to eat (a small meal, something to eat) I’ll pull off at the next stop to grab a bite to eat. Let’s have a bite to eat before we go out.   bite to eat – English Vocabulary

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a bite of the cherry

bite of the cherry a bite of the cherry British & Australian (an opportunity that isn’t available to everyone) If Lucy hear about this new profitable investment; she definitely wants a bite of the cherry. Don’t worry, if you work hard, you can get another bite at the cherry next …

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a banana republic

banana republic a banana republic (a poor country with a weak or dishonest government) Years of war change our country into a banana republic. One day, this widespread corruption will turn the country into a banana republic.   banana republic – English Vocabulary

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a bad egg

bad egg a bad egg (a dishonest or unreliable person) Don’t trust him, he is a bad egg. William seems like a bad egg, but he is not.   bad egg – English Vocabulary

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