callous vs. callus

callous vs. callus callous (uncaring, unfeeling): She is callous about the safety of other people. callus (hard thickened area of skin): His hand were rough and also covered with calluses.   callous vs. callus – English Vocabulary

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be the brains behind

be the brains behind be the brains behind (someone who provides ideas and plans for an activity) Someone very clever must be the brains behind such an organized bank robbery. He was the brains behind the all operations. be the brains behind – English Vocabulary  

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beat your brains out

beat your brains out beat your brains out (think very hard about how to deal with a problem) I’ve been beating my brains out all week trying to find a solution. We have to beat our brains out to finish project on time. beat your brains out – English Vocabulary

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beat someone’s brains out

beat someone’s brains out beat someone’s brains out (hurt someone badly) If you come back again, I’ll beat your brains out. He fell from the cliff, and beat his brains out. beat someone’s brains out – English Vocabulary

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all brawn and no brains

all brawn and no brains all brawn and no brains (to be physically strong but not intelligent) John is a good football player, but he is all brawn and no brain. He has a good body, but he is the brawn, not the brains. all brawn and no brains – …

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