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  1. fed up; bored
  2. I'm in trouble
  3. divided up equally
  4. in the situation where one ran out of options or money
  5. left in a stranded situation
  6. courage inspired by drinking
  7. Everything. All of it
  8. (n) praise, honor, congratulations
  9. an illegal market in which goods or currencies are bought and sold in violation of rationing or controls
  10. if something can go wrong it will
  11. make my hair stand
  12. destitute, very poor
  13. warning
  14. It takes time to achieve great success
  15. if something or someone turns the corner, their situation starts to improve after a difficult period
  16. not when I'm in charge
  17. not having enough money to pay for necessities
  18. make a payment or hand over money
  19. to joke with someone
  20. to waste time trying to create something that someone else has already created
  21. An unaccountable sum of money available for questionable to corrupt purposes. "He...piled up an enormous 'slush fund' for a 'campaign of education.'..."
  22. by surprise, unexpectedly
  23. threw out the good stuff together with the bad stuff
  24. My humble opinion.
  25. a situation in which no one can emerge as a clear winner
  26. back to work
  27. sounds familiar
  28. ECONOMICAL; PENNY-PINCHING
  29. go away
  30. the economic stock market or financial market has collapsed
  31. exactly on time
  32. to work immediately very hard on something to make it successful
  33. to reveal one's true nature, often for the first time
  34. to be able to make enough money only for one's basic needs
  35. a comforting or hopeful aspect of an otherwise desperate or unhappy situation
  36. to refuse to take responsibility
  37. Insulting or intended to insult
  38. follow what everyone does
  39. average, ordinary
  40. obligation free
  41. something acquired without effort or payment or obligation
  42. to leave quickly in order to avoid danger or trouble
  43. proceeding in a good way; going in the right direction
  44. cheer up
  45. the bad guys
  46. going for it
  47. (n) a person who is helpless or incapable of functioning normally
  48. unable to speak
  49. that's troubling you
  50. with an uncertain result
  51. completely, all the way
  52. you help me and I will help you
  53. close call; just got by
  54. a rough estimate
  55. too good for you
  56. many different ways of doing something.
  57. a sense of hope in a hopeless situation
  58. extortion of money by threats to divulge discrediting information
  59. US government
  60. empty flattery; an insincere compliment
  61. it has failed completely
  62. the one in control of the budget and spending
  63. the difficulty or danger is in the detail
  64. Mean to endure a painful, unpleasant situation courageously. To face up to adversity.
  65. something that will never be permitted
  66. fooling around and not being serious
  67. firmly established, invariable (rules and regulations)
  68. a symbol of high quality
  69. important details
  70. wearing your best clothes
  71. wait a minute
  72. knowing the procedure
  73. completely ordinary, without anything special added
  74. a defenseless victim
  75. A person still in power but has on influence and no future
  76. to take foolish and dangerous risks
  77. tell me honestly
  78. you can't judge something good or bad until you try it....or try it and you will see the result.
  79. speak about someone, and just after that they arrive
  80. surprised; shocked
  81. stand up to the challenge
  82. anything that come unexpectedly
  83. understand the hidden meaning
  84. someone or a team expected to lose, not supposed to win
  85. miser; stingy person
  86. you establish a limit beyond which things will be unacceptable.
  87. give up
  88. good enough
  89. to die
  90. stop working for the day; turn in for the night
  91. a rascal
  92. an informant who exposes wrongdoing within an organization in the hope of stopping it
  93. Keep me informed and up-to-date
  94. improvise
  95. many different ways of doing something
  96. Distant, reserved in manner; uninvolved; hard to approached
  97. get something to eat
  98. thank you so much
  99. so tired that one could sleep anywhere
  100. people or things that have become useless or unnecessary
  101. "think about something before making a decision"
  102. beyond my responsibility
  103. informally, gossip
  104. to suffer a defeat
  105. It is clear what you are feeling
  106. In a very difficult situation of little options
  107. If you give or show someone the cold shoulder, you are deliberately unfriendly and unco-operative towards them.
  108. testing it out
  109. splitting the costs
  110. to stop doing one really love all together
  111. totally forgotten
  112. victim of a con and as a result, lost most of your money
  1. a scraping the barrel
  2. b What's Eating You?
  3. c Pull someone's leg
  4. d heads up
  5. e lame duck
  6. f Goose bumps
  7. g holding the purse strings
  8. h Call it a day
  9. i Over My Dead Body
  10. j Totally Slipped My Mind
  11. k my Two Cents
  12. l the proof is in the pudding
  13. m Play it by ear
  14. n down and out
  15. o Mexican standoff
  16. p make ends meet
  17. q Speak of the devil
  18. r on the dot
  19. s run of the mill
  20. t step up to the plate
  21. u browned off
  22. v skinflint
  23. w Take a Hike
  24. x hallmark
  25. y on the grapevine
  26. z blackmail
  27. aa under dog
  28. ab threw out the baby with the bathwater
  29. ac throw a curve ball
  30. ad true colours
  31. ae Rome wasn't build in a day
  32. af even stevens
  33. ag Go with the flow
  34. ah the devil is in the detail
  35. ai hard and fast
  36. aj many way to skin a cat
  37. ak Cat Got Your Tongue
  38. al bite the dust
  39. am The bubble has burst
  40. an son of a gun
  41. ao throw one's hat into the ring
  42. ap Grab a bite
  43. aq sitting duck
  44. ar gone south
  45. as kudos
  46. at slush fund
  47. au All roads lead to Rome
  48. av free lunch
  49. aw Rings a bell
  50. ax on the right track
  51. ay cut and run
  52. az silver lining
  53. ba turn the corner
  54. bb stump up a payment
  55. bc throw in the towel
  56. bd axis of evil
  57. be Dressed up to the nines
  58. bf bite the bullet
  59. bg play Russian roulette
  60. bh ballpark figure
  61. bi cold shoulder
  62. bj the whole nine yards
  63. bk I'm Hosed
  64. bl kick the bucket
  65. bm Read between the lines
  66. bn Give It to Me Straight
  67. bo dead wood; dead weight
  68. bp not on my watch
  69. bq Sleep on it
  70. br taken aback
  71. bs I Can't Thank You Enough
  72. bt out of your league
  73. bu reinvent the wheel
  74. bv Dutch courage
  75. bw hard up
  76. bx whistle blower
  77. by written all over your face
  78. bz uncle sam
  79. ca out of the blue
  80. cb frugal
  81. cc sleep on a clothes line
  82. cd draw a line in the sand
  83. ce you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours
  84. cf monkey business
  85. cg to know / learn the ropes
  86. ch hook line and sinker
  87. ci up to the mark
  88. cj light in the tunnel
  89. ck Lighten Up
  90. cl hanging by a thread
  91. cm Keep Me in the Loop
  92. cn a French compliment
  93. co No Strings Attached
  94. cp derogatory
  95. cq cold turkey
  96. cr murphy's law
  97. cs left high and dry
  98. ct going Dutch
  99. cu touch and go
  100. cv nitty gritty
  101. cw black market
  102. cx Back to the grind
  103. cy basket case
  104. cz taken to the cleaners
  105. da aloof
  106. db kicking tyres
  107. dc hit the ground running
  108. dd above my pay grade
  109. de catch 22
  110. df pass the buck
  111. dg bog standard
  112. dh hold your horses