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über etwas schwitzen abgeschmackter Witz Blut schwitzen Blut und Wasser schwitzen Das hat mir ein Vöglein gezwitschert Das ist ja ein Witz! Das ist kein Witz! Das soll wohl ein Witz sein! Das sollte ein Witz sein Der ist zu blöd für deine Witze Der Witz ging auf meine Kosten Der Witz ist gut! Die Promenade hier soll wohl ein Witz sein Die twittert schon mal nicht die Witze lassen Diese Entschuldigung/dieser Witz ist uralt! Doch still! Mich dünkt, ich wittre Morgenluft. dreckige Witze erzählen Du machst wohl Witze! Du wirst das Problem nicht lösen, indem Du Witze reißt durchgeschwitzt sein ein abgedroschener Witz einen Witz reißen einen Witz verstehen einige witzige Dinge von sich geben Es gibt keine linken oder rechten Witze, es gibt nur gute oder schlechte ganz verschwitzt sein geheimnisumwittert Gewitter ohne Regen ist ohne Segen Gibt es politischen Witz ohne Mut? Ich hatte ’nen Traum - ’s geht über Menschenwitz, zu sagen, was es für ein Traum war. De... Ich komme heute nicht zum Twittern ins Schwitzen kommen irgendein Witzbold jemand der sich für keinen Witz zu schade ist jemanden im Schwitzkästchen haben Mach keine Witze Machst du Witze? mit beißendem Witz Polenwitze rumwitzeln schmutziger Witz schwitzen Sehr witzig! Wer hat meine Schlüssel versteckt? Sie machen wohl Witze! So jung und schon Witwe! Twitter ist nicht immer toll Was war denn Ihr schlechtester Witz? wegen etwas ins Schwitzen kommen Witwenstand, der Witz für Eingeweihte Witz mit Bart Witz, der Witzbold Witze reißen witzelnd

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wit - Englische PhrasenWit - Englische Redewendungen

a chap with a big head a distinction without difference a flash of wit A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step a little rift within the lute A man can be happy with any woman, as long as he does not love her. a man to be reckoned with a meadow gay with flowers A mill cannot grind with the water that is past A monkey with a tin tool a name to conjure with A photo album filled with pictures of family and friends can serve as a comfy reminder of home while transitio... A prophet is not without honor save in his own country! a relationship with no strings attached a room with a child’s bed a room with bath and shower Abide with me! absence without leave Advent wreath with four candles After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap-suds after the period has lapsed without success alive with All I do know is that life cannot be understood without much charity, cannot be lived without much charity. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God mo... And the same to you with knobs on! and, when he shall die, // Take him and cut him out in little starres, // And he will make the Face of heaven ... Any preoccupation with ideas of what is right or wrong in conduct shows an arrested intellectual development. Anybody can sympathise with the sufferings of a friend, but it requires a very fine nature […] to sympathise w... anyone with ears in his head anyone with half a brain Anyone with that sort of media empire at their disposal must be a powerful man indeed Anything that has not been sold by book-shops within four to six weeks is already returned Appetite comes with eating Are you with me? As with every young player, he’s only 18. at my wits’ end at right angles with At the same time I simply fell in love with Cologne At the same time the towns began to dispose of their wastewater via the sewage system, with the raw effluent f... At the university, we occupy ourselves very intensively with non-visual spatial experiences at wit’s end Away with you! Banks are in no way concerned with social issues be at one with someone be at one’s wits ends Be careful with the glasses be faced with Be frank with me be sparing with one’s praise Bear with me! Better an end with terror than terror without an end bitten with enthusiasm blessed with worldly goods blind with rage Bonn has been struggling with a fundamental structural change - successfully born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth Brevity is the soul of wit brush with death brush with the law By/In comparison with the French, the British eat far less fish caked with mud and wet Can I take this with me? Cardinal Meisner’s spontaneous singing performance with the band Die Höhner at the ’Eucharist... cash with order Chuck Norris plays russian roulette with a fully loded revolver ... and wins. coffee doesn’t agree with her Comparison with other countries is extremely interesting Could I have a word with you? Could you lend me a hand with the packing, please? Could you supply me with a warm blanket? Credit us with the proceeds cross-border financing within groups crowned with success Customer service is a [huge] priority with us Dance is Esperanto with your entire body Dance with the one who brought you! Darling, don’t you have a stop button? Deal with him kindly decorated with a medal decorated with floral ornaments decorated with flowers dimwit distinction without a difference distract with pain Do it with a clear conscience Do it without delay Do you come with the suite? Do you want to go out with me? Don’t be cross with me any more / any longer Don’t be cross with me! Don’t do the macho on me Don’t get arsey [with me]! Don’t get smart with me! Don’t run away with the idea! Don’t touch me with your dick beaters! Down with the dust! Each man kills the thing he loves // […] The coward does it with a kiss, // The brave man with a sword! Even our women’s national team often trains together with men Every man of ambition has to fight his century with its own weapons. Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter. Everyday life can no longer be imagined without the mobile phone Everything ok with you? filthy with money following consultation with For orders within the next five weeks we grant an early-order discount of 15 Frequent errors detract from clarity within the text full of wit General enquiries are dealt with by our head office General Motors is going ahead with its housecleaning. Today at the U.S. automaker the massive layoffs of skill... Get along with you! Get away with you! get in touch with Get lost / sod off! Get on with it! Glass! Handle with care! Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; as it was in the beginning, is now and ever sha... Go along with him Go along with him! Go along [with you]! God be with you! Good resolutions are useless attempts to interfere with scientific laws. green with envy green with fear Handle with care hard to deal with Have you got a single double room with bath shower He accepted the job, albeit with some hesitation He agreed with me He asked to be allowed to withdraw He begged to come with us He came within a whisker of getting fired He can’t compare with you He cannot compare with you He fell in love with her He fell in with some drug addicts He gets along well with his brother He gets away with everything He got into another fight with his wife about money He got off with a slap on the wrist He has a lot of experience of dealing with the media He heard the bad news without batting an eyelid He holds/has a special place within the family He is a horseman with a vengeance He is a man with good expertise and good media skills He is concerned with earthly things He is flirting with the undertaker He is near with his money He is on a par with He is riddled with debts He is very careful with his money He is willing to be reasoned with He is within a whisker of achieving it He is within an ace He reckoned without his host He rose with the lark He scared me out of my wits He stifled his victim with a pillow He That Is Without Sin Among You, Let Him First Cast a Stone He that would the daughter win must with the mother first begin He was attacked with a barrage of questions He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth He was caught with his pants down He was extremely annoyed with himself about ... He was faced with ruin He was fed up with his wife’s cooking and went to a good restaurant He was racked by/with doubts over whether his decision was right He was suspended with immediate effect He went to the bar and celebrated up a storm with his buddies He won us over with his great offensive play He wrote a novel with a kick He’s at odds with his friend He’s beside himself with rage He’s not a man to meddle with He’s not an easy man to deal with He’s not very trustworthy. So you’d better take what he says with a grain of salt He’s splitting his sides with laughter He’s with Ford Hearing a person as a witness in support of his own case is problematic Hence with it Her eyes were filled with tears Herewith we enclose ... Herewith we send you ... His death left her with financial problems His eyes were shining/sparkling with joy His eyes were wet with tears His preoccupation with his work left little time for his familiy Home-keeping youth have ever homely wits. How can you get anything done with people like that? How fond women are of doing dangerous things! […] It is one of the qualities in them that I admire most. A wom... How goes the world with you? However this figure is turned or twisted, the dilemma remains the same with all the attributions: ’What ... I agree with that I always pass on good advice. It is the only thing to do with it. I am at my wit’s end! I am in a duel to the death with this wallpaper, one of us has got to go. I am leaving my daughter with my parents I became familiar with him I bombed out with her I can do it with my eyes closed I can do without that! I can sympathise with everything, except suffering. I can’t cope [with it] any longer I can’t do anything with it I can’t envisage him coping with this job I can’t live without you I can’t see anything wrong with it I cannot deal with this I could do with a cup of tea now I could do with a drink I could do with the money I don’t hold with that I don’t know where I stand with him I don’t want to see him again, I’ve done with him I doubt that the game will ever catch on with elder people I had nothing to do with it I had taken an umbrella with me. It stood me in good stead when the rain began to pour down I have a bone to pick with you I have a contract phone with E-Plus/T-Mobile/O2 I have an appointment at 3 o’clock with I have had a dream, past the wit of man to say what dream it was. Man is but an ass if he go about to expound ... I have no concern with him I have to settle a score with him I have witnesses who can verify that I was actually there I hereby revoke this power of attorney with immediate effect I hope you’ll be with us for a long time yet I just have to come face to face with the fact that I am not gifted I killed two birds with one stone I like persons better than principles, and I like persons with no principles better than anything else in the ... I must have my wits about me I never quarrel with actions. My one quarrel is with words. I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train. I quite agree with you I responded with an open challenge to him to prove the opposite I see where you’re going with this I shook my sides with laughter I should like to have a little talk with you I spy with my little eye, something beginning with ... I think I’m even with him now I want to come clean with you I was caught with my pants down I was only listening with half an ear I was within an ace of falling I wiped the floor with him I won’t put up with it I won’t put up with your bad behavior I won’t put up with your bad behavior! I won’t put up with that I won’t put up with that! I would call criticism a creation within a creation. I would there were no age betweene ten and three and twenty, or that youth would sleep out the rest: for there... I wouldn’t even clean the floor with this muck - call this a whiskey? I wouldn’t touch him/it with a bargepole! I wouldn’t touch it with a barge pole I wouldn’t touch you with a barge pole I’d like to speak with Mrs Smith I’ll be leaving my cats with my parents for those three days I’ll go along with that I’ll stay with the children I’ll tell him where to get off with that stuff I’m afraid I couldn’t go along with that I’m bursting with curiosity I’m fed up with it I’m fed up with strikes I’m fed up with you I’m fed up with your eternal whining I’m fine with it I’m in love with her I’m on good terms with him I’m out of favor with her I’m sorry, I can’t go along with you I’m still in love with you I’ve finished with you I’ve had continual problems with this car ever since I bought it I’ve no time for twitter today I’ve passed my examination. So come along with me. I’ll stand you all treat! If we don’t sell the car soon, we’ll be stuck with it If you are not in receipt of a questionnaire but would like to complete one, please get in touch with us If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas If you lie down with dogs, you’ll get up with fleas If you tremble with indignation at every injustice, then you are a comrade of mine If you’re not with us, you’re against us In 2003, the association, which had four shareholders, attained the legal status of a company with limited lia... in accordance with in accordance with local custom in collaboration with many experts in conformity with the contract In no time each package is labeled with your own company logo and address In North Rhine-Westphalia we sit down with the Muslim organizations and discuss the curriculum in parallel with In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness ... In the wild struggle for existence, we want to have something that endures, and so we fill our minds with rubb... inflamed with rage Intersection with right of way from the right Is anything wrong with you? Is political humour possible without a good measure of courage? It beats me how he managed to survive for four days without drinking water It clashes horribly with her dress It goes without saying It goes/comes with the territory It has been a privilege to work with you It has very little to do with this It is also the same with me It is always painful to part from people whom one has known for a very brief space of time. The absence of old... It is said, not without reason, that football is the Germans’ mostloved sport It is the people who don’t know how to play with it [fire] who get burned up. It is the same with me, too It is well-nigh time you come out with the truth It is with great regret that we learn ... It is yes and nay with him It lies with you to do it It rests with you It switches itself off It was a pleasure to work with you It was without question the highlight of the trip it’s a cake of lies with bullshit icing It’s all right with me It’s best not to tangle with him It’s got nothing to do with you! It’s no end of trouble with him It’s over/It’s over with It’s pouring with rain It’s too bad you weren’t able to come with us. You really missed out! It’s too loud at this concert without earplugs It’s within my grasp It’s within walking distance Jealousy goes with glory Johann Bernhard Bach had several things in common with his cousin Johann Sebastian: nearly the same dates and ... join forces with someone Just a word with you, Peter! keep in touch with Keep in touch with the market keep one’s wits about one keep pace with Lübeck is dotted with well-preserved gabled houses decorated with clinker brick laced with brandy Lady you’re a real pain Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and, you weep alone leave word with someone Let me, if not by birth, have lands by wit: All with me’s meet that I can fashion fit. Let’s get it over with! Let’s get on with it Lies soon catch up with one Likewise with me Little or nothing connects left-wing terrorism with the religious fundamentalist-style terrorism we are faced ... lose touch with losses to be reckoned with matching payment with delivery matching payment with physical delivery May I have a word with you? May you live lucky and healthy a hundred years, but with one extra year to repent May you live to be a hundred years, With one extra year to repent. To that I raise my glass - Cheers! May you live to be a hundred years, With one extra year to repent. To that I raise my glass: Cheers! meet with an accident Memory […] is the diary that we all carry about with us. Modern/Today’s cars have/are equipped with headrests Money is no object with him money withdrawn from circulation More matter, with less art. More targeted browsing can be done with the many specialized search services must correspond with the description My appeals met with no response My brother faces/is faced with/is facing the biggest challenge of this career My child is shy with strangers My ears were still resounding with the noise My first association with this word is the novel of the same title nit/nitwit Nitroglycerine should be treated with respect No one will admit they had anything to do with it. no rose without a thorn No smoke without a fire no smoke without a fire No sweet without sweat No, without a doubt Frankfurt is no metropolis No/Without fixed abode Nought’s had, all’s spent, // Where our desire is got without content. Now, the value of an idea has nothing whatsoever to do with the sincerity of the man who expresses it. now, with the benefit of hindsight O serpent heart, hid with a flowring face! // Did ever dragon keepe so faire a cave? Off with his head! Off with you! Often enough, however, these well-intended pictures fail to grapple with the actual problems Old birds cannot be caught with chaff On places two and three came the USA and Great Britain , followed by Switzerland, Italy and France On with the show! One has to take a hard line with him One is tempted to define man as a rational animal who always loses his temper when he is called upon to act in... One must endure without losing tenderness One pizza with the whole works, please One reason for his success is that he approaches everything he does with gusto One should leave off with an appetite One should sympathise with the joy, the beauty, the colour of life. The less said about life’s sores the... one-room, 20 sq. m. apartment, older construction, with kitchen - 250 euro Our production cannot cope with the demand Our products meet with a ready market out of touch with reality Out with it! payment will be made by transfer within 12 days after receipt of goods pending with a court Peter could not help but agree with him. Peter is content with little plastered with mud Please bear with me Please book in conformity with our instructions Please communicate with us Please debit my account with your expenses Please get in touch with our secretary, Mrs Barnes. Please note that our prices are subject to change without notice Please reply without delay/ by return of post Poverty is directly linked to/with certain health problems Prices are subject to change without notice. prophet without honor in its own land railway/railroad crossing with gates ready wit riddled with anxiety riddled with bullets riddled with cancer/corruption riddled with holes ride without a ticket rife with speculation rolling with the dice Safety is a [huge] priority with us Say it with flowers Science can never grapple with the irrational. That is why it has no future before it, in this world. sharp wit She acted with firmnes She cheated on him with the neighbour She confessed she’d been having an affair with a woman in her office She could do with losing a few pounds She did likewise with me She got into hot water with her parents She had not had an affair with anyone in quite a long time She has a way of getting on with children She is a deft hand with a needle She is cross with him She is issued with documents She lets those children get away with murder She refused to let him ensnare her with his charm She sought, if without much success, a social policy She stood with her hands on her hips She surrounded herself with sycophants She wanted to slim with a vengeance She was choked with emotion She was choking with anger She was received with cheers She was so choked with emotion that she couldn’t speak She wouldn’t have the slightest truck with these people She’s bursting with curiosity She’s obviously not on twitter She’s staying in a luxury hotel with a view of the ocean She’s staying with me Shouldn’t you be in bed by now, you midget? Show it to her and you’ll have her in stitches / rolling on the floor with laughter / and it will leave ... some wit Somebody has to do without, I’m afraid Spare me the drivel Stop hitting on me, you dickhead subject to change without notice Subject to change without notice Take it with a pinch of salt! Take your filthy hand off me now! tea with a lacing of rum Telling such lies goes against the grain with me Thank you for placing your order with us That cuts no ice with me That doesn’t agree with me That goes without saying That has nothing to do with it That is a sore point with him That won’t wash with me! That’s fine by/with me! That’s not in keeping with his position That’s over and done with The air was abuzz with military helicopters the amazing juxtaposition of the ultra-modern with the traditional The animal was electrocuted when it came in contact with the bare wires The bad Popes loved Beauty, almost as passionately, nay, with as much passion as the good Popes hated Thought. The book begins with a quotation from Goethe The book deals with World War II the cash can be withdrawn The ceremony concluded with the recital of an apropos poem The city provides the scholar with a studio apartment for one year rent-free The country is faced with serious difficulties The defendant with his counsel for defence The distrust of wit is the beginning of tyranny The DJ must be having a laugh with this rubbish The documentation of the incident is filled with inaccuracies The dog was already racked by/with the pains of old age The Dutch and the Italians have complained about the same problems. The organizing committee is haggling with ... The front-runner within the EU is France, followed by Sweden and Spain The gangsters riddled the car with bullets The girls and boys learn very quickly and with great enthusiasm The goods come with a two-year guarantee. The heck with it! The intruders were disturbed and fled without stealing anything/taking any property The latest findings of the police bear witness to his innocence The Lord be with you The medicament was developed to treat patients with renal insufficiency The modern sofa jars with the antique furniture The neighbours cannot be expected to put up with this noise The next thing when she waking lookes upon, Be it on Lyon, Beare, or Wolfe, or Bull, On medling Monkey, or on ... The police reasoned with the hijackers to at least let the children go free The prejudiced party can reasonably be satisfied with pecuniary compensation The problem could be recognized only with difficulty The responsibility rests with you The road to hell is paved with good intentions The room hasn’t got internet access so we’ll have to do without The room was littered with discarded magazines The Ruhr area has been struggling with a fundamental structural change - successfully the seller contracts with the insurer The speech closes with a remark The state is not abolished, it withers away The streets are paved with gold The student knew what sort of answer went down well with the professor The suggestion didn’t go down very well with our boss The things you get away with! The trouble with referees is that they know the rules, but they do not know the game. the wherewithal The whiff of danger filled me with excitement The woman lived on good terms with her neighbours The youngest won’t miss out on the fun with a bouncy castle and art and crafts activities Their marriage is finished. It’s all over and done with Then the particles were measured with the help of laser particle device There followed collaboration with successful firms in England, Germany and Sweden There is no dealing with him There is no pleasure without pain There is no reasoning with a drunk There is only one thing worse than Injustice, and that is Justice without her sword in her hand. When Right is... There was one thing they/you hadn’t reckoned with There was wine with the meal there’s something very wrong with it Therefore it is of importance to begin with short exercises and not to exaggerate They are all tarred with the same brush They cornered the politician with questions about the coalition negotiations They do this not only at the local level but also within the European Union They fill the room with chairs. They say I slept with seven Miss Worlds but I didn’t. It was only four. I didn’t turn up for the o... They sympathize with him Things are at a low ebb with him Things go ill with him This can only mean two things, to wit: that he lied, or that he is wrong This drawing is held without legal prejudice This event wouldn’t have been possible without the encouragement and support of the municipal authoritie... This German foundation is wholly dedicated to promoting dialogue within Eastern Europe and between Eastern and... This is possible with him This is punctuality with a vengeance This is the type of stupid remark I can do without This would be in accordance with the intentions of the deceased Those who find ugly meanings in beautiful things are corrupt without being charming. This is a fault. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies Thou anointest my head with oil my cup runnet... Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour tie that goes well with the shirt Time to close/go, with love from Rose/Joe times without number to accept something without a word of protest to accept something without criticism to accept with alacrity to adorn oneself with borrowed plumes to adorn with flowers to affiliate oneself with a society to appear without warning to bandy words with someone to be a hit/make a hit with someone to be able to cope with a heavy workload to be able to do something with one’s eyes closed to be able to do what one likes with one’s time to be acquainted with Henry Miller to be asleep at the switch/wheel to be at home with someone/something to be at loggerheads with someone to be at odds with oneself to be at odds with someone/something to be at one with the world to be at one’s wits end to be beside oneself with joy to be big with child to be born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth to be born within the sound of Bow Bells to be brief with somebody to be caught with one’s pants down to be charged with attempted murder to be charged with murder to be chummy with someone to be consumed with envy/hate to be cross with someone to be crowned with success to be devoured with curiosity to be disgusted with life to be distracted with pain to be down with influenza to be dripping with money/wealth/jewellery to be drunk with joy to be easy to get along with to be economical with the truth to be engaged with to be faced with a riddle to be faced with ruin to be fed up with to be fed up with someone/something to be fed up with the whole shebang to be flirting with the undertaker to be foaming with rage to be going steady with to be good with the patter to be green with envy to be hacked off with someone to be hand and glove/hand in glove with someone To be hoist with one’s own petard to be humming with activity to be ill with jealousy to be in accord with something to be in accordance with to be in arrears with one’s payments to be in bad with someone to be in cahoots/cohorts/collusion with someone to be in conflict with someone to be in deep with someone to be in disagreement with someone to be in keeping with to be in keeping with the proprieties to be in keeping with the rules to be in league with the devil to be in line with something to be in love with to be in negotiation with someone to be in over your head with debt to be in time with something to be in tune with someone/something to be kept with one’s nose to the grindstone to be laid up with to be level with to be lousy with cash to be lumbered with someone/something to be mad with joy to be matey with someone to be nowhere near on a par with someone to be numb with fear/grief to be offhand with someone to be on a par with to be on familiar terms with someone to be on friendly terms with someone to be on good terms with somebody to be out of line with something to be out of patience with someone to be out of touch with the real world to be out of touch with things to be out of tune with someone/something to be pally with someone to be peppered with to be petrified with horror to be pouring with rain to be pregnant with meaning to be prostrate with grief to be puffed up with pride to be racked with pain/by remorse to be ready with a helping hand to be ready with an excuse to be saddled with someone/something to be saluted with admiring looks to be scared witless to be sent off with a flea in one’s ear to be short with someone to be shy with strangers to be sick with worry to be snowed under with/in something to be soft with/on someone to be square with someone to be stiff with cold to be struck dumb with astonishment to be stuck with someone/something to be swamped with something to be sweet with to be swollen with pride to be taken with someone/something to be tight-fisted/tight-assed/tight with one’s money to be with child to be within someone’s grasp to be within spitting distance of a place to be within the bounds/realms of possibility to be without bias to be/come within an ace of winning to beam with joy to bear witness to something To begin with he’s too old to bend double with laughter/pain to blow with a cane to boil with rage to brim with to bristle with to carry on with someone to cast in one’s lot with to catch someone with his pants down to catch up with to celebrate with a drink to celebrate within the family circle to celebrate within the family circle / with one’s close friends to check with someone to chum up with someone to clear something with someone to clink glasses with someone to combine business with pleasure to come along with to come down with to come face to face with death to come into collision with someone to come into conflict with someone to come level with to come off with flying colors to come off with honor to come out with something to come out with the truth to come to grips with something to come to loggerheads with to come to terms with to come to terms with oneself to come to terms with something to come up with an idea to come up with something to come up with something just like that to come with baggage to come within an inch of bankruptcy to compete head to head with someone to comply with a demand to comply with a request to compound with one’s creditors to contract a friendship with someone to converse with oneself to cope with a problem to cope with a situation to cope with a task to crawl with to credit someone with something to credit something with something to cross swords with someone to curl up with a good book to curry favour with someone to cut ice with someone to cut no ice with someone to cut off with a shilling to deal fairly with one’s customers to deal fairly with someone to deal with a matter to deal with great care to deal with only one subject to deliver within the agreed time to devour someone with one’s eyes to dice with death to dice with death/danger to dice with deathdanger to die with thirst to die without issue to dine with Duke Humphrey to do away with to do something with a good grace to do something with ease to do without to do without something to draw level with to drive with one’s foot down to the floor to drug oneself up to the eyeballs with something to escape with one’s life to face with fait accompli to faff around with something to fall behind with something to fall from grace with someone to fall in love with to fall in with someone to fall out with someone to fall out [with] to fall violently in love [with somebody] to fall within someone’s power to feel at ease with someone/something to feel empathy with someone to feel sated with to feel with to fight fire with fire to fight with windmills to fill with bitterness to fill with enthusiasm to fill with hatred to fill with indignation to fill with smoke to find fault with to find fault with everything/someone to find favor with someone to finish with someone to fit in with to fix someone up with something to float with the current to float with the tide to foam with rage to fob someone off with promises to fob someone off with something/to fob something off on someone to follow through with something to freeze someone with a look to freeze with respect to gamble with something to get acquainted with to get along with someone to get away with everything/murder to get away with something to get behind with one’s work to get caught with one’s hands in the cookie jar to get in touch with to get it over with to get off with a slap on the wrist to get off with someone to get on with people to get on with somebody like a house on fire To get shirty with somebody to get shirty with somebody to get something over with to get square with someone To get to grips with something to get/come to grips with something to girdle oneself with courage to go along with to go along with someone to go along with something to go around with to go down with all flags flying to go down with flu/pneumonia to go green with envy to go hand in hand with something to go into a huddle with oneself to go off without a hitch to go on with something to go out of one’s mind with worry to go out with someone to go shares with someone to go through something with a fine-tooth comb to go through with something to go to town on/with something to go with a bang to go with someone to go with the flow to go without saying to grimace with pain to handle something without gloves to handle with care to hang out with someone to have a bone to pick with somebody to have a bone to pick with someone to have a crow to pick/pluck with someone to have a nodding acquaintance with someone to have a quick wit to have a roll in the hay with someone to have a row with someone to have a run-in with someone to have a score to settle with somebody to have a tough time of it with something to have a way with someone to have a way with words to have a word with someone to have an axe to grind with someone to have appeal with someone to have been laid low with the flu to have done with someone to have got one’s hands full with someone to have it away with someone to have it off with someone to have it out with someone to have lost touch with someone to have no concern with to have no patience with someone/something to have no truck with someone/something to have not exactly covered oneself with glory to have one’s wits about one to have one’s wits about oneself to have score to settle with someone to have something going on with somebody to have the right touch with someone/something to have to do with to have to learn to do without to have within reach to hear a witness To hell with to help with words and deeds to hit someone in the teeth with something to hook up with someone to join hands with to join hands with someone to juggle a job and/with a family to jump in with both feet to keep abreast with to keep pace with to keep something with someone to keep step with to keep up with someone/something to keep up with the Joneses to keep up with the time to keep up with the times to keep within to keep within a limit to keep within bounds to keep within compass to kill someone with kindness to kill two birds with one stone to knock about/around with to land someone with something to lark about with something to lay something on with a trowel to learn to do without to leave word with someone to let fly with one’s fists to let someone off with a fine to link arms with to live by one’s wits to live in close touch with nature to live within one’s income to live without a thought for tomorrow to lose favor with someone to lumber oneself with someone/something to make a score with someone to make do with something to make ducks and drakes with one’s money to make it with Miss palm to make it with someone to make off with something to make oneself familiar with to make out with someone to make up with to match one’s wits against someone to meddle with something to meet somebody with a snub to meet up with to meet with a disappointment to meet with a refusal to meet with an accident to meet with success to mess about with someone to mess about with something to mess around with somebody to mingle with people to mix business with pleasure to mix someone/something with to mix well with someone to monkey about with something to move with the times to muck around with somebody to needle someone with questions to not be on speaking terms with someone to not be playing with a full deck to only listen with half an ear to ooze with charm to overwhelm with wonder to pal up with someone to part company with someone to part with something to pass an exam with flying colors to pay with one’s life to pester with questions to pick a fight/quarrel with someone to pick a quarrel with to pick up with someone to pierce with a pin to place money with a bank to play a cat-and-mouse game with someone to play along with a suggestion to play along with someone to play around with an idea to play around with someone to play around with someone’s feelings to play around with something to play fast and loose with to play games with someone to play havoc with to play hell with something to play mind games with someone to play the devil with someone to play with fire to play/wreak havoc with something to promote children’s abilities with music to provide with food to push somebody out of favour with the boss to put on a level with to put oneself on a parallel with someone to put someone out of conceit witht the day To put someone to bed with a pickaxe and shovel to put up with to put up with everything to quake with cold/fear to quarrel with one’s bread-and-butter to quarrel with somebody to raise the roof with anger to raise the roof with approval to rap with someone to reckon without one’s host to rise with the sun to roll with the punches to rub oneself with sun cream to rub shoulders/elbows with someone to rule with an iron fist/an iron hand/a rod iron to run away with the idea/impression, that ... to run off with someone to run with the ball to run with the hare and hunt with the hounds to run with the pack to rush headlong into disaster with one’s eyes wide open to saddle oneself with someone/something to saddle oneself with something to say it with flowers to scare someone out of his wits to score a hit with someone to see eye to eye with to see something with half an eye to see with half an eye to send someone off with a flea in his ear to shake with cold to shake with laughter to share a birthday with someone to shout with laughter to show off with something to show one’s solidarity with someone to slink off with one’s tail between one’s legs to sparkle with wit to speak with a conscious air to speak with a sweet tongue to speak with fire to square something with one’s conscience to square with something to start a quarrel with to start off with to start with a bang to stay with it to sup with the devil to swell with pride to switch one’s mobile phone to silent to take a firm/strong line with someone to take counsel with one’s pillow to take something with a grain of salt to take the bad with the good to take the bitter with the sweet to take the rough with the smooth to take with a pinch of salt to talk with the tongues of angels to tally with something to tamper with something to tangle with someone to team up with someone to temper justice with mercy To those who are preoccupied with the beauty of form nothing else seems of much importance. to throw in one’s lot with someone To throw out the baby with the bath water to tie in with something to toy with an idea to toy with one’s food to treat with kid gloves to trifle with someone/something to try conclusions with someone to try it on with someone to twit someone to wake with a start to walk with a limp to watch with interest to wind up in hospital/with nothing to wipe the floor with someone to withdraw to withdraw from a treaty/contract to withdraw from working life to write a word with a capital 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Tomorrow the revolution will already ’raise itself with a rat...

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