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he US English

Used to refer to a man, boy, or male animal previously mentioned or easily identified

HE US English

High explosive

He US English

The chemical element helium

I couldn't care less US English

Used to express complete indifference

for all you care US English

Used to indicate that someone feels no interest or concern

I cannot say US English

I (or he, she, etc.) do not know

I will try anything once US English

Used to indicate willingness to do or experience something new

helium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 2, an inert gas that is the lightest member of the noble gas series

He in helium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 2, an inert gas that is the lightest member of the noble gas series

you should be so lucky US English

Used to imply in an ironic or resigned way that someone’s wishes or expectations are unlikely to be fulfilled

he's US English

He is

he'd US English

He had

s/he US English

A written representation of “he or she” used as a neutral alternative to indicate someone of either sex

he'll US English

He shall; he will

he-man US English

A well-built, muscular man, especially one who is ostentatiously so

murder one in murder US English

First-degree (or second-degree) murder

Bates, H. E. US English

(1905–74), English novelist and short-story writer; full name Herbert Ernest Bates. He is noted for novels such as The Darling Buds of May (1958)

ninety-day wonder in wonder US English

Something that attracts enthusiastic interest for a short while but is then ignored or forgotten

ninety-day or thirty-day wonder in wonder US English

A person who has had intensive military training for the specified time

all one knows in know US English

Used to emphasize the limited nature of one’s knowledge concerning something

lay about one in lay1 US English

Strike out wildly on all sides

I cannot say in say US English

I (or he, she, etc.) do not know

ha ha US English

Used to represent laughter or amusement

as best one can in best US English

As effectively as possible under the circumstances

for all you care in care US English

Used to indicate that someone feels no interest or concern

if someone is a day in day US English

At least (added to a statement about a person’s age)

have it in one in have US English

Have the capacity or potential (to do something)

if it kills one in kill1 US English

Whatever the problems or difficulties involved

put something behind one in put US English

Get over a bad experience by distancing oneself from it

as well he might in well1 US English

Used to convey the speaker’s opinion that a reaction is appropriate or unsurprising

as well he might US English

Used to convey the speaker’s opinion that a reaction is appropriate or unsurprising

murder one US English

First-degree (or second-degree) murder

who am I to do something US English

What right or authority do I (or you, he, etc.) have to do something

be written all over one in write US English

Used to convey that the presence of a particular quality or feeling is clearly revealed by a person’s expression

ninety-day wonder US English

Something that attracts enthusiastic interest for a short while but is then ignored or forgotten

ninety-day or thirty-day wonder in ninety-day wonder US English

A person who has had intensive military training for the specified time

know what one is about in about US English

Be aware of the implications of one’s actions or of a situation, and of how best to deal with them

have it coming in come US English

Be due for retribution on account of something bad that one has done

as the fancy takes one in fancy US English

According to one’s inclination

have —— going for one in go1 US English

Used to indicate how much someone has in their favor or to their advantage

practice what one preaches in practice US English

Do what one advises others to do

as far as one can tell in tell1 US English

Judging from the available information

have one's wits about one in wit1 US English

Be constantly alert and vigilant

all one knows US English

Used to emphasize the limited nature of one’s knowledge concerning something

lay about one US English

Strike out wildly on all sides

you should be so lucky in lucky US English

Used to imply in an ironic or resigned way that someone’s wishes or expectations are unlikely to be fulfilled

one could use in use US English

One would like or benefit from

give as good as one gets in give US English

Respond with equal force or vehemence when attacked


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