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their US English

Belonging to or associated with the people or things previously mentioned or easily identified

boy US English

A son

on the part of US English

Used to ascribe responsibility for something to someone

Their in their US English

Used in titles

in our midst US English

Among us (or you or them)

—— one's last in last1 US English

Do something for the last time

one's kind in kind1 US English

People with whom one has a great deal in common

someone's kind in kind1 US English

Used to express disapproval of a certain type of person

give someone their due US English

Be fair to someone

do one's best in best US English

Do all one can

do one's bit in bit1 US English

Make a useful contribution to an effort or cause

act one's age in age US English

Behave in a manner appropriate to someone of one’s age and not to someone much younger

at someone's back in back US English

In pursuit or support of someone

on one's back in back US English

In bed recovering from an injury or illness

on someone's case in case1 US English

Continually (or no longer) criticizing or harassing someone

at ease in ease US English

Free from worry, awkwardness, or problems; relaxed

tip one's hat in tip2 US English

Raise or touch one’s hat or cap as a way of greeting or acknowledging someone

on one's toes in toe US English

Ready for any eventuality; alert

put their heads together US English

Consult and work together

on someone's mind in mind US English

Preoccupying someone, especially in a disquieting way

in someone's name in name US English

Formally registered as belonging to or reserved for someone

be someone's man in man US English

Be the person perfectly suited to a particular requirement or task

in someone's lap in lap1 US English

As someone’s responsibility

to one's feet in foot US English

To a standing position

in one's head in head US English

By mental process without use of physical aids

in someone's hair in hair US English

Annoying (or ceasing to annoy) someone

at someone's feet in foot US English

As someone’s disciple or subject

do someone's head in in do1 US English

Make someone extremely angry, worried, or agitated

off one's game in game1 US English

Playing badly (or well)

in one's face in face US English

Directly at or against one; as one approaches

to one's face in face US English

Openly in one’s presence

not someone's day in day US English

Used to convey that someone has had a bad day

of one's own in own US English

Belonging to oneself alone

on one's own in own US English

Unaccompanied by others; alone or unaided

on the part of in part US English

Used to ascribe responsibility for something to someone

pay its way in pay1 US English

(Of an enterprise or person) earn enough to cover its (or one’s) costs

on someone's tail in tail1 US English

Following someone closely

by someone's side in side US English

Close to someone, especially so as to give them comfort or moral support

at one's risk in risk US English

Used to indicate that if harm befalls a person or their possessions through their actions, it is their own responsibility

in the road in road US English

In someone’s way

do one's nut in nut US English

Be extremely angry or agitated

off one's nut in nut US English

Out of one’s mind; crazy

in one's/its turn in turn US English

Used to convey that an action, process, or situation is the result or product of a previous one

get one's way in way US English

Get or do what one wants in spite of opposition

go one's way in way US English

(Of events, circumstances, etc.) be favorable to one

go someone's way in way US English

Travel in the same direction as someone

in the way in way US English

Forming an obstacle or hindrance to movement or action

on the way in way US English

In the course of a journey


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