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out and out British & World English

In every respect; absolute

in-and-out British & World English

Involving rapid inward and outward movement

down and out British & World English

(Of a person) without money, a job, or a place to live; destitute

out and about British & World English

Engaging in normal activity after an illness

out-and-outer British & World English

An out-and-out possessor of a particular quality

in and out of British & World English

Being a frequent visitor to (a house) or frequent inmate of (an institution)

out and about in out British & World English

Engaging in normal activity after an illness

in and out of in in British & World English

Being a frequent visitor to (a house) or frequent inmate of (an institution)

in one ear and out the other British & World English

Heard but quickly forgotten

eat someone out of house and home British & World English

Eat a lot of someone else’s food

eat someone out of house and home in eat British & World English

Eat a lot of someone else’s food

down-and-out in down and out British & World English

A person without money, a job, or a place to live

out-and-out English Thesaurus

he really is an out-and-out chauvinist

out-and-out English-Spanish

consumado, redomado

down and out English Thesaurus

a novel about being down and out on the streets of London

down-and-out English-Spanish

to be down-and-out

inside and out in inside English-Spanish

por dentro y por fuera, por adentro y por afuera


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