Away

  • 101away team — noun The visiting team; the team that is playing away from home. Comparisons were made between the home and away teams number of fouls and violations. Syn: visitor team, visitors See Also: away game …

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  • 102away with the fairies —    Someone who is away with the fairies is in such a dreamy state that they are not totally in touch with reality and give the impression of being slightly mad.     It s no use trying to explain the problem to her she s away with the fairies! …

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  • 103away with you — British spoken used for telling someone to go away or to stop worrying about you Away with you! shouted Rory. I don t need your advice! …

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  • 104away down off — Fine Fine (f[imac]n), v. i. To become fine (in any one of various senses); as, the ale will fine; the weather fined. {To fine} {away, down, off}, gradually to become fine; to diminish; to dwindle. I watched her [the ship] . . . gradually fining… …

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  • 105Away From Keyboard — Diese Seite listet eine Auswahl von Abkürzungen und Akronymen, die im deutschsprachigen Netzjargon allgemein üblich sind und in Chats, Instant Messengern, Diskussionsforen und ähnlichem von praktisch jedem verstanden werden. Abkürzungen, die nur… …

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  • 106Away in a Manger — a carol sung especially by children at church services at Christmas. The first verse is: Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, The little Lord Jesus laid down his sweet head. The stars in the bright sky looked down where he lay, The little Lord… …

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  • 107away with the fairies — adjective (to be) not with it, dreaming, not all there Now, I know the story is away with the fairies, but he produces a body and I take him down to the station to talk to the detectives …

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  • 108away side — noun away team …

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  • 109away game — noun An athletic contest played in the opposing teams geographic area. See Also: home game, away team, road game …

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  • 110Away From Home — The IRS criteria used to establish whether or not you are within commuting distance from home. If you work away from home for longer than a normal workday and you require sleep, then the associated costs are tax deductible. This is used to… …

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  • 111away from us — Used in context of general equities, to characterize role of a competing broker dealer. Trading away from us signifies that stock is bought and/or sold with institutions using other trading firms. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …

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  • 112away an bile yer heid — Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Get lost, shut up. Away an bile yer heid ya numpty,ye dinnae ken whit yer talkin aboot …

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  • 113Away From Keyboard — I am away from the computer, I will return soon, AFK (Internet chat slang) …

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  • 114away with you! — get out of here!, go away! …

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  • 115away to the races — going without a problem, smooth sailing    When they approve our business loan, we ll be away to the races …

    English idioms

  • 116away with — 1. Take away, put out of the way, destroy. 2. Bear, endure, tolerate, get on with …

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  • 117away and shite (!) — Vrb phrs. Go away! North east use …

    English slang and colloquialisms

  • 118away and shite (!) — Vrb phrs. Go away! North east use …

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  • 119away game — noun a game played away from home • Syn: ↑road game • Ant: ↑home game • Hypernyms: ↑game …

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  • 120away from the market — phrasal : with a price limit outside the prevailing range of the market on a stock exchange these orders are away from the market B.E.Shultz …

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