be+even+with

  • 1be even with — 1. To be revenged on (also get even with) 2. To be quits with • • • Main Entry: ↑even …

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  • 2get even with — get even (with (someone)) to punish someone who did something to you. She wants to get even with the guy who hit her with the ball. Related vocabulary: settle a score, stick it to someone …

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  • 3be even with — index quit (repay) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4get even with — index discipline (punish), recriminate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5get even with — phrasal : to repay in kind was determined to get even with him as soon as he could …

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  • 6get even with — Synonyms and related words: account with, alternate, avenge, bandy, be quits, be quits with, change, clear the board, commute, compensate, cooperate, counterchange, even the score, exchange, fix, get back at, give and take, interchange, launch a… …

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  • 7get even with — phrasal to repay in kind …

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  • 8get even with — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. settle a score, avenge, pay back; see revenge …

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  • 9get even with — avenge, reap vengeance upon …

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  • 10get even with —  Be appropriately revenged on …

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  • 11be even with someone — get/be/even (with someone) informal phrase to punish or to have punished someone by causing them as much trouble or harm as they have caused you I’ll get even with him if it’s the last thing I do. Thesaurus: to treat someone in the same bad way… …

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  • 12get even with someone — get/be/even (with someone) informal phrase to punish or to have punished someone by causing them as much trouble or harm as they have caused you I’ll get even with him if it’s the last thing I do. Thesaurus: to treat someone in the same bad way… …

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  • 13Getting Even with Dad — Infobox Film name = Getting Even With Dad caption = Film poster imdb id = 0109891 writer = Tom S. Parker Jim Jennewein starring = Macaulay Culkin Ted Danson Glenne Headly Saul Rubinek Gailard Sartain Hector Elizondo director = Howard Deutch… …

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  • 14get even with someone — get even (with (someone)) to punish someone who did something to you. She wants to get even with the guy who hit her with the ball. Related vocabulary: settle a score, stick it to someone …

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  • 15be even with somebody — be/get ˈeven (with sb) idiom (informal) to cause sb the same amount of trouble or harm as they have caused you • I ll get even with you for this, just you wait. Main entry: ↑evenidiom …

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  • 16get even with somebody — be/get ˈeven (with sb) idiom (informal) to cause sb the same amount of trouble or harm as they have caused you • I ll get even with you for this, just you wait. Main entry: ↑evenidiom …

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  • 17even — even1 [ē′vən] adj. [ME < OE efne, efen, akin to Ger eben, Goth ibns < ? IE base * yem , hold together > MIr emon, twins] 1. flat; level; smooth [even country] 2. not irregular; not varying; uniform; constant [an even tempo] 3. calm;… …

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  • 18Even — E ven, a. [AS. efen. efn; akin to OS. eban, D. even, OHG. eban, G. efen, Icel. jafn, Dan. jevn, Sw. j[ a]mn, Goth. ibns. Cf. {Anent}, {Ebb}.] 1. Level, smooth, or equal in surface; not rough; free from irregularities; hence uniform in rate of… …

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  • 19with the best will in the world — No matter how willing or persevering one is • • • Main Entry: ↑will * * * with the best will in the world british spoken phrase used for saying that even if you want something very much or try very hard, it will still not be possible to do… …

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  • 20even Ste|phen — even Ste|ven or even Ste|phen «STEE vuhn», U.S. Slang. even; with the chances even; as likely to go one way as another: »It s even Stephen whether the innocent floor show or…the merengue is more fun (New Yorker) …

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