“Carry the ball” means “to be in charge”. Example: The vice-president was asked to carry the ball while the president was away.
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"Carry the ball" means "to be in charge". Example: The vice-president was asked to carry the ball while the president was away.
English idiom with its meaning and an example: 'Second banana'. One of a series of "Idiom Cards" created by IdiomLand.com
"Second banana" is a person who is less important than his or her partner. Example: I am the president of the company, and my second banana is my vice-president.
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ornery (adjective): bad-tempered or difficult to deal with. Word of the Day for 13 February 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #ornery
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British/Canadian vs. American Learn it. Drives me crazy when people spell things the American way. Ummm hello born and raised in CANADA spell things properly. And it's ZED not ZEE lol.
HABSELIGKEITEN (n) things that an adult might find worthless, but that a child regards as treasures
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arsy-varsy \ AHR-see-VAHR-see \ , adjective; 1. Informal . wrong end foremost; completely backward: an arsy-varsy way of doing things . adverb: 1. Informal . in a backward or thoroughly mixed-up fashion: The papers are all filed arsy-varsy .
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