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Noun : (uncountable) A heavy yellow elemental metal of great value, with atomic number 79 and symbol Au.

Noun : (countable or uncountable) A coin or coinage made of this material, or supposedly so.

Noun : (uncountable) A deep yellow colour, resembling the metal gold.


Noun : (geography) A narrow inlet of the sea formed by a flooded unglaciated river valley.

Noun : (computing) Initialism of rich Internet application. [(software) A Web application that has many of the characteristics of desktop application software, like domain logic.]

Noun : (nuclear industry) Initialism of radioimmunoassay. [A procedure that uses the binding of a radioactively labeled substance to an antibody in order to analyze minute amounts of biological compounds.]


Noun : (UK, military, historical) stabilized automatic bombsight


Noun : An act of retiring; withdrawal.

Noun : (uncountable) The state of being retired; seclusion.

Noun : (now rare) A place of seclusion or privacy; a retreat.


Noun : (US, informal) A sorority (student organization).

Noun : A surname from Khmer.


Noun : (airline industry) Initialism of booking reservation system.

Noun : (transport) Initialism of bus rapid service.


Noun : (military) Initialism of rolled homogeneous armo(u)r.

Noun : (military) Initialism of Royal Horse Artillery., four units of the British Army


Noun : (software) Initialism of Rational Unified Process.


Noun : Initialism of senior-ranking officer.

Noun : Initialism of school resource officer. [(US, law enforcement) A police officer stationed at a school, such as a high school.]

Noun : Initialism of single-room occupancy.


Verb : (informal) To sabotage, especially fox hunts in opposition to blood sports.

Noun : (informal) A saboteur, especially of fox hunts.

Noun : (UK, slang) A sabbatical officer.


Noun : A large European dung beetle, Geotrupes stercorarius, that makes a droning noise while flying

Noun : Any flying insect which makes a loud humming noise, such as the June bug or a bumblebee

Noun : (obsolete) a trick, joke, or deception


rhyme or reason

Noun : (idiomatic, chiefly in the negative) Logic; common sense.

in any way, shape, or form

Verb : (idiomatic) In any way at all; whatsoever.

fish or cut bait

Verb : (idiomatic) To make a decision, especially after a period of delay; to either take action now or forgo the opportunity.

shit or get off the can

Verb : (idiomatic, US, vulgar, imperative) Alternative form of shit or get off the pot. [(vulgar, idiomatic, imperative) Act now or state one's disinterest, make a decision, particularly in contexts where one is inconveniencing others by inaction and indecision.]

believe it or not

Verb : (idiomatic) This may be surprising, but it's true.

come hell or high water

Verb : (idiomatic) Regardless of the hardships.

put up or shut up

Verb : (idiomatic) To desist from saying something unless one is able to prove it; to act in a manner that makes further talk unnecessary.

shape up or ship out

Verb : (idiomatic) To either improve one's behavior or else be required to leave; to either improve one's performance in an activity or else withdraw from that activity completely.

rain or shine

Verb : (idiomatic) Regardless of what the circumstances are, and how the weather is.

hell or high water

Noun : (idiomatic) Highly adverse circumstances; acts of God.

Verb : No matter what the adverse circumstances.

now or never

Verb : (idiomatic, set phrase) At this sole opportunity, or not at all.

feast or famine

Noun : (idiomatic) A situation in which something is always either extremely abundant or in extremely short supply.

my way or the highway

Noun : (chiefly US, idiomatic) An expression suggesting an ultimatum which indicates the listener(s) will either conform to the desires or teachings of the speaker or else be excluded.

make head or tail of

Verb : (idiomatic, chiefly in the negative, with can't/cannot) To understand even minimally.

Verb : To determine to be good or bad.

heads or tails

Noun : (idiomatic) The practice of flipping a coin in the air, to choose between two alternatives based on which side lands face up.

shit or get off the pot

Verb : (vulgar, idiomatic, imperative) Act now or state one's disinterest, make a decision, particularly in contexts where one is inconveniencing others by inaction and indecision.

random number

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see random, number.

Noun : A number allotted randomly using suitable generator (electronic machine or as simple "generator" as die).

Noun : A number selected based on a uniform distribution, typically using a suitable generator (for example, rolling a die).

zero in

Verb : To focus one's aim; to zoom in and center (on something).

Verb : To successfully narrow down a search (for).

Verb : To concentrate or focus one's attention (on a task).

long tail

Noun : (marketing, sometimes capitalized) Sales made for less usual goods within a very large choice, which can return a profit through reduced marketing and distribution costs.

Noun : (mathematics, probability) Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: The tail of a distribution that represents the rare occurrence of extreme values.

group theory

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see group, theory; a theory about (particular kinds of) groups.

Noun : (algebra, uncountable) The mathematical theory of groups.

read out

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To read something and say the words to inform other people.

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic, US) (of a device) To read some data and inform the person using the device; (of the user) to read some data from the device to inform oneself.

Verb : (transitive, law) To interpret a part of a law so that it is not struck down but is rendered of no effect or applicability.

fall over

Verb : (intransitive, idiomatic) To fall from an upright or standing position to a horizontal or prone position.

Verb : (intransitive, idiomatic) Of an argument, to fail to be valid.

Verb : (intransitive, idiomatic, informal, computing) Of a computer program or system, to crash.

back up

Verb : (idiomatic, intransitive) To move backwards, especially for a vehicle to do so.

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) To move a vehicle backwards.

Verb : (idiomatic, intransitive) To undo one's actions.

sign on

Verb : To join something, after signing.

Verb : To commit oneself, as to a project, a goal, an organization, a cause.

Verb : (broadcasting) To begin broadcasting a radio or television signal, usually at the beginning of a broadcasting day and after being off the air for several hours.

sign off

Verb : (idiomatic) To log off; to stop using a computer, radio, etc.; especially, to stop talking.

Verb : (broadcasting) To cease broadcasting a radio or television signal, usually at the end of a broadcasting day.

Verb : (followed by “on”) to give one's official approval to something for which it is needed, especially by a signature.

cross out

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) To strike out; to draw a line through.

record book

Noun : (also idiomatic) a book which lists achievements which break records, the most famous being "Guinness World Records", formerly known as "Guinness Book of Records".

Noun : a book in which a record is kept of events, perhaps similar to a logbook.

pencil in

Verb : (transitive) to fill in or write in using pencil

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) to provisionally schedule

ink in

Verb : (transitive) to fill in or write in using a pen

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) to schedule in a calendar

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) to sign a document to hire someone

jot down

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) to write down hurriedly; to make a note of

wireless network

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see wireless, network.

Noun : (computing) Devices connected to a network using a centralized wireless access point (WAP).

fourth estate

Noun : (obsolete) A hypothetical fourth class of civic subjects, or fourth body (in Britain, after the Crown, and the two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.

Noun : (idiomatic) Journalism or journalists considered as a group; the press.


Noun : (idiomatic) important news stories

and finally

Noun : (idiomatic, journalism, colloquial) A light news story reserved for the end of a bulletin when there is a lack of more important items; typically involving animals or other features supposed to be amusing.


Noun : (uncountable) The grouping or juxtaposition of things, especially words or sounds.

Noun : (countable) Such a specific grouping.

Noun : (linguistics, translation studies) A sequence of words or terms that co-occur more often than would be expected by chance (i.e., the statistically significant placement of particular words in a language), often representing an established name for, or idiomatic way of conveying, a particular semantic concept.


Noun : A part of something that has been separated.

Noun : A representative portion of a substance, often large and irregular.

Noun : (linguistics, education) A sequence of two or more words that occur in language with high frequency but are not idiomatic; a bundle or cluster.


Noun : A bunch or group of several discrete items that are close to each other.

Noun : (astronomy) A group of galaxies, nebulae, or stars that appear to the naked eye to be near each other.

Noun : (chemistry) An ensemble of bound atoms (especially of a metal) or molecules, intermediate in size between a molecule and a bulk solid.

dead center

Noun : Synonym of dead point: the position at which a crank is in a direct line with a connecting rod.

Noun : A nonrevolving center in a lathe.

Noun : (idiomatic) The exact center.


Noun : A group of objects held together by wrapping or tying.

Noun : A package wrapped or tied up for carrying.

Noun : A group of products or services sold together as a unit.


Adjective : Falling within an accepted range of size, amount, power, quality, etc.

Adjective : (of a tree or shrub) Growing alone as a free-standing plant; not trained on a post etc.

Adjective : Having recognized excellence or authority.


Noun : (linguistics, strict sense) A lect (often a regional or minority language) as part of a group or family of languages, especially if they are viewed as a single language, or if contrasted with a standardized idiom that is considered the 'true' form of the language (for example, Cantonese as contrasted with Mandarin Chinese or Bavarian as contrasted with Standard German).

Noun : (linguistics, broad sense) A variety of a language that is characteristic of a particular area, community, or social group, differing from other varieties of the same language in relatively minor ways as regards grammar, phonology, and lexicon.

Noun : (derogatory) Language that is perceived as substandard or wrong.

clock in

Verb : (US) To begin working time, especially by punching in (entering a workplace by punching a time card with the time clock).

Verb : (idiomatic) To be measured at.

final cut

Noun : (idiomatic) In the movie industry, the final released version of a film.

Noun : (idiomatic, by extension) The group that remains when a selection process has eliminated other candidates.

read in

Verb : To accept as input.

Verb : (idiomatic) To allow access to classified information.

add up

Verb : (transitive, of a numerical amount) To take the sum of; to total.

Verb : (intransitive) To accumulate; to amount to.

Verb : (idiomatic, intransitive) To make sense; to be reasonable or consistent.

sign in

Verb : (idiomatic) To sign one's name on a list when entering a place, to indicate one's arrival.

Verb : (computing) To take some action to access a secured program or web page on a computer; to log in.

lead time

Noun : (idiomatic) The amount of time between the initiation of some process and its completion, e.g. the time required to manufacture or procure a product; the time required before something can be provided or delivered.

small print

Noun : (idiomatic) fine print

john henry

Noun : (idiomatic) One's signature.


Adjective : Pertaining or conforming to idiom, the natural mode of expression of a language.

Adjective : Resembling or characteristic of an idiom.

Adjective : (music) Relating to parts or pieces which are written both within the natural physical limitations of the instrument and human body and, less so or less often, the styles of playing used on specific instruments.

track record

Noun : (idiomatic) The past performance of a person, organization, or product, viewed in its entirety and usually for the purpose of making a judgment.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see track, record.

john hancock

Noun : (US, idiomatic) A person's signature.

Verb : (US, transitive) To sign; to write one's signature on (something).

opposite number

Noun : (idiomatic) A person who holds a position in an organization that corresponds to that held by another person in another organization; a counterpart


Adjective : Of or pertaining to England.

Adjective : English-language; of or pertaining to the language, descended from Anglo-Saxon, which developed in England.

Adjective : Of or pertaining to the people of England (to Englishmen and Englishwomen).

put through

Verb : (idiomatic) To connect (a telephone caller with intended callee).

Verb : (idiomatic) to cause to endure

Verb : (transitive, UK) To smash (e.g. a window) so as to create an opening.

call up

Verb : (transitive) To retrieve from personal or computer memory.

Verb : (transitive) To summon (someone) to report for military service.

Verb : (transitive) To select e.g. to a sports squad.

ring up

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To telephone; to call someone on the telephone.

Verb : (transitive) To enter (a payment) into a cash register, or till in a shop, or record a credit- or debit-card payment.

Verb : (transitive) To record the payment of.

hang up

Verb : (transitive) To put up to hang.

Verb : (intransitive, idiomatic) To terminate a telephone call.

Verb : To keep delayed, suspended, held up, or stuck.

wrap up

Verb : (transitive and intransitive) To cover or enclose (something) by folding and securing a covering entirely around it.

Verb : (transitive and intransitive, idiomatic) To conclude or finish completely.

Verb : (transitive and intransitive, idiomatic) To summarize or recapitulate.

fill in

Verb : (transitive) To fill; to replace material that is absent or has been removed.

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To inform somebody, especially to supply someone missing or missed information.

Verb : (intransitive, idiomatic) To substitute for somebody or something.

bottom line

Noun : (countable, uncountable, business) The final balance; the amount of money or profit left after everything has been tallied.

Noun : (idiomatic) The summary or result; the most important information.

Noun : A minimum acceptable result from a negotiation.

cutting edge

Noun : The sharp edge of the blade of a knife or other cutting tool.

Noun : (idiomatic, by extension, often with "on the") The forefront, or position of greatest advancement in some field.

Adjective : Alternative form of cutting-edge [Representing the forefront, or position of greatest advancement in some field.]

project management

Noun : (operations) The discipline of organizing and managing resources (e.g. people) in such a way that a project is completed within defined scope, quality, time and cost constraints.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see project, management.

look up

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see look, up.

Verb : (intransitive, idiomatic) To have better prospects.

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To obtain, or seek to obtain, information about something.


Noun : The language of a people or a national language.

Noun : Everyday speech or dialect, including colloquialisms, as opposed to standard, literary, liturgical, or scientific idiom.

Noun : Language unique to a particular group of people.

take form

Verb : (idiomatic) To take shape

plug in

Verb : (idiomatic) To connect (an electrical device) to a plug socket.

Verb : (idiomatic) To familiarize and integrate (a person) into an organization.

Verb : (idiomatic, mathematics) To replace a variable with a number in order to solve an equation.

change over

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) to convert to, to make a transition from one system to another

middle ground

Noun : (idiomatic) A compromise position between extremes.

Noun : (art, photography) The middle distance.

sea change

Noun : (idiomatic) A profound transformation; a metamorphosis.

point out

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To identify among a group of similar subjects, or in a scene where the subject might not be readily seen or noticed, with a gesture of the body.

Verb : (figuratively, idiomatic) To tell, remind, indicate.


Verb : (transitive, archaic outside of idioms) To count, reckon, or enumerate.

Verb : (transitive, ditransitive) To narrate, to recount.

Verb : (transitive, ditransitive) To convey by speech; to say.

in kind

Verb : (of paying or giving) With goods or services (as opposed to cash).

Verb : (idiomatic) In a reciprocal manner; in a similar way; in the same kind.

big screen

Noun : The large viewing surface upon which films are projected in a cinema.

Noun : (idiomatic, by extension) movies, or that which is related to movies or cinema.

play back

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) To replay a recording.

special needs

Noun : (idiomatic) Needs for special care, services or accommodations for disabilities.

think tank

Noun : (idiomatic) A group of people who collectively perform research and develop reports and recommendations on topics relating to strategic planning or public policy, and which is usually funded by corporate, government, or special interests.

Noun : (obsolete) The brain.


Noun : A stone milepost (or by extension in other materials), one of a series of numbered markers placed along a road at regular intervals, typically at the side of the road or in a median.

Noun : (idiomatic) An important event in a person's life or career, in the history of a nation, in the life of some project, etc.

Verb : To place milestones along (a road, etc.).

flesh out

Verb : (idiomatic, transitive) To complete; to create details from a basic outline, structure, or skeleton.

given name

Noun : A personal name chosen for a child, usually by their parents.

Noun : (uncommon, humorous) A name bestowed by oneself or another, as opposed to the name given by one's parents.

game plan

Noun : (idiomatic) Any strategy devised to reach a given objective.

speak for

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see speak, for.

Verb : To speak on somebody's behalf.

Verb : (idiomatic) To claim, reserve, or occupy.

size up

Verb : (idiomatic) To evaluate; to estimate or anticipate the magnitude, difficulty, or strength of something.

Verb : To wear a larger size of clothing.

balancing act

Noun : (entertainment) A performance that involves balancing things precariously and suspensefully.

Noun : (figurative, idiomatic) An effort to manage many conflicting or competing items or interests.


Noun : (linguistics) An amalgamation of two disparate languages, used by two populations having no common language as a lingua franca to communicate with each other, lacking formalized grammar and having a small, utilitarian vocabulary and no native speakers.

Noun : (archaic, idiomatic) A person's business, occupation, work, or trade (also spelt as pigeon)

balance out

Verb : (idiomatic, of contrasting elements) To counteract one another so as to be balanced.

play ball

Verb : (idiomatic) To start anything tumultuous.

Verb : (idiomatic) To work together; to cooperate.

Verb : (baseball, softball) An expression used at the beginning of a game of baseball or softball.

root cause

Noun : (idiomatic) An initiating cause of a chain of events which leads to an outcome or effect of interest.

Verb : (transitive) The action of identifying the cause of a chain of events which leads to an outcome or effect of interest. To root cause something's root cause does not necessarily imply the use of root cause analysis (RCA).

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