Another Word For YOU

mind you

Verb : (idiomatic, colloquial, chiefly UK) Used to introduce a qualification or contrastive statement, especially when toning down or rectifying

screw you

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see screw, you.

Noun : An act of defiance and contempt.

more than you can shake a stick at

Adjective : (idiomatic) Alternative form of more than one can shake a stick at [Occurring in abundance; of a large quantity; many.]

see you next thursday

Noun : Alternative form of see you next Tuesday (“cunt; objectionable person”) [(idiomatic, euphemistic) A cunt. (an objectionable person)]

see you next tuesday

Noun : (idiomatic, euphemistic) A cunt. (an objectionable person)

as you know

Verb : (idiomatic) as it is already known.

now that you mention it

Verb : Alternative form of now you mention it [(idiomatic) Used to precede another comment about something just mentioned.]

now you mention it

Verb : (idiomatic) Used to precede another comment about something just mentioned.

golden rule

Noun : (idiomatic) A fundamental rule or principle.

Noun : (ethics) The principle that one should treat other people in the manner in which one would want to be treated by them.

Noun : (law, England and Wales, idiomatic) A method of statutory interpretation, whereby a judge will deviate from a literal interpretation of the law to the extent necessary to circumvent obvious absurdities or (sometimes) conclusions repugnant to public policy.

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).

in order

Adjective : In a sequence.

Adjective : Ready, prepared; orderly; tidy.

Adjective : (idiomatic, formal) In accordance with the procedural rules governing formal meetings of a deliberative body.

prepositional verb

Noun : (linguistics) A two-word phrase, consisting of a verb and a preposition, that has idiomatic meaning.


Verb : Word for word; not figuratively; not as an idiom or metaphor.

Verb : (degree, figuratively, proscribed, contranym) Used non-literally as an intensifier for figurative statements: virtually, so to speak (often considered incorrect; see usage notes)

Verb : (colloquial) Used to intensify or dramatize non-figurative statements.

ground rule

Noun : (sports) A rule regarding play on a specific field, course, or court.

Noun : (idiomatic, usually in the plural) The basic rules or standards; whatever someone must know before proceeding.

original character

Noun : (fandom slang) A fictional character created by an author or artist, usually one from a fanwork that is not present in the official canon.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see original, character.

phrasal verb

Noun : (linguistics) A two-word verb, consisting of a verb and a "small" adverb or particle, that has an idiomatic meaning not easily predictable from the individual parts.

Noun : (linguistics, more loosely) A phrase, consisting of a verb and either or both of a preposition or adverb, that has idiomatic meaning.


Verb : Obsolete form of literally. [Word for word; not figuratively; not as an idiom or metaphor.]

stock phrase

Noun : (idiomatic) A phrase frequently or habitually used by a person or group, and thus associated with them.

Noun : A cliché.

set phrase

Noun : (grammar) An established expression whose wording is subject to little or no variation, and which may or may not be idiomatic.

Noun : (grammar) An idiomatic expression in general.

to the letter

Verb : (idiomatic) Literally, exactly, following the rules as written.


Noun : The action of expressing thoughts, ideas, feelings, etc.

Noun : A particular way of phrasing an idea.

Noun : A colloquialism or idiom.

turn of phrase

Noun : (idiomatic) An expression which is worded in a distinctive way, especially one which is particularly memorable or artful.

one and the same

Noun : (idiomatic) The selfsame person or thing. Used to emphasize the identity or equivalence of two things.

freedom of speech

Noun : The right of citizens to speak, or otherwise communicate, without fear of harm or prosecution.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see freedom, speech.


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.

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.

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.

figure of speech

Noun : (idiomatic) A word or phrase that departs from straightforward, literal language.

name of the game

Noun : (idiomatic, almost always preceded by the, informal) The essential element (needed to reach the principal goal or objective); the overall purpose.

who's who

Noun : (countable, sometimes capitalized) A publication containing biographies of well-known or important people.

Noun : (countable) A list of notable, famous, or upper-class people.

Noun : (uncountable) Collectively, the elite class.

in line

Adjective : (idiomatic) Suitable or appropriate; keeping with expectations, norms, ideals, or rules.

Adjective : (of three or more objects) Positioned in a straight line.

Adjective : (not comparable) assuming a position in the future.

on all fours

Verb : (idiomatic) On one's hands and knees.

Verb : (idiomatic, often followed by "with") In a manner which is similar in nature or effect to something else; consistently.

abstract idea

Noun : (metaphysics) An idea separated from a complex object, or from other ideas which naturally accompany it; as the solidity of marble when contemplated apart from its color or figure.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see abstract, idea.


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.

standard fare

Noun : (countable, literally) The usual price for travel by air, rail, or another means of transport.

Noun : (Britain, Ireland, countable, by extension) The price charged to passengers who travel without buying tickets in advance on certain public transport systems (especially British bus and tram systems) (compare penalty fare).

Noun : (uncountable, literally) Menu items or dining options which are regularly available in a restaurant or other place where food is served.

from the ground up

Verb : (idiomatic) From the beginning; starting with the basics, foundation, or fundamentals.


Noun : A surname.

Noun : Alternative form of bao: Any of various types of steamed bread used in Chinese cuisine [Any of various types of steamed bread or bun used in Chinese cuisine]

Adjective : Abbreviation of business as usual. [(idiomatic) That is usual, expected, not extraordinary.]

in character

Adjective : (idiomatic) Consistent with one's personality, or the typical behavior one is known for.

selling point

Noun : (idiomatic, business) The property or characteristic of a good that most attracts purchasers.


Noun : (uncountable) The quality of being idiomatic.

Noun : (countable, rare) An instance or category of instances of that quality.

Noun : (linguistics, countable, rare) The state of a linguistic expression which exists when the expression exhibits semantic-pragmatic divergence, when the semantic value of the expression differs from its pragmatic value; that is to say, idiomaticity exists when the inherent meaning of the words expressed does not match the meaning of the expression as understood by the users: the sayer(s) and hearer(s).

tough call

Noun : (chiefly US, idiomatic) A choice or judgment which is difficult to make, especially one involving only two alternatives.

par for the course

Adjective : (idiomatic) To be expected; normal; common.

blanket term

Noun : (idiomatic) A word or phrase that is used to describe multiple groups of related things. The degree of relation may vary. Blanket terms often trade specificity for ease-of-use; in other words, a blanket term by itself gives little detail about the things that it describes or the relationships between them, but is easy to say and remember. Blanket terms often originate as slang, and eventually become integrated into the general vocabulary.


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.

mean business

Verb : (idiomatic, used to convey serious intent) To be serious, especially where achieving a specific end against opposition is concerned.

one after another

Verb : (idiomatic) In single file.

Verb : (idiomatic) Individually, in a particular sequence or chronology.

Verb : (idiomatic) Unrelentingly.

as a rule

Verb : (idiomatic) In general; most often.

due course

Noun : (idiomatic) Regular or appropriate passage or occurrence

word of mouth

Noun : (idiomatic) Verbal means of passing on information.

first off

Verb : (sequence, idiomatic) Firstly; before anything else. Often used to introduce the first in a list of points to be made in conversation.


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.


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.

mixed metaphor

Noun : (linguistics) An overreaching, contradictory or incongruous combination of two distinct metaphors, similes or idioms.

first of all

Verb : (sequence, idiomatic) Firstly; before anything else.

as well

Verb : (idiomatic) In addition; also.

Verb : To the same effect.

Verb : (South Africa) Me too.


Noun : Alternative spelling of think tank [(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.]

Verb : Alternative form of think-tank [To perform research and develop recommendations as part of a think tank.]


Adjective : (before the noun, idiomatic) Current; recent; the latest.

Adjective : (idiomatic) Informed about the latest news or developments; abreast.


Noun : (derogatory) Stilted or unidiomatic language produced by automated translation.

fair to middling

Adjective : (idiomatic, usually hyphenated when placed before noun) Only tolerably good; somewhat favorable.

think up

Verb : (idiomatic) To create in one’s mind; to invent.


Noun : A vernacular idiom.

Noun : The belief that texts should be published in the vernacular.

old chestnut

Noun : (idiomatic) A well-worn story.

quote unquote

Adjective : (idiomatic) Emphasizes the following, or sometimes preceding, word or phrase for irony or marks it as not the normal sense of the term. Used almost exclusively in spoken language. In written language, quotation marks would be used instead.

Verb : Used in spoken language to delimit a quotation in the same function as quotation marks.


Verb : In an idiomatic manner.

Verb : With regard to idiomaticness; as analyzed with idiomatic meaning taken into account.

straw poll

Noun : (idiomatic) A survey of opinion or a vote that is nonbinding, unofficial, casual, or ad hoc.

food for thought

Noun : (idiomatic) Information or knowledge that is worthy of contemplation.


Adjective : Alternative form of old hat [(idiomatic) Very familiar; common, hackneyed or out of date.]

installed base

Noun : (idiomatic, business) The number of units of a system or product that are currently in use.


Adjective : Of or pertaining to the pythons.

Adjective : Prophetic; oracular; pretending to foretell events.

Adjective : (programming) Using the idioms of the Python programming language.

nothing special

Noun : (idiomatic) Something ordinary or run-of-the-mill.

Noun : (idiomatic) Nothing worth discussing; nothing that the speaker wants to mention.

poster child

Noun : (chiefly Canada, US, idiomatic) One who is a prototypical or quintessential example of something.

memory lane

Noun : (idiomatic, sometimes capitalized) A set of recollections available to be reviewed, especially accompanied by a feeling of nostalgia.


Noun : (attributive) Alternative spelling of word of mouth [(idiomatic) Verbal means of passing on information.]

in addition

Verb : (conjunctive, idiomatic) Also; as well; besides.

middle ground

Noun : (idiomatic) A compromise position between extremes.

Noun : (art, photography) The middle distance.

middle of the road

Adjective : (idiomatic) Having a centrist attitude or philosophy; not extreme, especially politically.

Adjective : (music, sometimes derogatory) Of a type of melodic popular music that has wide appeal.

tell apart

Verb : (idiomatic) To perceive things as different, or to perceive their difference itself; to differentiate, distinguish, discriminate.

same difference

Noun : (idiomatic) A distinction which makes no difference; a distinction which does not matter.


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.

living proof

Noun : (idiomatic) A real-life person or thing which demonstrates the validity of a hypothesis.

have in mind

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To consider, to contemplate, to intend.

to boot

Verb : (idiomatic, informal) in addition, besides, also.

in a nutshell

Verb : (idiomatic) In summary; briefly or simply.

jam today

Noun : (idiomatic, economics) Availability of a resource at the present date.

know what's what

Verb : Alternative form of know what is what [(idiomatic) To understand the current situation; to know what is going on.]

something like

Verb : (idiomatic) approximately

private language

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see private, language.

Noun : (philosophy) A language which expresses one's inner thoughts, feelings, or experiences but which cannot be used for communication, since it is known to and understandable by only one person—the existence of which was famously argued by Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) to be impossible.

auld lang syne

Noun : (idiomatic) Days gone by; former times.

for the most part

Verb : (idiomatic) Mostly; in general; usually.

prime of life

Noun : (idiomatic) The period of one's mature life when one is at a peak of health and performance.

what is more

Verb : (idiomatic) furthermore, or in addition, moreover.


Adjective : Alternative spelling of middle of the road [(idiomatic) Having a centrist attitude or philosophy; not extreme, especially politically.]

state of affairs

Noun : (idiomatic) A specific situation; a set of circumstances.

culture hero

Noun : (idiomatic) A mythical character or real person who is renowned as the exemplar of the values or achievements of a society, group, or time period.

garden variety

Adjective : (idiomatic) Ordinary, common, or unexceptional.

Noun : (idiomatic) An ordinary, standard kind

worlds apart

Adjective : (idiomatic) Vastly different.

jack of all trades

Noun : (idiomatic) One competent in many endeavors, especially one who excels in none of them.

Noun : Alternative spelling of jack of all trades [(idiomatic) One competent in many endeavors, especially one who excels in none of them.]

happy medium

Noun : (idiomatic) A balanced position between two opposite extremes.

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