Cambridge Idioms Dictionary

Cambridge Idioms Dictionary

Author: Cambridge University Press

Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen

ISBN: 3125335973

Page: 505

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Yes , life's just more exciting things to do • ( often an a bowl of cherries ! order ) You're surely not going to stay in and clean the house on a Saturday night - life's too short oh , come on , get a life ! • I hear him something that ...

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