A phrase is group of words which is used together and has a meaning of its own. In another word, the meaning of a phrase is often not obvious from the meaning of the individual words in it. In this group, we will make a collection of all phrases ...
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be in hot water

be in hot waterif someone is in hot water, people are angry with them and they are likely to be punished.- He found himself in hot water over his speech about immigration.get (sb) into hot water- You'll get into hot water if your teacher finds out.  Ps. the original link:http://dictionaries.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=hot*13+0&dict=I

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watch your back

watch your back: that means to be careful of what is happening around you Examples:1. You'd better watch your back at work. A lot of people want your position. 2. I'm so lucky that you watch my back for me. I would be clueless without your help.

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