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a couple three

  • My mother-in-law is the only person I ever heard use this (she grew up in Arizona if that helps place it). To her, it meant two or three (literally a couple or three), which as the person before me noted, translates into a few or a small number. Today it could be considered functionally redundant because "a couple" now, according to Merriam Webster, encompasses the meaning of "an indefinite small number."

    Last edited on Jul 21 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 21 2016.

noun - uncountable

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and all that jazz

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a no-win situation

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Aztec two step

  • diarrhea.
    I have the Aztec two step.
    You have the Aztec two step.

    Last edited on Apr 24 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 09 2009.

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back to (one's) roots

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be-all end-all, the

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be in on

  • to be involved with. Usually used to refer to underhanded or illegal dealings.

    Last edited on Sep 09 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 09 2009.

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