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1. If you rue the day that you did something, you are proud to have done it.


2. If you lash out on something, you spend a lot of money on it.


3. If you keep your powder dry, you are always ready and prepared for any problems that might occur.


4. If you hit upon a solution, you criticise it.


5. If you live abroad, you might have to learn a ________ language



6. If you meet someone and hit it off, you like them from the time you meet.


7. If you identify someone from a number of pictures, you pick them up.


8. If you knock an idea around, you examine it very closely and methodically.


9. If you hedge your bets, you risk everything on a single chance.


10. If you mark something off, you put a tick, cross or other signal to show that it has been done.


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