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eat dirt
to accept another`s insults or bad treatment
The accountant had to eat dirt because of the problems that he had caused.
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  • eat humble pie
  • eat in
  • eat like a bird
  • eat like a horse
  • eat one`s cake and have it too
  • eat one`s heart out
  • eat one`s words
  • eat out
  • eat out of (someone's) hand
  • eating (someone)
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  • take root
  • one by one
  • pound the pavement
  • put out (some) feelers or put (some) feelers out
  • slice of the cake
  • by and by
  • out of commission
  • draw to a close
  • in reality
  • give oneself away

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    Traditions

    Christmas Day is celebrated as a major festival and public holiday in countries around the world, including many whose populations are mostly non Christian.In some non Christian countries, periods of former colonial rule introduced the celebration (e.g.Hong Kong) in others, Christian minorities or foreign cultural influences have led populations to observe the holiday.Countries such as Japan, where Christmas is popular despite there being only a small number of Christians, have adopted many of the secular aspects of Christmas, such as gift giving, decorations, and Christmas trees.Countries in which Christmas is not a formal public holiday include Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bhutan, Cambodia, China (excepting Hong Kong and Macao), Comoros, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Laos, Libya, Maldives, Mauritania, Mongolia, Morocco, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Tajikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and Yemen.Christmas celebrations around the world can vary markedly in form, reflecting differing cultural and national traditions.


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