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mean business
to be serious, to be ready to take action
Our boss is working very hard and means business when he says that he is going to get the office organized.
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  • measure up to (someone or something)
  • meat and potatoes
  • meet (someone) half-way
  • meet one's end/death
  • meet one's match
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  • vent one's spleen
  • hold out (one's hand)
  • shoot up
  • use one`s head/bean/noodle/noggin
  • of age
  • come in handy
  • play dumb/ignorant
  • kick off (something) or kick (something) off
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