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stack the cards/deck for or against (someone or something)
to arrange things unfairly for or against someone or something
The company is stacking the cards against some small sellers because of their strict standards.
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  • stack up (something) or stack (something) up
  • stake a claim to (something)
  • stall off (someone or something) or stall (someone or something) off
  • stamp out (something) or stamp (something) out
  • stand (someone) in good stead with (someone or something)
  • stand a chance of (doing something)
  • stand behind (someone or something)
  • stand by
  • stand by (someone)
  • stand clear of (something)
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  • treat (someone)
  • muscle in on (someone or something)
  • knock (someone's) block off or knock off (someone's) block
  • neither fish nor fowl
  • in contempt of court
  • flesh (something) out or flesh out (something)
  • going rate
  • speak for (something)
  • within a stone's throw of something
  • of no avail

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