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take a hard line (with someone)
to be firm with someone, to have a firm policy for dealing with someone
The company takes a hard line with people who come to work late.
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  • take a hint
  • take a leaf out of (someone's) book
  • take a leak
  • take a liking to (someone or something)
  • take a look at (someone or something)
  • take a look for (someone or something)
  • take a nap
  • take a new turn
  • take a potshot at (someone or something)
  • take a powder
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  • dash off
  • get the benefit of the doubt
  • make (something) out of nothing
  • trouble oneself about (someone or something)
  • thin-skinned
  • plow into (someone or something)
  • freeload
  • go from bad to worse
  • pick up (something) or pick (something) up
  • tan (someone`s) hide

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    Tomato contains around 22 calories

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