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Costs An Arm & A Leg

Costs An Arm & A Leg - very expensive

  • I want a new car but it costs an arm & a leg.
  • It costs an arm & a leg to live in New York City.
  • My dogs cost me an arm & a leg, but I love them so so much.
  • There are some universities that cost an arm & a leg.
  • It costs an arm & a leg to travel.
  • Living in the city costs an arm & a leg.

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Can Not Make Heads Or Tails

Can Not Stand It

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Cash Cow

Cat Nap

Catch On

Chew Out

Chicken Out

Chil Out

Clam Up

Coffee Break

Cold Shoulder

Cold Feet

Cool As A Cucumber

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Cost An Arm & A Leg

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Cry Over Spilt Milk

Cup Of Joe

Cut Corners


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Dead Tired

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Dead Wood

Dirt Cheap

Doggie Bag

Do Not Bug Me

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Double Standard

Drag Me Down

Drive Crazy

Drive Someone Up a Wall

Drop The Ball

Drown Out

Dry Run

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