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Change Of Pace

Change Of Pace - to do something different; to change the routine

  • I need to find a new job. I need a change of pace.
  • We want a change of pace for a few weeks. We want to go on holiday.
  • The girls are tired of school. I think they need a change of pace.
  • We want to move to the city for a change of pace.
  • Our sister works so hard. I think it would be good for her to have a change of pace.
  • I am not feeling well. I need a change of pace.

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Change Of Pace

Cough Up

Catch Your Eye

Cast Iron Stomach

Change Hands

Call It A Wash

Call The Shots

Chuck It

Cook Up A Storm

Cry Crocodile Tears

Caught Red-handed

Carry A Tune

Crack The Book

Come Hell Or High Water

Chicken

Clean Cut

Cabin Fever

Call It A Day

Comparing Apples To Oranges

Cross Your Fingers

Can Not Make Heads Or Tails

Can Not Stand It

Come Rain Or Shine

Carry On

Cash Cow

Cat Nap

Catch On

Chew Out

Chicken Out

Chill Out

Clam Up

Coffee Break

Cold Shoulder

Cold Feet

Cool As A Cucumber

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Cost An Arm & A Leg

Couch Potato

Crack Up

Cry Over Spilt Milk

Cup Of Joe

Cut Corners

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