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Pack Light

Pack Light - to pack only few things; to pack only what is necessary

  • I need to pack light for my trip. I do not want to take to much stuff.
  • We are allowed to take only 1 bag on the plane. We need to pack light.
  • It is very hard to pack light. I always like to pack so many things.
  • Are you going to pack light? I do not know how much room we will have in the hotel.
  • There is not so much room in the car. so please pack light.
  • We do not have to pack light, because there is plenty of room in the car.

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Pony Up

Pocket Money

Keep Posted

Pay Through The Nose

Piping Hot

Pull A Fast One

Pay Peanuts

Pass With Flying Colors

Play Games

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Priceless

Potluck Dinner

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Pull (something) Off

Pull Yourself Together

Quiet Time

Quick Fix

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