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    Default the meaning of two english idioms

    dear sir / madam
    I would like you to explain to me the meaning of these two idioms :
    1 to be as right as rain in no time
    2 to put the wind up someone
    thank you

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    Default Re: the meaning of two english idioms

    [1] perfectly all right or in order.
    [2] to make a person nervous, anxious or alarmed.

    All the best.

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