English Idioms & Idiomatic Expressions
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- Swing the lead
- (UK) If you swing the lead, you pretend to be ill or do not do your share of the work.
- Swinging door
- This idiom refers to something or someone that can go in two conflicting or opposite directions.
- Swings and roundabouts
- If something's swings and roundabouts, it has about as many disadvantages as it has advantages.
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