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    #1

    Need two expressions...

    1. if there is a bit more salt in the curry than necessary...how do you say that naturally? for e.g. The curry is tasty but................

    2. if someone is told to 'get his/her clothes right' i.e. his/her clothes are on the body (i.e. s/he is wearing it) but needs to be set/organized to look decent and properly worn - what is the 'one word' expression?

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    Re: Need two expressions...

    1. ... but it's a bit salty.

    2. I don't know about this one. Maybe "adjust"?
    You need to adjust your shirt - it's too high on one side and too low on the other.

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