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    Exclamation termes in english

    Hello my dear masters,
    May i ask you to help me with these terms...
    I want to know if they are common and what do they Mean...Any other term which has a meaning close to them?


    1) TO BE LET DOWN BADLY.
    2) I FOR ONE AM AGAINST IT.
    3) YOU ARE A FINE ONE tO TALK.
    4) EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN.
    5) GLOSS SOMETHING OVER.
    6) YOU`VE GOT A FINGER IN EVERY PIE.
    7) HE IS A GOODY GOODY.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: termes in english

    Quote Originally Posted by zoobinshid
    Hello my dear masters,
    May i ask you to help me with these terms...
    I want to know if they are common and what do they Mean...Any other term which has a meaning close to them?


    1) TO BE LET DOWN BADLY.
    2) I FOR ONE AM AGAINST IT.
    3) YOU ARE A FINE ONE tO TALK.
    4) EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN.
    5) GLOSS SOMETHING OVER.
    6) YOU`VE GOT A FINGER IN EVERY PIE.
    7) HE IS A GOODY GOODY.

    Thanks in advance.
    1) TO BE LET DOWN BADLY- to be very disappointed
    2) I FOR ONE AM AGAINST IT- for one = for example I am aginst it.
    3) YOU ARE A FINE ONE tO TALK = someone good to talk to
    4) EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN = absolutely everything
    5) GLOSS SOMETHING OVER = try to make what is wrong or bad seem right, look better than it is, easy or pretend about.
    6) YOU`VE GOT A FINGER IN EVERY PIE - you are involved in a lot of things, usually nosy, have to be a part of everything
    7) HE IS A GOODY GOODY.= goody two shoes = everything sweet and good.

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    Re: termes in english

    Quote Originally Posted by zoobinshid
    Hello my dear masters,
    May i ask you to help me with these terms...
    I want to know if they are common and what do they Mean...Any other term which has a meaning close to them?


    1) TO BE LET DOWN BADLY.
    2) I FOR ONE AM AGAINST IT.
    3) YOU ARE A FINE ONE tO TALK.
    4) EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN.
    5) GLOSS SOMETHING OVER.
    6) YOU`VE GOT A FINGER IN EVERY PIE.
    7) HE IS A GOODY GOODY.

    Thanks in advance.

    3) This expression is used to tell people they should not criticize other people because they are just as bad.

    Jerry: John's always late.
    Mary: You're a fine one to talk.


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    Re: terms in english

    3) YOU ARE A FINE ONE tO TALK.

    You're personal circumstances do not qualify you to provide your opinion on the subject in question.

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