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    idiom

    what does "fat is in the fire" exactly mean?? could u giv me an example of how i can use it in a sentence?

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    Re: idiom

    Fat burns, so when the fat is in the fire, problems, etc, are getting more serious.


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    Re: idiom

    thanks tdol.it had me in a tricky spot in an essay.

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    Re: idiom

    You're welcome, Utsav.

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