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be laid flush with
beat the odds in
feed the metre
bits and bites
Where did you find these idioms? Have you looked them up on Google? Have you checked the Idioms section of this forum?
If it's any help:
1) I have never heard of "be laid flush with".
2) "To beat the odds" (no "in" at the end)
3) "To feed the meter".
4) I have never heard of "bits and bites".
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