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  • throw in (your) lot with (someone) — to join a person or group and accept that whatever happens to them will also happen to you. He s understandably reluctant to throw in his lot with a struggling young company who might not exist in a year s time …   New idioms dictionary

  • lot — lot1 W1S1 [lɔt US la:t] pron, adv 1.) a lot also lots informal a large amount or number ▪ We ve spent a lot on the children s education. ▪ How many CDs have you got? Lots. a lot of ▪ They paid a lot of money for that house. ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lot — [[t]lɒ̱t[/t]] ♦ lots 1) QUANT: QUANT of n A lot of something or lots of it is a large amount of it. A lot of people or things, or lots of them, is a large number of them. A lot of our land is used to grow crops for export... I remember a lot of… …   English dictionary

  • Accept — Pays d’origine  Allemagne Genre musical Heavy metal Speed metal Hard FM (Eat the Heat) Hard Rock A …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Temple Lot — Infobox religious building building name =Temple Lot infobox width = image size =250px caption =A view of the Temple Lot with the Church of Christ in the background map type = map size = map caption = location =200 South River Boulevard,… …   Wikipedia

  • take your lumps — (or take a lot of lumps) US informal : to be badly beaten or hurt He took a lot of lumps as a kid growing up in the city. usually used figuratively Their first album took its lumps from the critics. [=it was harshly criticized] The team has taken …   Useful english dictionary

  • break your back —    If you work extremely hard, or put a lot of effort into achieving something, you break your back to do it.     If you want the job done well, you should accept to pay more. He s not going to break his back for such a low price! …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • open your eyes to something — phrase to allow yourself to accept or consider something He refused to open his eyes to the truth. Thesaurus: to think about someone or something in a particular wayhyponym to think carefully or a lot about thingssynonym Main entry: eye …   Useful english dictionary