Idioms

a credit to (someone or something)
to be invaluable or beneficial to someone or something
The doctor was a credit to the hospital where he worked.
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  • a crying shame
  • a cut above (someone or something)
  • a dime a dozen
  • a dirty look
  • a dose of one's own medicine
  • a doubting Thomas
  • a drag on (someone)
  • a fair shake
  • a falling-out (with someone)
  • a far cry from (something)
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  • rake in the money
  • put (something) on the line
  • in black and white
  • in one's birthday suit
  • make an exception (for someone)
  • in a quandary
  • by a hair
  • blow a fuse
  • in top form
  • in exchange for (someone or something)

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