Idioms

boil down to (something)
to reduce something to its essential or main part
The reason that we could not go on a holiday boiled down to the fact that we had no money.
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  • bone of contention
  • bone up (on something)
  • boot out (someone) or boot (someone) out
  • bore (someone) stiff
  • bore (someone) to death
  • born out of wedlock
  • born with a silver spoon in one`s mouth
  • boss (someone) around or boss around (someone)
  • bottle (something) up or bottle up (something)
  • bottom line
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  • play one's cards close to one's chest
  • let sleeping dogs lie
  • feed (someone) a line
  • quake in one's boots
  • all manner of (someone or something)
  • jog (someone's) memory
  • sunny-side up
  • fighting chance
  • steal (someone`s) thunder
  • have (someone) over

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