Idioms

down with (an illness)
to be ill, to be sick at home
My sister was down with a cold so she could not go out for a few days.
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  • drag in (someone or something) or drag (someone or something) in
  • drag on
  • drag one`s feet/heels
  • draw (someone) out or draw out (someone)
  • draw (something) from (something)
  • draw a blank
  • draw a line betwen two things
  • draw blood
  • draw fire
  • draw in one`s horns
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  • not in the same league with (someone or something)
  • give (someone) a big hand
  • get (someone`s) goat
  • throw in one`s lot with (someone or something)
  • call the shots
  • ocean(s) of (something)
  • ahead of one's time
  • pay dirt
  • a falling-out (with someone)
  • possessed by (something)

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