Idioms

hammer (something) home or hammer home (something)
to try hard to make someone understand something
The speaker tried to hammer home the importance of treating the customers with respect.
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  • hammer away at (someone or something)
  • hammer out (something) or hammer (something) out
  • hand (something) down to (someone) or hand down (something) to (someone)
  • hand (something) to (someone) on a silver platter
  • hand down (something) or hand (something) down
  • hand down a decision
  • hand in (something) or hand (something) in
  • hand in glove with (someone)
  • hand in hand
  • hand it to (someone)
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  • drop out of (something)
  • true to form
  • feel at home
  • run out of patience
  • kick up a fuss/storm
  • keep (something) down or keep down (something)
  • (at one's) wit`s end
  • ask for the moon
  • teacher's pet
  • on top of the world

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