Idioms

leaf through (something)
to look through a book or magazine or newspaper without reading it in detail
I leafed through several magazines in the doctor's office.
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  • leak out (something) or leak (something) out
  • lean on (someone)
  • lean over backwards to (do something or help someone)
  • lean toward (doing something)
  • leap to conclusions
  • learn (something) by heart
  • learn (something) by rote
  • learn (something) from the bottom up
  • learn (something) the hard way
  • learn the ropes
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  • tear up (someone) or tear (someone) up
  • by the nape of the neck
  • have the makings of (something)
  • turn (something) on its ear
  • make a big deal about (something)
  • fast talker
  • dead set against (something)
  • polish the apple
  • dead as a doornail
  • bear (something) out or bear (out) something

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