Idioms

quite a number
much or many
Quite a number of the teachers agreed to use the new textbooks.
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  • quote a price
  • rack one`s brains
  • racked with pain
  • rail at (someone) about (something)
  • rain (something) out or rain out (something)
  • rain cats and dogs
  • rain on (someone's) parade
  • rain or shine
  • raise a fuss
  • raise a hand against (someone or something)
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  • tell (someone) off or tell off (someone)
  • keep (something) down or keep down (something)
  • cast one's vote
  • eat away at (someone)
  • run to (an amount of money)
  • up one`s sleeve
  • know-it-all
  • have it made
  • join hands
  • so still you can hear a pin drop

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