idioms

run into (an amount of money or something)
to add up to something, to total something, to amount to something
The damage from the storm will run into much money.
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  • run into (someone or something)
  • run into (someone)
  • run into (something - a fact/difficulty/problems/trouble)
  • run into (something)
  • run into a brick wall
  • run like clockwork
  • run low on (something)
  • run off at the mouth
  • run off copies of (something)
  • run off with (someone)
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  • for the heck/hell of it
  • get cold feet
  • so to speak
  • take offense at (someone or something)
  • strictly on the level
  • laugh off (something) or laugh (something) off
  • up to (something)
  • hither and thither
  • bear in mind
  • use (someone or something) as an excuse


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    Confidence in, not to

    Don't Say:
    I have great confidence to you.

    Say:
    I have great confidence in you.

    Note:
    In confidence: Let me Tell you something in confidence (= a secret)
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