Idioms

walk all over (an opponent)
to win a game easily
We walked all over the other team at the soccer tournament.
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  • walk all over (someone)
  • walk away with (something)
  • walk of life
  • walk off with (something)
  • walk on air
  • walk on eggshells/eggs
  • walk out
  • walk out of (something)
  • walk the floor
  • walk the plank
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  • very last
  • tire (someone) out or tire out (someone)
  • speak one`s piece
  • wild about (someone or something)
  • for all intents and purposes
  • let (someone) off (easy)
  • jam on the brakes
  • lose one's head (over someone or something)
  • add up (to something)
  • mind one's manners

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