Idioms

work off (something) or work (something) off
to make something go away (especially by working or exercise)
I was able to work off much weight and am now feeling better.
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  • work on (someone)
  • work one`s fingers to the bone
  • work out
  • work out (for the best)
  • work out (something) or work (something) out
  • work over (someone) or work (someone) over
  • work up (someone) or work (someone) up
  • work up (something) or work (something) up
  • work up to (something)
  • work wonders (with someone or something)
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  • pick up the tab
  • cross the Rubicon
  • keep up with the Joneses
  • thumb one`s nose at (someone or something)
  • stand on one`s own two feet
  • in the clear
  • run counter to (something)
  • lower one's sights
  • let on (something)
  • play the devil's advocate

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