work on (someone)
to have an effect on someone, to try to influence someone
I am working on my boss to give me some time off this summer.
work one`s fingers to the bone
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)
make a bed
do a land-office business
meet one's end/death
bring (something) into question
stand over (someone or something)
rustle (something) up or rustle up
play tricks on (someone)
give chase to (someone or something)
throw one's hands up in despair
come out with (something)
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