Idioms

work over (someone) or work (someone) over
to threaten or beat someone
The criminal gang worked over the storeowner in order to get some money from him.
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  • work up (someone) or work (someone) up
  • work up (something) or work (something) up
  • work up to (something)
  • work wonders (with someone or something)
  • worked up
  • world is one`s oyster
  • worm one's way out of (something)
  • worse for wear
  • worth its weight in gold
  • worth one's while
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  • make up (something/money/time)
  • rake (something) off or rake off (something)
  • Watch it!
  • put forth (an idea/plan/suggestion)
  • strapped for cash
  • open up to (someone)
  • date back to (a previous time)
  • get (something) out of one's system
  • look into (something)
  • in defiance of (someone or something)

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