Idioms

had best (do something)
should do something, ought to do something
I had best go home soon as I want to get up early tomorrow morning.
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  • had better (do something)
  • hail from (somewhere)
  • hale and hearty
  • half the battle
  • half-baked
  • halfhearted
  • halfhearted about (someone or something)
  • ham it up
  • hammer (something) home or hammer home (something)
  • hammer away at (someone or something)
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  • in a rut
  • What`s cooking?
  • sight unseen
  • keep track of (someone or something)
  • say (something) under one's breath
  • beat the tar out of (someone)
  • to the tune of (an amount of money)
  • no go
  • a fly in the ointment
  • in good repair

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    Barack Obama

    Bye bye president bush

    On 4 November 2008, Obama made history. He secured 52.9 per cent of the popular vote. The new President assembled his team making his old adversary, Hillary Clinton, secretary of state.Within days he ordered the military to start preparing to withdraw from Iraq, a war started by Bush. He also reversed Bushs ban on federal funding to foreign establishments allowing abortion. He would also later reverse Bushs limitations on funding stem cell research and repeal a two decade old law of Dont Ask Dont Tell that banned openly gay people from the military. And in a country where many deny climate change, Obama championed alternative energy. But ever the politician, he saved the troubled car industry, securing jobs: And future votes.

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