Idioms

table a motion
to postpone the discussion of something during a meeting
We tabled a motion to discuss the safety issue at another time.
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  • tag along with (someone)
  • tail between one`s legs
  • tail wagging the dog
  • take (someone or something) at face value
  • take (someone or something) seriously
  • take (someone or something) wrong
  • take (someone or somewhere) by storm
  • take (someone's) breath away
  • take (someone's) part
  • take (someone's) pulse
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  • out of tune
  • up to one's chin
  • as far as possible
  • past master at (something)
  • wind up (something) or wind (something) up
  • put our/your heads together
  • in vain
  • (not) know if one is coming or going
  • pile up
  • not give/care two hoots about (someone or something)

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