Idioms

occur to (someone)
to come into someone's mind (an idea or thought)
It occurred to me that I will not be able to meet my friend on Saturday because I have to go to the airport to meet someone else.

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  • ocean(s) of (something)
  • odd man out
  • odds and ends
  • odor of sanctity
  • of age
  • of all the nerve
  • of all things
  • of benefit to (someone)
  • of course
  • of interest (to someone)
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  • able to do (something) standing on one's head
  • round up (someone or something) or round (someone or something) up
  • highway robbery
  • cast aspersions on (someone)
  • hands down
  • set the world on fire
  • set one's heart on (something)
  • do one's duty
  • trot (something) out or trot out (something)
  • keep (someone) on or keep on (someone)


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