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  • Too much of a good thing

    Meaning: Excess may do you harm.

  • You'll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent

    Meaning: An early TV advertising slogan for Pepsodent toothpaste, in use in the USA and UK from the late 1940s to 1960s.

  • Tall story

    Meaning: An untrue and unbelievable story.

  • Go-faster

    Meaning: Any peripheral and pointless device which is added to a product to make it appear to perform better.

  • A diamond is forever

    Meaning: Advertising slogan for De Beers' diamonds.

  • Foul play

    Meaning: Dishonest or treacherous behaviour; also violent conduct.

  • Fly by the seat of one's pants

    Meaning: Decide a course of action as you go along, using your own initiative and perceptions rather than a predetermined plan or mechanical aids.

  • A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush

    Meaning: It's better to have the certainty of a small thing than the possibility of a greater one which may come to nothing.

  • Grand slam

    Meaning: Winning all that's on offer in a sports competition, e.g. all the tricks in a game of bridge, or the all the major competitions in a sport in a single year - especially associated with tennis and golf. More generally, any all-out achievement.

  • Get the pip

    Meaning: Become irritated or annoyed.

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