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Keeping track of slang and colloquialisms can seem fruitless, but McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions can practically do the work for you. Individual entries cover words from street culture and Internet expressions, as well as older terms. Browsing these colorful and varied terms is both useful and often surprising.
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know something backwards and forwards know something from a hole in the ground know something inside out know something like the back of one's hand know the ropes know the score know the time of day know their mind know their onions know their own mind know their place know what one can do with something know what one is talking about know what's going on know what's what know when to hold them and when to fold them know where it's at know where one stands know where the bodies are buried know which end is up know which side bread is buttered on know which side her bread is buttered on know which side his bread is buttered on know which side my bread is buttered on know which side of one's bread is buttered know which side one bread is buttered on know which side one's bread is buttered on know which side ones bread is buttered on know which side our bread is buttered on know which side their bread is buttered on know which side your bread is buttered on know which way is up know your mind know your onions
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