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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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what you get is what you never thought you had what you may call it what you see is all you get what you see is what you get what'd what'll what's what's a spline? what's been shaking what's buzzin', cousin what's cooking what's done is done what's eating what's eating someone what's eating you what's going down what's good for general motors is good for the country what's good for the country is good for general motors, and vice versa what's good for the goose is good for the gander what's got into what's got into someone what's in a name? that which we call a rose / by any other name would smell as sweet what's it to you what's new what's shaking what's the big idea what's the good of what's the good word what's the haps what's the idea what's the matter what's the scam what's up what's what
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