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I have skin in this particular game now.
Teach me a new
/ˈkʌmbɚsəm/ adj. – hard to handle or manage because of size or weight.
: Middle English
These hazmat suits feel very
I dropped a stack of books because they were very
The requirements for the job are quite
Frequency of Usage:
Teach me a new
/ˈʃʊk/ emotionally or physically upset; shocked or surprised. You cannot believe what you’re seeing.
Have you seen Sarah's hair today? Man, I am
Teach Me a New
Have skin in the game
– to have a personal investment in something and a desire to see it succeed.
Pilots might do worse in simulators because they don’t
have skin in the game
actress' body found in lake.
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She was able to save her son before drowning.
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