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drop one's guard — ► drop one s guard abandon a previously watchful attitude. Main Entry: ↑drop … English terms dictionary
drop one's bundle — (Aust sl) To lose one s nerve, to give up • • • Main Entry: ↑bundle … Useful english dictionary
drop one's bundle Austral./NZ — informal go to pieces. → bundle … English new terms dictionary
drop one's aitches — ► drop one s aitches fail to pronounce the letter h at the beginning of words. Main Entry: ↑aitch … English terms dictionary
drop one's aitches — To fail to pronounce initial aitches on words • • • Main Entry: ↑aitch * * * fail to pronounce the letter h at the beginning of words, a common feature of dialect speech … Useful english dictionary
drop one's aspirates — To omit to pronounce the sound of h • • • Main Entry: ↑aspire … Useful english dictionary
drop one's guts — Vrb phrs. To break wind. Occasionally shortened to just drop one . E.g. Jesus! What a stink, have you just dropped one? … English slang and colloquialisms
drop one’s cookies — tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (See also toss one’s cookies.) □ The runner went off to the side and dropped her cookies. □ If you feel like you’re going to drop your cookies, don’t do it on the carpet … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
drop one's daks — vb Australian to take off one s trousers. An Australian ism (Daks is a trademark for a brand of casual slacks especially popular in the early 1960s in Britain and Australia). A catchphrase from The Adventures of Barry McKenzie, the cartoon strip… … Contemporary slang
drop one's guard — abandon one s habitual defensive or watchful stance. → drop … English new terms dictionary