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2000 bilingual phrases – 38
1. When did you have your ears pierced?
2. It's as clean as a new pin.
3. You could have heard a pin drop.
4. There is something wrong, but I can't pin it down.
5. They tried to pin the robbery on him.
6. How can I pin this poster on the wall?
7. I take what you say with a pinch of salt.
8. Do your new shoes pinch?
9. I had my cassette player pinched.
10. When his savings ran out he began to feel the pinch.
11. I'm afraid we'll have to pinch pennies.
12. Feelings were raised to a high pitch.
13. He ran full pitch into the door.
14. We pitched the tent.
15. The ship pitched and rolled.
16. Let's all go to my place.
17. I knew his face but I couldn't place him.
18. This is plain madness.
19. He made it plain that he won't accept it.
20. That is the plain truth.
21. Send it in a plain envelope.
22. She is very plain.
23. I'll tell you in plain English.
24. It all went according to plan.
25. It was handed to him on a silver plate.
26. I like fair play, I won't stand for foul play.
27. My aunt plays the piano by ear.
28. We are going to play 'Othello'.
29. Don't play a dirty trick on him.
30. You have played your part very well.
31. Don't play the fool, will you?
32. This tennis court plays very slow.
33. What's playing at the theatre?
34. You are playing on my nerves.
35. There's too much play in the clutch.
36. He was as pleased as Punch.
37. I take great pleasure in reading.
38. The country will honour its pledges.
39. I pledged myself to do it. I pledged my word.
40. I'm pledged to secrecy.