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a drop in the bucket a small amount compared to what is needed.
barge in to enter or interrupt in a rude or clumsy way.
believe in to be completely certain that something really exists or is true. [2 definitions]
blue in the face exhausted from too much effort or activity.
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth born to rich parents.
break in to enter by force and illegally. [2 definitions]
brother-in-law the brother of one's husband or wife. [2 definitions]
built-in built as a permanent part of something larger; not able to be moved.
bury one's head in the sand to avoid the truth.
cap in hand with meekness and respect; in a humble manner.
cave in to fall in or sink in. [2 definitions]
cave-in a falling inward; collapse.
chime in to interrupt suddenly; add one's opinion.
chip in to give money or effort. [2 definitions]
close in on to come near to or surround in order to capture.
clue in to provide with information or make aware.
come out in the wash to turn out in a satisfactory way.
daughter-in-law the wife of one's son.
done in (informal) very tired; worn out.
drive-in any business that serves people who drive up and are seated in their cars.