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Idioms with Letter T

(the) Tail is wagging the dog: a small or unimportant group is controlling the large group: (to) Take issue with someone / something: to disagree with someone or something: Tail off: to gradually lessen: Take a dim view: to not approve of something; to see something negatively:

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