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Amount To Something »
(become something important...)


Amount To The Same Thing »
(the two are equal; there is no difference between them...)


Set Someone Back Some Amount Of Money »
(one had to pay that amount of money; it cost that much...)


A Drop In The Bucket »
(it does not matter; it is a small amount; it seems like a very small amount...)


A Drop In The Ocean »
(it seems like a very small amount...)


A Great Deal »
(very much; a lot; a large amount...)


A Landslide Victory »
(won by a large amount; a huge victory...)


A Lick Of Work »
(a small amount of work...)


A Little Bit »
(a small amount; not a lot...)


Breaking Even »
(getting back the same amount of money that you spend...)


Even Steven »
(children's saying which means both have the same amount...)


Float A Loan »
(put up an amount of money to be loaned...)


Split Something Fifty Fifty »
(share so that both get the same amount...)


Split The Difference »
(share the amount that is extra...)


Take A Licking »
(to lose by a large amount...)




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