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  • boils down to —  Essence; most important considerations.  ► “ It essentially boils down to the company’s size and financial strength, embodied in its triple A rating a coveted designation that grows rarer almost by the month.” (Investment Dealers Digest, May 29 …   American business jargon

  • boils — bɔɪl n. swelling, blister; changing of water from a liquid to a gas, point when water changes from a liquid to a gas v. change from a liquid to a gas; make something change from a liquid to a gas; cook …   English contemporary dictionary

  • BOILS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • a watched pot never boils — 1848 GASKELL Mary Barton II. xiv. What’s the use of watching? A watched pot never boils. 1880 M. E. BRADDON Cloven Foot III. viii. Don’t you know that vulgar old proverb that says that ‘a watched pot never boils’? 1940 C. BOOTHE Europe in Spring… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • a watched pot never boils — ◇ The expression a watched pot never boils means that time passes very slowly when you are waiting for something to happen if that is the only thing you are thinking about. • • • Main Entry: ↑boil a watched pot never boils see ↑boil, 1 • • • Main …   Useful english dictionary

  • watched pot never boils — If you watch or wait for something to get done or to happen, it seems to take forever. A proverb. * /Jane was nine months pregnant and Tom hovered over her anxiously. She said, You might as well go away and play some golf. A watched pot never… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • watched pot never boils — If you watch or wait for something to get done or to happen, it seems to take forever. A proverb. * /Jane was nine months pregnant and Tom hovered over her anxiously. She said, You might as well go away and play some golf. A watched pot never… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • watched\ pot\ never\ boils — proverb If you watch or wait for something to get done or to happen, it seems to take forever. Jane was nine months pregnant and Tom hovered over her anxiously. She said, You might as well go away and play some golf. A watched pot never boils,… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • what it boils down to — what it really means, the bottom line    What it boils down to is this: we don t have enough money …   English idioms

  • someone's blood boils — (someone s) blood boils make (someone s) blood boil to make someone very angry. His blood boiled when he thought about how unfairly he d been treated …   New idioms dictionary

  • blood boils — (someone s) blood boils make (someone s) blood boil to make someone very angry. His blood boiled when he thought about how unfairly he d been treated …   New idioms dictionary

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