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tottering steps; drunken staggering.
long line; long queue.
like chalk and cheese (superficially similar, but completely different) (the moon and a turtle shell are both round, but they are otherwise completely different); like day and night; like the difference between heaven and hell.
to be valuable as scrap; to be able to do other work; to have marketable skills.
① to hit the bull's-eye. ② to go as expected; to succeed (e.g. a plan).
condemn the offense, but not the offender.
in passing another (esp. colliding with oncoming traffic, bumping into a person); the moment two persons or objects meet.
① to be a quick worker. ② to be fast in forming relationships with women. ③ to be quick to resort to violence.
to bring up under one's personal care.
to lead someone around by the nose.
strike while the iron is hot.
eloquent and skilled (worker).
the nail that sticks out gets hammered in; the best policy is to keep your head down.
to fold one's arms; to stand and watch (without interfering).
to ease up (on an opponent); to cut corners; to be shoddy.