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air one's dirty linen/laundry
[air one's dirty linen/laundry] {v.} To discuss private matters in public.

all mouth and no trousers
[all mouth and no trousers] {n.} All talk and no action, […]

all piss and wind
[all piss and wind] {n.} All talk and no action. Originally […]

all to cock
[all to cock] {adj.} (Or [all a-cock]) Unsatisfactory, mixed up.

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[anchors] {n.} Brakes. "Slam on the anchors" to brake really hard.

[argy-bargy] {n.} An argument or confrontation.

[arse] {n.} 1. The buttocks. 2. Someone who acts in a […]

arse about
[arse about] {n.} Mess around or waste time (17th C).

arse about face
[arse about face] Back to front.