Bottom Line :
Bone of Contention :
If there is an issue that always causes tension and arguments, it is a bone of contention.
Bone to Pick :
If you have a bone to pick with someone, you are annoyed about something they have done and want to tell them how you feel.
It is a colloquial word for wild and dense brush
It also indicates rural country and the backwoods.
Boot is On The Other Foot. :
When the boot is on the other foot, a person who was in a position of weakness is now in a position of strength.
Born to The Purple :
Someone who is born to the purple is born in an aristocratic or a royal family.
Born With A Silver Spoon in Your Mouth :
If you are born with a silver spoon in your mouth, you are born into a rich family.
Both Ends Meet :
If you make both ends meet, you live off the money you earn and do not go into debt.
Bottom Line :
In accountancy, the bottom line is net income and is used idiomatically to mean the conclusion.
Bounce Ideas :
If you bounce ideas off someone, you share your ideas with them to know whether they think they would work.
Bounce Off The Walls :
If someone’s bouncing off the walls, they are very excited about something.
Bouquet of Orchids :
If someone deserves a bouquet of orchids, he or she has done something worthy of praise.
Box and Dice :
Box and Dice means everything.
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