Case By Case :
Cannot Back It :
Unable to perform an act, duty or a job
Cannot Hold A Candle :
If something cannot hold a candle to something else, it is much worse.
Cannot See The Forest for Its Trees :
If someone cannot see the forest for its trees, they are too focused on specific details to see the picture as a whole.
Canary in Coal Mine :
A canary in a coal mine is an early warning of danger.
Capital Punishment :
Card Up Your Sleeve :
If you have a card up your sleeve, you have a surprise plan or idea that you are keeping back until the is right.
A Carpetbagger is an opportunist without any scruples or ethics or a politician who wants to represent a place they have no connection with.
Carrot and Stick :
If someone offers a carrot and stick, they offer an incentive to do something combined with the threat of punishment.
Carry The Can :
If you carry the can, you take the blame for something even though you did not do it or are only partly at fault.
Case By Case :
If things are done case by case, each situation or issue is handled separately on its own merits and demerits.
Case In Point :
Meaning an instance of something has just occurred that was previously discussed.
A person may have told another that something always happens. Later that day, they see it happening and the informer might say, ‘case in point’.
Cash In Your Chip :
If you cash in your chips, you sell something to get what profit you can because you think its value is going to fall.
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