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Lean and Mean :
An organization that is lean and mean has no excess or unnecessary elements and is very competitive.
Learn The Ropes :
If you are learning the ropes, you are learning how to do something.
Leave No Stone Unturned :
To do one’s utmost
If you look everywhere to find something or try everything to achieve something, you leave no stone unturned.
Leave Well Alone :
If you leave something well alone, you keep a safe distance from it either physically or metaphorically.
Left Hand Does Not Know What The Right Hand is Doing. :
If the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing, then communication within a company or organization or group is so bad that people don’t know what the others are doing.
Left in The Dark :
If you are left in the dark about something, you are not given the information that you should have.
Left to Your Own Devices :
If someone is left to their own devices, they are not controlled and can do what they want.
Left-Handed Compliment :
A left-handed compliment is one that sounds like praise but has an insulting meaning.
Legend in You Own Lunchtime :
Somebody who becomes a legend in their own lifetime acquires fame, but often only to a select or specialist audience while they are still alive.
Lend An Ear :
If you lend an ear, you listen to what someone has to say.
Leopard Can Not Change Its Spots :
This idiom means that people cannot change basic aspects of their character especially negative ones.
Lesser of Two Evils :
Something that is the lesser of two evils is an unpleasant option, but not as bad as the other.
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