Long Shot :
Lock Stock and Barrel :
With bag and baggage, completely
Long Face :
Someone with a long face is sad or depressed about something.
Long in The Tooth :
If someone is long in the tooth, they are a bit too old to do something.
Long Shot :
If something is a long shot, there is only a very small chance of success.
Long Time No Hear :
The speaker could say this when they have not heard form a person, either through phone calls or emails for a long time.
Long Time No See :
This means that the speaker has not seen that person for a long time.
Look After Number 1 :
You are number one so this idiom means that you should think about yourself first rather than worrying about other people.
Look After The Pennies and The Pounds Will Look After Themselves :
If you look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves meaning that if someone takes care not to waste small amounts of money, they will accumulate capital.
Look Before You Leap :
This idiom means that you should think carefully about the possible results or consequences before doing something.
Look On The Bright Side :
If you look on the bright side, you try to see things in an optimistic way, especially when something has gone wrong.
Look Out For Number One :
If you look out for number one, you take care of yourself and your interests rather than those of other people.
Look What The Cat Dragged In :
This idiom is used when someone arrives somewhere looking a mess or flustered and bothered.
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