TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PUT ONE'S HOUSE IN ORDER»
The term «put one's house in order» is used very little and occupies the 167.221
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PUT ONE'S HOUSE IN ORDER»
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The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, Second Edition
2. put one's house in order Arrange one's affairs, as in Stop meddling in your
daughter's business and putyour own house in order. This metaphoric term
appears in slightly different form in the Bible (Isaiah 38:1): “Set thine house in
English idioms for Spanish speakers
... table 42 to put one's foot down 103 to put one's foot in one's mouth 103 to put
one's house in order 199 to put one's oar in 192 to put oneself out 218 to put out
218 to put someone on the spot 262 to put someone up 218 to put (lay) the blame
Eugene Savaiano, Lynn W. Winget, 2007
Idiomatic Expressions with English Grammar' 99 Ed.
... ONE'S BEST FOOT FORWARD PUT ONE'S CARDS ON THE TABLE PUT
ONE'S FINGER ON PUT ONE'S FOOT DOWN PUT ONE'S FOOT INTO ONE'S
MOUTH PUT ONE'S HAND TO PUT ONE'S HOUSE IN ORDER PUT ONE'S
NOSE OUT ...
"Making a Way Out of No Way": Martin Luther King's Sermonic ...
And now he applies the proverbial phrase "to put one's house in order" to the
countries of the West who are in a position to help ease poverty elsewhere. Of
course, he adds even more strength to his argument by also using the proverbial
American English Compendium
Put one's house in order, To. To arrange one's affairs, often prior to death or a
long trip. Rob Peter to pay Paul. To take something (usually money) from one
source and use it for an unintended beneficiary. Equiv.: Sp.Descubrir un santo
Sterling Dictionary of Idioms
... fire be in wholehearted agreement with someone We got along like a house on
fire the minute we met. put one's house in order set right one's own management
Before discussing the ills of our company you 'd better put your house in order.
21st Century American English Compendium: A Portable Guide ...
LT acceptable. To take risks; to put oneself in grave danger. Put one's house in
order, To. To arrange one's affairs, often prior to death or a long trip. Rob Peter to
pay Paul. To take something (usually money) from one source and use it for an ...
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... thick 121 put it over on 121 □ put it there 122 a put off 115 : put on 115 I ; put
on airs 1 20 , I put on the market 120 □ put on weight . . . .' 1 20 □ put one's
finger on 122 : ] put one's hand to 122 D put one's house in order ... 122 I ! put out'
The Sterling Book of Idioms
... they get on like a house on fire. to set/put one's house in order to set right one's
own mismanagement Before discussing the ills ofour company, you 'd better put
your house in order. to raise a hue and cry general alarm or loud public protest; ...
A Dictionary of Anglo-American Proverbs & Proverbial ...
To set (put) one's house in order (MP 330) 1888 "my last hours will enable me to
set my house in order." (p. 227) Southworth, E. D. E. N. The Hidden Hand, or
Capitola the Madcap. 1888. New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University Press,
George B. Bryan, Wolfgang Mieder, 2005