|pad the bill
||add false expenses
||He always tries to pad the bill when he goes on a business trip.
|pain in the neck
||My girlfriend’s best friend is a pain in the neck.
|pain in the neck
||Dealing with my neighbor is always a pain in the neck.
|paint oneself into a corner
||put yourself into a bad situation
||Try not to paint yourself into a corner at work today.
|paint the town red
||have a good time
||We decided to go out and paint the town red after work.
||lie about and dispose of
||He tried to palm off his old television set as new and reliable.
||I hope that your plans to go back to school pan out.
|par for the course
||what is expected
||He was late for work again which has become par for the course.
|part and parcel
||an important part
||The house he bought was part and parcel of a much larger piece of land.
||The old leader is expected to pass away soon.
||Tell me if you think the report will pass muster.
||The salesperson tried to pass off that the diamond was real.
||She tries to pass on her old clothes to her younger sister.
||The old leader is expected to pass on soon.
||She is going to pass out if she drinks any more sake.
|pass the buck
||shift responsibility to others
||He usually tries to pass the buck when there is a problem.
|pat on the back
||Try to do good work without expecting a pat on the back.
||We have been trying to patch up this relationship.
||focus on and listen
||You should pay attention to what the teacher is saying.
||reduce the balance owed to zero on
||The homeowner was able to pay off the loan early.
||The business plan began to pay off and the profits of the company increased.
||The company tried to pay off the politician.
||The company is expecting a big pay-off from this new product.
|pay through the nose
||pay a lot of money
||She had to pay through the nose for her textbooks.
|pick someone up
||come and get you
||What time do you want me to pick you up?
|piece of cake
||My friends said her tests are a piece of cake.
|piece of the action
||share in the activity
||The investors knew the company would make money and they all wanted a piece of the action.
|plays a mean
||performs well on
||He plays a mean violin.
|pop for something
||It is my turn to pop for the doughnuts.
||The players are really psyched up for the game on Friday.
||excited and ready
||The players are really pumped up for the game.
||II am going to push off now.
||Yeah, I usually put off doing homework until the last minute.
||It was an elaborate put on which I almost believed.
|put the moves on
||You should give up trying to put the moves on her.
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