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1

It's just not cricket

The phrase "it's just not cricket" is used in English to say that something is unfair or dishonest. (I can't believe that you got a ticket for the party and I didn't. It's just not cricket.) (Diana admitted that she cheated in her A Level exams to get a place in a top university. It's just not cricket.)

2

it's just not on

another way of saying something is unfair or dishonest (Peter calls in sick every morning, it's just not on.)

3

bushy

bushy hair or fur grows thickly (She is showing her bushy pussy.)

4

hold your tongue

If someone tells you to hold your tongue it means they want you to stop talking, because they don't like what you are saying. (I'm going to have to hold my tongue because I keep saying what I think and people get upset!) (I had to tell Jane to hold her tongue; what she was saying didn't help us move forward in our planning meeting.)

5

a slip of the tongue

If you make a slip of the tongue, you pronounce a word incorrectly or you say something you didn't mean to say. (I meant to tell her she was fun not fat; it was just a slip of the tongue!)

6

camouflage

a way of hiding sth especially soldiers and military equipment by using paint, leaves to make it look like the things around it (Some types of chameleon change their skin color as camouflage.) (Soldiers usually learn camouflage techniques.)

7

revert

go back to, to return back to a situation that existed in the past (Chameleon reverts to a default color that merges with their habitat.)

8

freckle

freckle is small brown spots on sb's skin especially in their face

9

tush

the part of your body that you sit on

10

arousal

excitement, especially sexual excitement

11

sizzling

very hot, boiling, exciting especially in a sexual way

12

wind down

get relaxed (I listen to music to wind down before sleep.)