two wrongs don't make a right definition, two wrongs don't make a right meaning | English dictionary

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Collaborative Dictionary     English Definition
exp.
expression used when referring to something that is unlikely to happen soon (not in the time interval that one can resist holding his breath)
E.g.: "Will the economy recover any soon?" - "Don't hold your breath."
exp.
make a sensational announcement
[Fig.] E.g.: Today's newspapers dropped a bomb about the President's past.
v.
take a decision based on one's subjective conclusions, when objective evidence is not available
id.
make a lot of efforts to understand something
exp.
consider that two parties don't owe anything to each other
exp.
I have no idea; I don't have a clue
[Informal] E.g.: Why was she upset? - Beats me!
n.
means a liquid is not clear: this tea's got bits in it, I don't like yogurt with bits in it
assez proche de l'idée de 'il y a à boire et à manger'
adj.
relative to people who are attached but don't want to be too intimate with someone on whom they are dependent
psychology
adj.
term used for describing the lifestyle of married or unmarried long-term couples who don't live under the same roof
[Psych.] acronym: LAT. e.g LAT couples, LAT relationships
exp.
the impossibility to make a good quality product using bad quality materials
n.
çà m'est égal
n.
çà ne me dit pas grand_chose
nnpl.
to make a hole in ground, with a spade for example
n.
1. using copyright law to make a piece of work freely available and allowing its free distribution and modification (as long as its derivate versions follow the same copyright rules)
n.
remnants of disputes that make a relationship between people or companies difficult to maintain, even without an open dispute
n.
les bons comptes font les bons amis
v.
be exactly right
[Fam.] Ex.: Her guess was right on the money.
n.
legal exclusive right of a person in pure virtual property which he can dispose of with its free will.
[Tech.];[Leg.]
v.
make something succeed strongly and rapidly
exp.
if you can't be arsed to do something, you can't be bothered to do it (you are too lazy to do it)
colloquial, British, very common
exp.
to do two things at the same time using the effort needed to do only one
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