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by ankle express

By walking (to a certain location). My car's in the shop, so we'll have to go to the store by ankle express. It'll take us forever to get there by ankle express! Can't you give us a ride?
See also: ankle, by, express

express (one's) anger

To release or share one's anger in some way. I express a lot of my anger in therapy. He never expressed his anger to me, so I had no idea he was so unhappy.
See also: anger, express

express (oneself)

To share one's thoughts or feelings in a particular way, often through art. I use art therapy as a way to get children to express themselves.
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express (oneself) to (someone) on (someone or something)

To share one's thoughts on someone or something. Well, did you express yourself to David on that problem? He's not a mind-reader, you know. I never expressed myself to anyone on Laura—how did they know I have a crush on her?
See also: express, on

in round numbers

In or as a rounded, approximate number. And what do you think an expansion on the house like that would set us back, in round numbers at least? In round numbers, childcare is going to cost us about $2,000 a month.
See also: number, round

Siberian Express

An extremely cold air mass that originates in Siberia and travels to another country, especially the United States. A play on the name of the rail line. Primarily heard in US. We've been having an unusually warm November, but the temperature is expected to plummet next week once the Siberian Express hits. The entire region has been blasted with cold air by the Siberian Express, with temperatures dipping as low as -10 degrees Fahrenheit.
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by ankle express

Fig. on foot. After my horse was stolen, I had to go by ankle express. It's a five-minute drive, forty minutes by ankle express.
See also: ankle, by, express

express one's anger

to allow a release or expression of anger, such as through angry words, violence, or talking out a problem. Don't keep your emotions inside of you. You have to learn to express your anger. Bob expresses his anger by yelling at people.
See also: anger, express

express (oneself) to someone on something

to say what one thinks about something. I will express myself to Karen on that matter at another time. She expressed herself on Karen to the entire group.
See also: express, on

*in round numbers

 and *in round figures
Fig. as an estimated number; a figure that has been rounded off. (*Typically: be ~; express something ~; write something ~.) Please tell me in round numbers what it'll cost. I don't need the exact amount. Just give it to me in round figures.
See also: number, round

express oneself

Reveal or portray one's feelings or views through speech, writing, some form of art, or behavior. For example, I find it hard to express myself in Italian, or Helen expresses herself through her painting, or Teenagers often express themselves through their attire, haircuts, and the like. [Mid-1500s]
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in round numbers

Also, in round figures. As an approximate estimate. For example, How much will the new highway cost, in round numbers? or In round figures a diamond of this quality is worth five thousand dollars, but it depends on the market at the time of selling . This idiom, which uses round in the sense of "whole" or "rounded off," is sometimes used very loosely, as Thomas Hardy did in Far from the Madding Crowd (1874): "Well, ma'am, in round numbers, she's run away with the soldiers." [Mid-1600s] Also see ballpark figure.
See also: number, round

Siberian express

n. an enormous mass of very cold air moving from Siberia, across the North Pole, and down onto North America. The country braced itself for a return Friday of the Siberian express with temperatures dropping to twenty below in many areas.
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Upon investigation, operatives discovered that PJK Expresser does not hold office at the given address while Arnel Figuerra is not connected with the business establishment occupying the address given in Ortigas.
CYP3A5 "high expressers" account for ~10% of Caucasian, 33% of Japanese, and 55%-70% of African or African-American populations.
The reason is: compared to those who cannot create, artists are compulsive expressers. They cannot help but convey their feelings through their art.
"Expressers significantly underestimated how surprised recipients would be about why expressers were grateful, overestimated how awkward recipients would feel, and underestimated how positive recipients would feel," the researchers added.
In addition to negative and positive tissue results, the validation plan for each antibody included weak expressers, which are essential to confirm antibody sensitivity.
Our assay for the quantification of AR-V7 expression may become an important tool to stratify patients into AR-V7 "high" or "low" expressers or to supply a cutoff value for potential resistance to NHT.
Enhanced total sugar content per plant was observed for glgC and Cg1-glgC expressers as compared to the nontransgenic control, suggesting a potential of the transgenic approach to increase sugar production.
HOXD10 high expressers showed only a 15% survival rate versus 55% survival rate of HOXD10 low expressers (Figure 7(a)).
Thus, the public space could be separated from shopping activities; the number of "expressers" using the space at any given time could be limited by a first-come-first-served basis, rather than by content, to prevent overcrowding, with advance sign-ups available for groups; noise levels could be strictly limited; owners could continue to bar people from engaging in public expression in the rest of the mall; interference with shoppers would be strictly prohibited; etc.