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  1. I don't know about you guys, but I'm definitely a petrol-head ( that's gear-head for the Americans out there ). I like to bore people to death :wacky: with my knowledge about cars, motorcycles and anything with an engine basically. So, naturally I know some car idioms, or at least car-related idioms, here are a few: "To race through something" - which means to speed up while performing a task, to perform it rapidly. "To take someone for a ride" - meaning to deceive someone. Do you know other car idioms? Please share!
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