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be a pill

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a pillbe a pillAmerican English informalANNOY if someone, especially a child, is a pill, they are annoying Luke can be a real pill sometimes. pill
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be a pillWhat investors in drug firms really need is a pill to calm their nerves.These may either be addictive themselves or may reinforce the view that there is a pill for every ill.There are pills, one for every morning which you take each morning on the way to work.
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