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Ham handed.= To handle something clumsily.

不器用なやり方。

The Chinese government's handling or their stock market is ham handed.

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Well-heeled.= To be wealthy.

裕福な。

Ashiya is a well-heeled area in Kansai.

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Snowzilla.= Huge snowfall.

大寒波。ブリザード。

When a large snowfall hit New York City, the press reported snowzilla has come.

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Porch pirate.= Someone who steals delivered packages.

配達品泥棒。

There are 23,000,000 cases of porch pirates in America every year.

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No rain, no rainbow.= After bad times come, good times appear.

雨降らずして虹なし(悪いことばかりではない)。

When it rains, I always look for the rainbow.

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Leap year.= Every four years one day is added to February.

うるう年。

Every four years we must work one extra day.

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News junkie.= Crazy about news reports.

ニュースマニア。

In this presidential election, many many people are news junkies.

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A tree hugger.= Someone who loves the ecology.

自然環境を大切に思う人。

America is the full of tree huggers.

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Thick-skinned vs thin-skinned.= A person with thick skin can handle criticism very well without losing their temper. Someone who is thin-skinned is easily upset by criticism.

図太い人 と 過敏な人。

Donald Trump is thin-skinned while his wife is thick-skinned.

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Heads or tails.= Either side.

表か裏か。どちらか。

I can't make heads or tails of many Kanji.

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