Idioms: don't put all your eggs in one basket -- done it all

don't look a gift horse in the mouth do not complain if a gift is not perfect; take what you've been given without criticism or emphasis on its worth. Be happy. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
don't put all your eggs in one basket do not invest all the money in one company Balance your investments. Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
don't rock the boat do not cause a change, do not upset anybody If the team is winning, don't rock the boat. Don't change anything.
don't sweat it do not worry about it, you can't saw sawdust If you did your best but didn't win a medal, don't sweat it.
don't teach your grandmother how to suck eggs do not tell me what I know, do not say what is obvious You, a history major, telling me, a war veteran, about war? Don't teach your grandmother how to suck eggs!
don't think so do not believe it is so, think not "Do you have dandruff?" "I don't think so."
don't want to go there do not want to talk about it, it is not a pleasant topic My divorce? We don't want to go there. It's ugly!
done for defeated, beaten, hopeless We were done for until Tim hit a home run and we won the game.
done good did well, performed well, did good After watching the race, his dad said, "You done good, Son."
done in very tired, dead tired, all in After the roundup, the old-timer was done in - exhausted.
done it all had a lot of experience, done every activity We need a manager who's done it all - done all the jobs.
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