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'cut one off /loosen grip'

'Cut one off, or loosen grip'. Meaning if someone asks you to do something for them and you accept, but you then just don't do it. We have an idiom that translates something around the lines of 'he ...
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equivalent to 'my Liver lobes'

In arabic, the organ 'the liver' has a noticeable role in language as does 'the heart'. For example, We say, in the heart of the city. But we also say, Zuhr prayer begins when the sun is at the liver ...
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'Not to be taken as a standard'

Is this correct to say or is there another idiom or saying for it in english. 'Not to be taken as a standard to evaluate smb or smth.' Like if a team who wasn't expected to lose a friendly and ...
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'Brew' for a hot drink. Internationally understood?

I'm working on a business case for a startup that is related to making a coffee/tea. The brand website should be internationally recognizable but not include the terms tea or coffee. I've been ...