Be in on:
To be a part of; to be involved with; to know about.
ex. "They police are obviously in on the plan."
(1) To be not quite right. ex. "The curry here is usually excellent, but today it's a little off."
(2) To not be at work (To have a day off work)
ex. "I'm off today. Let's do something fun!"
To have a very good/successful performance (usually said of musicians, comics, and other entertainers)
ex. If you go to a concert and a musician is playing or singing really well - you can say "He's really on tonight!"
Be onto (someone):
To realize what someone is doing; to figure out someone's game, trick, etc.
ex. He thought that he had everyone fooled, but I was onto him. (I realized what he was doing)
Be out of:
To have none left.
ex. We're out of milk. = We have no more milk.
Be out to (do something):
To want to (do something). To have the intention of (doing something)
ex. "He's out to kill me!"
To be awake.
ex. "I'm sorry, he's not up yet."
Be up to (something):
To be doing (something); To have something planned.
ex. "What are you up to?", "I can tell that he's up to something."
Bear with (someone):
To be patient with someone.
ex. "Bear with me, I'll be done in about 10 minutes."
To finish ahead of.
ex. "Sandra beat out all the other contestants and finished first in the race."
Beat (someone) up:
To physically harm (someone).
ex. "What happened to you!? One of the school bullies beat meup today."
To say/sing something very loudly.
To leave the ground (when speaking about a rocket).
Blow (someone) away:
To impress someone greatly.
ex. "We were blown away by her performance."