A: ace (verb) all right (3) and then some antsy as easy as pie at the eleventh hour B: bad-mouth

(verb) be a piece of cake be all ears be broke be fed up with be in and out be on the go be on the road be over be up and running be used to beat (adj.) beat around the bush beat one's brains out Beats me. bent out of shape before long bite off more than one can chew blabbermouth blow one's top boom box the bottom line blow one's top Break a leg! break someone's heart broke bug (verb) bull-headed buck(s) a bundle burn the midnight oil bushed by one's self by the skin of one's teeth C: call it a day catch one's eye catch some Zs can't make heads or tails of something change one's mind chicken chow chow down a cinch cool (adj.) cost (someone) an arm and a leg couch potato cram crash course Cut it out! Cool it! D: dicey ditch class Don't count your chickens until (before) they hatch (they're hatched). do a bang-up job down in the dumps drag one's feet drop someone a line

E: an eager beaver Easy does it! an egghead elbow grease every other _____ F: far-fetched feel blue feel puny fender-bender fire someone for ages G: get going get it get a kick out of something get on one's nerves get one's wires crossed get out of hand get up and go give someone a hand (2) go with the flow grab a bite H: had ('d) better have (has) got hard feelings hassle have one's hands full have something down pat head honcho hit the books hit the hay hit the sack How come? I: if I had my druthers in over one's head inside out in stock in the black in the red in time J: jump all over someone jump the gun jump to conclusion junk mail K: keep an eye on keep an eye out for keep one's chin up keep one's fingers crossed keep one's nose to the grindstone keep (stay) in touch kid (2) kind of a klutz a know-it-all know something backwards and forward know something inside out

now let her/him lie in it. live from hand to mouth Live and let live.L: let-down lend someone a hand leave well enough alone Let sleeping dogs lie. there. sort of state of the art stay (keep) in touch Step on it! T: take it easy tell a white lie There.) pull an all-nighter pull someone's leg Q: quite a few a quick study R: R and R rain or shine rain cats and dogs read someone's mind rub someone the wrong way run-down (2) S: savvy schmooze sleep on it sooner or later shoot the breeze a snap so-so Someone's made his/her bed.) pretty (adv. tight-fisted a tightwad tough toss something tricky two-faced U: under the weather until hell freezes over until you're blue in the face update upside down up-to-date used to W: Was my face red! wear out one's welcome wet behind the ears What for? What's up? wishy-washy with bells on would just as soon Y: a yes-man You don't say! You've got to be kidding! yucky yummy Z: zilch Zip your lip! . lose track of a low blow lousy M: macho make a mountain out of a mole hill can't make heads or tails of make up one's mind N: No way! nosh Not on your life! now and then nuke nuts O: OK (4) on the cutting edge on the dot on time once in a while over one's head P: pay the piper plastic pop quiz pooped (adj.

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