English Slang Idioms (198)

Please choose the most appropriate answer for each sentence.
  • 1
    "I am not afraid of you and I don't think anything you do can cost me my job. So, if you want to tell boss I am slacking off or something, do your .....," Kim said to Gina.
  • 2
    "How was your date with Lisa last night? Do .....," Misty told her brother.
  • 3
    "The auto shop ..... me out of five bucks by charging me for the same part twice. I am going to go down there and get the five bucks back," John told his wife.
  • 4
    "I don't think we should rehire Tom. He always does his work by ...... He either doesn't complete his tasks or he cuts corners and does the work in a very sloppy fashion," Bill told Fred.
  • 5
    "We have all of the evidence to convict you for burglary. You are going to do ..... for this," the policeman told the criminal.
  • 6
    They really ..... it up this year. The party was a huge success since they had arranged for caterers, transportation, dancing, and live music.
  • 7
    "I could give up my TV and my bicycle but I couldn't do ..... my guitar," John told Wesley.
  • 8
    American businessmen are known for having an aggressive do-or-..... attitude toward business.
  • 9
    The leftovers from the restaurant were good but a little bland. He decided to ..... up the chicken dish with some garlic, basil, oregano, and sage to add more flavor.
  • 10
    "Jim hates the fact that I am better than he was at sales and is scared I will take his job. He has ..... me every step of the way since I started here. He keeps hoping that he will scare me off but it won't work. I am going to do a good job - with or without him," Lisa told Alison.

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