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English Slang Idioms (273)

"I can't figure Emma out. We are all broke and stressed from too much studying, too much work and not enough sleep. Emma, on the other hand, acts like she doesn't have a ......... in the world," Rachel said to Amanda.
"I don't know what I am going to do. Now that I am getting kicked out of the Army, my future is looking pretty .......... How am I going to get a job with a less-than-honorable discharge on my record?" Davis asked Mike.
"I don't like how Gina always looks down her ......... at people. She seems to think she is superior to everyone and I can't see what is so special about her," Lacy said to Marsha.
"How about this: I will ......... into your case myself and give you a call as soon as I know what is going on and what we can do for you," the manager told the customer.
"I guess your talk with the boss went well you look as satisfied as the ......... that ate the canary," Beth told Andrew.
She couldn't believe the change one good night's sleep could make on a person's appearance. She had looked like an unrecognizable ghoul the night before and now she looked like ......... again.
"I put the report on your desk. If you could look it ......... and let me know what you think by the end of today, I would appreciate it very much," the customer service representative said to the analyst.
"I lost my disk that has my report on it. If you could be on the ......... for it while you are cleaning, I would be thankful," Lisa said to her roommate.
"I am sorry that you got bad grades in your first semester of college. Don't lose ........., though. You will do better next time with a little hard work. Look at it as a learning experience," David's dad told him.
"It is too bad that we didn't bring water with us to the camp site. Let's not lose our ......... over it, though. We don't have to pack up and go home. There is a stream about a tenth of a mile from here and we can get water there," Jim said to his friends.