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English Slang Idioms (432)

"The answers to the problems on the homework don't have to be accurate. You can ......... off to the whole dollar," the Accounting professor told his class.
I guess I should just resign ......... to fate and join the army. My father and my best friend have been urging me to, and now I've got myself into legal trouble, and the judge said I could either go to jail or enlist.
"You don't have to worry about getting your bike back, Ryan. Rest ........., I'll get it back from Tom for you tonight, or things will get ugly," promised Ryan's big brother.
"I'm going to invite my mother to live at our house. I know it'll be hard, but I just can't bear to put her in a(n) ......... home. Who knows what kind of care she'll get?" Bert said to Ellie.
"Will you hold my coffee, honey? I have to go to the rest .........," Kyle said to Abbey.
"This car is old, so it takes quite a bit of time to warm up. We can drive off in it, but just make sure not to ......... up the engine too much for the first ten miles," Jack warned Elena.
"I'm going to have to go down and ride ......... on my little brother. He's in the local bar again, drunk and starting fights," Danny explained to his wife late Tuesday night.
"My brothers are always fighting. I feel like moving out, but I'm going to ......... it out. I can't afford my own place yet," Fred said to Louisa.
"I heard Matt telling you how to fix your car. Don't listen to him; he doesn't know .......... He used to date my sister and he messed her car up really bad," Derrick warned Todd.
"Your friend is riding for a(n) .......... He's been spending more money than he makes and picking fights with the wrong guys. Trouble is coming," Wesley prophesied to Chris.