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English Slang Idioms (161)

"Are you alright? Do you want to talk about it? You look all ......... up," Rene said to Jean when she came out of the boss's office.
"Will you come on Saturday to mow my lawn? I will pay you twenty bucks," Iris said to Tommy. Tommy replied, "All ........., I'll come. I'll be there at 10 o'clock."
"Are we ......... set to go?" Mark asked his family as they were getting ready to go to Disney Land.
"Do you want to go to a Chinese restaurant or a Mexican restaurant? Or, we could get seafood if you like?" Abbey asked Alice. "I don't care. It's all the ......... to me. Whichever restaurant you prefer," Alice replied.
"I don't want to go to the races. We are going to go to the lake on Saturday instead. We do what you want to do ......... the time. We are going to the lake and that is final," Bella said to Nathan.
"We need to have more social programs for the poor and the elderly. They need help getting food and housing — among other things," Jay said. Matt replied, "That's all well and ......... the help and the food but where is the money going to come from for the programs?"
"The gig is .......... You are under arrest for embezzlement. We can prove that you have been stealing from your employer. Granted, you have a complex way of going about it but it didn't fool us," Detective Burns told Mr. Hammond.
He wanted to go to a restaurant but few were open since it was Christmas day. He tried to think of some restaurants that were open all year ......... but couldn't think of any. He decided he would have to drive by some to see if they were open.
"I saw you with Steve the other night. You shouldn't date him. He is a total ......... cat. He has dated almost everyone in this town often at the same time — unbeknownst to them," Grace told Katie.
"When figuring out what materials you will need to complete the job, don't forget to ......... for waste," the contractor told Jim.