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English Slang Idioms (409)

"I don't believe in evolution, but I know most people do. Still, I don't want to ......... out as the only one to disagree," Jesse said to Paul.
"It's better to use Robertson-head screws when you need a long screw and are screwing into hardwood. The driver has more of the screw to grab onto than a Philips-head screw," Paul explained. "I guess that stands to .........," Chris replied.
"All of those who agree that we should work extra hard this weekend so that we don't have to work during the Christmas vacation, stand up and be .........!" the First Sergeant said to the company.
"Bill, you've been my best friend for many years. I am getting married in two weeks. Will you ......... up for me and be my best man?" Axel asked.
"Your friend Mike is pretty ........., isn't he? I tried to talk to him a few times, but he either gives me one-word answers or doesn't answer at all. I can tell he doesn't like people very much," Maxine said to Jerry.
"Matt's such a pain. He always has to be the ......... of everything he does. It's 'Look at me! Look at me!' any time we're doing something together," Josephine said to Stan.
"Chloe is in love with your brother, you know. You can see the stars in her ......... every time you mention his name," Chloe's mom said to Jennifer.
"Why do you keep trying to start ......... with my sister? Every time she comes around, you insult her or abuse her. What did she ever do to you?" Dave asked Caroline.
"How does it feel now that your own mistakes are ......... you in the face? Do you still feel that you're better than everyone around you?" Dan asked his egotistical brother.
"Technology has come a long way since I was a kid. Take that state-of-the-......... music player you just bought: it'll hold 2000 songs! The players I grew up with would hold maybe five songs," Arthur told his grandson.