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English Slang Idioms (431)

"I should try to graduate from university next year, but I think I'm going to take a year off to go to Europe while I'm still young and time is on my .........," Laurie said to Stacey.
"I'm sorry. I had something to say, but that siren outside made me lose my ......... of thought," Luke said to Cathy.
"Sure, you can help me figure out how to build this gazebo. Two ......... are always better than one," Derrick said to Ralph.
"I'm not surprised that our transportation expenses are getting out of control. I've been expecting that problem to rear its ugly ......... for quite a while," Jack said to Jason.
"I can't believe that Bob's asking $30 for that 9-volt power drill. I wouldn't give him a red ......... for that thing-- it doesn't have enough power to screw into a balsa block!" John exclaimed to Marcus.
"Will you watch my plants for a week? I'm catching the red-......... flight back here on Sunday and I'll be home by abouttwo o'clock," Danny said to George.
"That movie star freaked out and hit a policeman when he asked her to wait in line instead of barging to the front? This is going to be a red-......... day for the paparazzi," Grant said to Eugene.
I should've recognized the red ......... that kept popping up around my ex-boyfriend and asked him why he was still unemployed. It turns out that he has a problem with authority and can't hold down a job for more than a week.
Soldiers are forbidden to visit the red ......... districts in other countries. Not only does it tarnish the reputation of the army, but those places are also dangerous for foreigners.
"George knows so much about nearly everything. He can ......... off information for hours on almost any topic," his girlfriend proudly told her friends.