习惯用语

whip together

Whip together

whip together: to produce or prepare (something) very quickly She whipped together a quick lunch They had little time to...

You are on a roll

You are on a roll

Experiencing a particularly successful period, without any setbacks or low points. If you are on a roll, you are making...

left and right

left and right

If something happens left and right, it happens everywhere, usually without a plan or pattern. Traditional retail stores are shutting down...

business as usual

business as usual

an unchanging state of affairs despite difficulties or disturbances.

out there (slang)

out there (slang)

Someone or something that is out-there is very extreme or unusual. unconventional or eccentric

back with a bang

With a bang

in a sudden and exciting way The movie begins/starts with a bang and never slows down.

Hang tight

US, informal : to wait before doing anything Investors are being advised to hang tight until the stock market rebounds

geek out

Geek out

To enthuse about a specific topic, not realizing that most people listening will fail to understand it.The act of becoming...

Blow One’s Chance/Blow One’s Shot

Blow One’s Chance/Blow One’s Shot

To ruin, mishandle, or fail to capitalize on an opportunity. But then many entrepreneurs blow their best shot at freedom...

Take a/the Day off

to decide not to work on a particular day A day off means a day off working. clock in: register...

Rub it in your face

1. To make someone feel worse about an already bad, unpleasant, or undesirable situation or outcome 2. To flaunt one’s...

keep under wraps

keep under wraps

Concealed or secret, as in The design for the new plant is under wraps. This idiom frequently is put as...

Get off your tails

Get off your tails

get off one’s tails: That’s a long time, and we only heard rumors because another very large operating system vendor...

Hell Bent on Doing Something

hell bent on doing something: be determined to do something.

Pinch, Half Inch

pinch: half inch: to steal