The most versatile phrasal verb in English, meaning everything
from hurry up and be serious, to, as here, please!
Just him, straight away and back, please.
If a horse Òtrots,Ó it walks fast, though here it used as a transitive
verb meaning to walk the dog. This usage is silly and rare.
Best of . Best winners. Best opposite.
A ÒbreedÓ is a particular animal type. For example, different
dog breeds include Collies, Poodles and German Shepherds.
Not that I didnÕt have a reputation myself, because you
know I was consideredÉ.to be quite the myself.
Casanova was a famous Frenchman
known for having hundreds of lovers.
IÕve got the two left feet. :: I thought he was !
ÒTo kidÓ about something is to joke
about it or not talk about it seriously.
They had a for me; They voted to call
me because I would walk in little loops.
A ÒNicknameÓ is an alternative name that people are given. If a person is ÒloopyÓ, they are considered a bit odd or strange. To walk in ÒloopsÓ is to walk in circles.
ÊOh man, youÕve got better than Winky.
ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ Here, ÒmovesÓ are types of dance steps.
Really, what weÕre talking about is .
ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ A ÒstandardÓ is a particular level of quality or excellence
that is established by tradition or rules
Ê Very, very specific, , you could say.
ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ If something is Òrigid,Ó it is inflexible or not likely to change.
Ê The breeds do differ in that, but theyÕre very very and very very pure.
ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ A ÒstrictÓ person is demanding and insists on following rules exactly.
YouÕre average tourist, .
ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ A ridiculously proper or politically correct way to refer to a fisherman.
You sell them thisÉ..and all those different .
ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ In the context of a fishing shop, a ÒflyÓ is a type of small hook put on
the end of fishing poles that is used to attract and hook the fish.