At A Drop Of A Dime Idiom

At a drop of a dime
What does At a drop of a dime mean?
If someone will do something at the drop of a dime, they will do it instantly, without hesitation.

Some Random Idioms
dome of obedience
What does “dome of obedience” mean?
helmet made of Kevlar
raise a hand
What does “raise a hand” mean?
to do something, to do one’s share, to helpI am angry at my friend because he did not raise a hand to help me clean up the mess in the kitchen.
born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth
What does “born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth” mean?
to be born to a wealthy family with many advantagesThe boy was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and he never has to work very hard.
Have your tail up
What does “Have your tail up” mean?
If someone has their tail up, they are optimistic and expect to be successful.
a slip of the tongue
What does “a slip of the tongue” mean?
something that is said at the wrong time and is not what you want to sayThe clerk’s comment to the customer was a slip of the tongue.
fix (someone’s) wagon
What does “fix (someone’s) wagon” mean?
to punish or get even with someoneI decided to fix the woman’s wagon after she complained to my boss about me.
bargain on (something)
What does “bargain on (something)” mean?
to plan or expect somethingWe did not bargain on having heavy rain during our summer birthday party.
piggy bank
What does “piggy bank” mean?
a small bank/container for saving money that is sometimes in the shape of a pigThe small boy saved much money in his piggy bank.
come down
What does “come down” mean?
disappointment; letdown
crazy about (someone or something)
What does “crazy about (someone or something)” mean?
to like someone or something very muchMy sister is crazy about rap music.
be a snap
What does “be a snap” mean?
be easy; be straight-forward; be simple.No problem, it’s a snap.
undercut (someone)
What does “undercut (someone)” mean?
to sell your product for less than a competitorThe new discount store is trying hard to undercut other stores in the area.

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