American Colloquialism 美式惯用语
Eg. I'll back you up all the way.
原句： I will support you from beginning to end.
Eg. Why don't you get off my back?
原句：Don't disturb me.
Eg. That's enough of your back talk.
原句： I don't like the way you argue with me.
Eg. Oh, my aching back
原句： Oh， God!
Eg. I must say this about Lee， he's really on the ball.
原句： He's really working hard.
Eg. I'm beat.
原句： I'm in exhausted.
Eg. Why should I beat my brains out for the salary I'm getting?
原句： I'm only getting a small salary, so I don't need to work too hard.
Eg. Row，beat it!
原句： Get away。
Eg. Where did you get the beat-up old car?
原句： Where did you buy the broken-down car？
Eg. Keep your big mouth shut.
原句： Stop talking.
Eg. He is a big-time operator.
原句：He has Rood connections.
Eg. Give me a break.
原句：Give me a chance.
Eg. Don't brush me off.
原句：Don't stall me.
Eg. I don't buy your story.
原句：I don't believe you.
Eg. Let's call it quits.
原句： Let's forget it.
Eg. His words carry a lot of weight.
原句： He is very influential.
Eg. He is trying to cash in on me.
原句： He is trying to take advantage from me.
Eg. It's a lot of chicken feed.
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原句： It's nothing.
Eg. Don't chicken out. Be a man.
原句：Don't back out.
Eg. It's my cup of tea.
原句：It's my favorite.
Eg. "What's my cut?"
原句：what's my share?
Eg. Cut it out.
原句: Don't be like that.