To meddle. = To interfere, usually when not wanted.
His mother always meddle in his affairs, so he is unable to make his own life.
To butt out. = To get out of the way; not to bother.
She is always interfering in my life, I wish she would butt out.
A rip off. = To steal, cheat or to overcharge.
The employee ripped off millions of yen from his company before he was found out.
To take heat. = To have pressure put on by someone or to receive complaints.
Since he hasn't been able to clear his sales quota he has been taking a lot of heat from his sales manager recently.
Every so often. = Once in a great while; From time to time.
I quit smoking 25 years ago but every so often I have the urge to smoke.
To soup up. = To make something either faster or better.
As my car was rather slow, I decided to soup it up by adding higher quality engine parts.
To feel blue. = To feel depressed, To be down or sad.
Since the loss of the Japan series, Tigers fans have been feeling blue.
Chaw. = Food. / To chow down. = To eat.
食べ物。 / ・・を食べる。
I'm really happy when I can chow down on some good Chinese chow.
To put out to pasture. = To be retired.
I've been working for this company for 30 years but when I'm 65 years old they are going to put me out to pasture.
To yak. = To talk too much.
For many older ladies the chance to yak with their friends is golden time.