To tag along.= To go out with someone.
Sometimes when I my buddies go out for a drink, I tag along.
Pocket-money.= Spending money usually carried in one's pocket.
When I was younger, my pockets full of pocket-money, but now .....
To be fired up.= To get excited, motivated or to increase effort.
I'm really fired up about trying out my new bicycle.
Hand in glove.= To work closely together.
When assessing a new student, my secretary and I work hand in glove.
To settle someone down. =To calm someone down.
My secretary sometimes becomes very upset, it takes me a long time to settle her down.
To get a handle on something.=To control.
My sons are partying too much, so they better get a handle on their lives.
Don't sweat the small stuff.=Don't worry about small problems.
Don't worry about the small stuff and it's all small stuff.
A can of worms.= Lots of trouble.
If you mess with him, you might be opening a can of worms.
To tolerate. = To bear.
I find it difficult to tolerate someone who is driving and texting at the same time.
To think twice. = To think again.
You should think twice before you punch a boxer.