Y’all is used in the southern United States as the plural for you;
it’s a contraction of you all, and serves its purpose quite well.
eg. y'all have a wonderful meal!
African version of dude. Usually slanged by african americans.
eg: waddup dawg?
Play it by Ear :
To play it by ear means to approach a situation without a plan, and let events unfold naturally. Playing it by ear doesn’t happen often in the US, especially in business, because a lot of Americans plan everything they do from careers to meetings to social events.
eg. I planned for football, golf yesterday. One of my friends took me to Tennis court, what I did not do till today. But after getting the balls moving with my punch shots.. I came to know that I just played it by ear!
Beer under the bridge:
Fighting on a bad day and saying sorry that one was drunk.
eg: Hey, Yesterday I was bit harsh at ya. you know wat I was blitzed.. it was like beer under the bridge.
kind of a big deal :
Praising some one how important they are in a comic/surcastic way.
Thinking that whole world is nothing and no one can stop on the way.
eg: I just got a contract from Microsoft, Now I am kind of a big deal.
Put the boot in:
Taking advantage of a person when he is in a weak position. Crushing some one at the down way.
eg: knowing that Sam can not sell the cars, all the managers yelled at him and put the boot in.
Means sync with each other. In an understanding.
eg, teacher, Please brief me the updates of the previous week classes, so that I will be in same page with other students.
This is a german word stands for "How is it works?"