Hold your horses is an idiom meaning “hold on” or “wait”
The saying is typically used when someone is rushing into something. It is often combined with linked idioms such as cool your jets or look before you leap.
Example: Hold your horses! We are almost there.
The “big cheese” is a slang term meaning “the boss,” or a very important person in a company.
to screw up: to make a mistake
to nail (something): to do something perfectly
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“To click” with someone is to form an immediate connection.
ex. My boyfriend and I clicked the moment we met each other!
A swamp is an area of land where water collects. It is usually spongy and wet and contains a specific type of vegetation.
The idiom “to be swamped” means to be very busy and overwhelmed with a large amount of work.
It cost an arm and a leg means that something was VERY expensive.
Piece of cake – very easy to complete
For example: That assignment was a piece of cake!