||soreness in a muscle, cramp in a calf muscle, pull a muscle
||"Did you hurt your leg playing baseball?"
"Yes, I slid into third base and now I have a charley horse."
||a soft drink to follow a hard drink, a weaker drink
||The old man drank coffee as a chaser for the Irish whisky.
||trying to achieve an impossible goal
||Many young actors are chasing rainbows - hoping for fame.
|chat her up
||talk to her about a date, talk romantically to her
||If you like Mila, chat her up. Say nice things to her.
||unwilling to spend money, not generous, tight
||They refuse to buy the boy a decent suit. They're too cheap.
||(See a cheap drunk)
|cheap like borsch
||not expensive, as cheap as vegetable soup
||I didn't pay much for this jacket. It was cheap like borsch.
|borsch may also be spelled borsh, borscht or borshch, showing that we lack an authoritative mapping from the Russian to the English alphabet
||a person who does not pay his share, a tight-ass
||That cheap skate can keep his money. I'll pay for the tickets.
||break a marriage promise, be unfaithful
||He cheats on his wife. Now he's sleeping with a waitress.
|check it out
||inquire, find out about
||Check it out. It may be a great opportunity.