|cool your heels
||wait for a judgement, serve a detention
||Chad is cooling his heels in the Remand Centre - the city jail.
|cooler heads prevailed
||sensible people spoke, violence was avoided
||There was nearly a riot, but cooler heads prevailed.
||(See in a coon's age)
||policeman, fuzz, pig
||I know this cop on the Calgary Police Force - he's a nice guy.
||an excuse, not trying, not doing your share
||Instead of speaking, he showed a video. What a cop out!
||agreeable, fine, go along with, okay, OK
||Don is copacetic. He agrees with our plans.
||intoxicated, drunk, plastered, sloshed
||Grant got corked last night and walked home. He couldn't drive.
|corner the market
||become the main supplier, have a monopoly
||Japanese automakers are trying to corner the luxury car market.
||insist that you listen, buttonhole you
||If Helmer corners you, tell him you have to go to the bathroom.