|a ghost of a chance
||a poor chance, not likely to happen
||That car doesn't have a ghost of a chance. It's too slow!
|a glow on
||slightly drunk, tipsy, catch a buzz
||When Myrna gets a glow on, she likes to dance real close.
||(See it's a go)
||an aggressive employee, a hard worker, gung ho
||What a go-getter! He finished the course a month before the others.
|a going concern,
||a busy person, an active enterprise, going great guns
||At three years of age she was a going concern - into everything!
|a golden opportunity
||a good chance to succeed, a good investment
||The Royal Hotel is for sale. What a golden opportunity!
||something that is lost or beyond help
||I thought he was a goner, but the cat came back. He's home.
|a good arm
||the ability to throw a baseball or football
||Doug is short, but he has a good arm. He's an excellent passer.
|a good egg
||a good-natured person, a good head
||Everybody likes Marsha. She's a good egg.
|a good head
||friendly, generous person; a good egg
||Sean is a good head. He'll help at the food bank.