|a good sport
||a person who is fair and friendly
||What a good sport! You never complain, even when you lose.
|a grain of salt
||(See take it with a grain of salt)
|a grain of truth
||a bit of truth, take it with a grain...
||There's not a grain of truth in what Brian says. It's all untrue.
||a child who is difficult to manage
||Jason is not easy to manage. He is a real handful for his mother.
||free food or money, freeload
||I'm not asking for a handout. I'll pay you back when I find work.
|a hard day
||a day full of hard work, put in a hard day
||You look tired, Dear. Did you have a hard day at the office?
|a hard-on [B]
||an erect penis, a hard penis
||When our dog gets a hard-on, he tries to crawl up my leg.
|a hard row to hoe
||a difficult task, many problems
||A single parent has a hard row to hoe, working day and night.
|a hard time
||teasing or bugging, a bad time
||Ken will give you a hard time about missing that free throw.
||a problem, a bother
||The tax form is a hassle this year. It's difficult to understand.