|don't look a gift horse in the mouth
||do not complain if a gift is not perfect; take what you've been given without criticism or emphasis on its worth.
||Be happy. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
|don't put all your eggs in one basket
||do not invest all the money in one company
||Balance your investments. Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
|don't rock the boat
||do not cause a change, do not upset anybody
||If the team is winning, don't rock the boat. Don't change anything.
|don't sweat it
||do not worry about it, you can't saw sawdust
||If you did your best but didn't win a medal, don't sweat it.
|don't teach your grandmother how to suck eggs
||do not tell me what I know, do not say what is obvious
||You, a history major, telling me, a war veteran, about war? Don't teach your grandmother how to suck eggs!
|don't think so
||do not believe it is so, think not
||"Do you have dandruff?" "I don't think so."
|don't want to go there
||do not want to talk about it, it is not a pleasant topic
||My divorce? We don't want to go there. It's ugly!
||defeated, beaten, hopeless
||We were done for until Tim hit a home run and we won the game.
||did well, performed well, did good
||After watching the race, his dad said, "You done good, Son."
||very tired, dead tired, all in
||After the roundup, the old-timer was done in - exhausted.
|done it all
||had a lot of experience, done every activity
||We need a manager who's done it all - done all the jobs.