||dress in casual clothes, dress informally
||It's a library party, so dress down. Wear something casual.
||the last rehearsal before the performance, dry run
||All actors must come to the dress rehearsal - our last practice.
||dress in your best clothes, put on glad rags
||Everybody got dressed up for the banquet. Roy wore his new suit.
|dressed fit to kill
||dressed in party clothes, dolled up, dress up, gussied up
||In walks Erica, dressed fit to kill. She looked terrific!
|dressed to the nines
||dressed in high fashion, gussied up
||Here I am in jeans. Everybody else is dressed to the nines.
|dribs and drabs
||(See in dribs and drabs)
|drink like a fish
||drink a lot of liquor every day
||If Hal is coming to visit, buy lots of beer. He drinks like a fish.
||drink your wine etc., bottoms up
||Drink up, my friends. It's Buddy's birthday!
|drink you under the table
||drink more liquor than you, drink and not pass out, put you away
||After three glasses of beer, you're nearly drunk. I bet I can drink you under the table!
|drive a hard bargain
||pay a low price, negotiate firmly
||When buying land, Cal drives a hard bargain. He pays low prices.