||punish you, get back at
||"I'll fix you," he shouted at us. "I'll build a fence to keep you off my property!"
|fix your wagon
||hurt you, get back at, get revenge
||If you make him angry, he'll fix your wagon. He'll get revenge.
||preparing to, getting ready to
||Andy's fixing to cut some logs for the fireplace.
|flag a cab
||wave at a cab driver to come, hail a cab
||The bus was late, so we flagged a taxi that was going by.
||phony, not real
||The salesman was a flake. What he said was phony.
||lie down and sleep, conk out
||Grant flaked out on the couch after lunch. He was really tired.
|flap your gums
||talk, speak, gab
||Don't just stand there flapping your gums. Help with supper.
|flash a smile
||smile at someone for only a second
||Andy flashed a smile at me when the teacher asked to see his work.
|flash in the pan
||(See a flash in the pan)
||not motivated, lacking energy, not up for it
||In the second game, the team was flat. They lacked energy.