||understand what I am saying, understand my meaning,
get my drift
||"Do you follow me?" "Yes, except for the idioms."
|follow the rules
||read the rules and do what they say, toe the line
||If everybody follows the rules, we'll have fewer accidents.
||do what you promise, see it through
||If you promise to help, try to follow through.
|food for thought
||ideas worth considering, interesting suggestions
||Your comments on Quebec have given me food for thought.
|fool and his money...
||(See a fool and his money are soon parted)
||play, play around, goof off, horse around
||We don't fool around in her class. She's very strict.
||have sex with someone who is not your spouse, have an affair
||Rita asked Jon for a divorce. She knows he's been fooling around.
||trick you, deceive you
||Paul was fooling you. He owns a Ford, not a Ferrari.
|foot the bill
||pay all of the expenses, pay the shot
||It's not right for Dad to foot the bill for your trip to Vegas.
|footloose and fancy free
||carefree, not committed, devil-may-care
||When the kids moved out, we were footloose and fancy free!