||hello, good morning, good afternoon
||"Good day, Mrs. Hardy." "How do you do, Mr. Lane."
||(See a good egg)
|good for a loan
||willing to lend money, able to lend money
||Let's ask Mike for some money. He's usually good for a loan.
||not useful, useless
||I'll be glad when we sell that good-for-nothing truck.
|good for you
||good work, 'at a boy, good on you
||When Dad saw my high marks, he said, "Good for you, Nick."
||good work, 'at a girl, way to go
||Good going, Judy! You passed the exam!
||oh, gosh, wow
||Good golly, Miss Molly. You are the prettiest girl in the county!
||oh, how surprising, gosh
||Good gravy! I've got BINGO! I won!
||what a shame, oh no, too bad
||Good grief! You're injured! Your hand is bleeding!
||skillful hands; ability to pass, catch, shoot; feather a pass
||He's not a fast runner, but he's got good hands.