|got you by the short hairs
||has a painful hold on you, has an advantage, gotcha
||"What can I do about a bad credit rating?"
"Not much. They've got you by the short hairs."
|got you cornered
||make it difficult to move or answer
||"I've got you cornered," he said, pointing at the checker board.
|got your number
||know how to manage you; how to get her way
||She's got your number, Bill. She knows you'll do anything she asks.
|gotcha (got you)
||tricked you, defeated you
||When I don't know the answer, he says, "Gotcha!"
||men's shorts, men's underwear
||Uh oh, no clean gotches. It's time to do my laundry.
|grab a bite to eat
||eat a lunch or meal, have a bite
||We were so busy we didn't have time to grab a bite to eat.
|grab a chair
||sit down, have a seat, take a load off your feet
||After I introduced everybody, I said, "Grab a chair and sit down."
||a region or area that produces cereal crops
||The grain belt got very little rain this year. The land is dry.
|grain of salt
||(See take it with a grain of salt)
||a home run with runners on all bases, a major score
||It was 5-1. Then Carter hit a grand slam and tied the game, 5-5.