|had it up to here
||upset too many times, had enough
||I've had it up to here with his smoking! Yuk!
|had the bird
||worn or broken, wear out
||These shoes are full of holes. They've had the bird.
|hail a cab
||wave your hand to stop a cab, flag a cab
||We missed the bus, so we hailed a cab.
||friendly man, a good head, jolly good fellow
||"Bert is a social person." "Yes, he's hail-fellow-well-met, I say."
|hair off the dog that bit you
||remedy that uses the cause, fight fire with fire
||The theory of penicillin is to use the hair off the dog that bit you.
|hair stand on end
||be very scared, very frightened, scared stiff
||Adriana, your hair is standing on end! Have you seen a ghost?
||not sensible, irrational, crazy, kooky
||Eric is talking about a hairbrain plan to train ants as employees.
||Did you see Eileen's hairdo? She looks lovely in tight curls.
|hale and hearty
||healthy and enthusiastic, in the pink, in your prime
||"Bob looks hale and hearty these days." "Yes, he's healthy and active."
||incomplete, half missing
||There's a guy at the door with a half-assed invention for sale.