|jack me around
||tell me lies, play games
||Don't jack me around, man. I need to know who took my car.
|jack of all trades
||a person who has many skills
||She's a carpenter, plumber and cook - a jack of all trades.
||play jazz, practise music in a small group
||After the concert, a few musicians started to jam.
||informal practice session for musicians, jam
||After the symphony rehearsal, a few of us had a jam session.
||a phony person, a pretender
||That jam tart! He teaches writing but he hasn't written anything.
||not come to the party etc., back out
||Kai jammed last night because her cousin came to visit her.
||add color or interest, add an accessory
||It's a nice coat, but I'm going to jazz it up with a red scarf.
|je ne sais quoi
||I do not know what it is, it is a special something
||She has a special quality, this lady, a certain je ne sais quoi.
||oh, gee whiz, gosh
||Jeepers! I don't know what to say.
||fool, dipstick, fink
||Stop acting like a jerk! Stop squeezing mustard on me!