|a babe in arms
||a baby, a child who is still wet behind the ears
||Dar was just a babe in arms when we emigrated to Canada.
|a babe in the woods
||a defenseless person; a naive, young person
||He's just a babe in the woods. He needs someone to protect him.
|a bad taste in my mouth
||a feeling that something is false or unfair, a feeling of ill will
||I left the meeting with a bad taste in my mouth. There was a lot of dishonesty in the room.
|a bad time
||a lot of teasing, a rough time
||The class gave him a bad time about his pink shorts.
|a ball-park figure
||a number that is near the total; approximate figure
||Fifty is a ball-park figure. It's close to our class size.
|a bar fly
||a person who often goes to bars or lounges
||Every evening Penny goes to Lucifer's. She's quite a bar fly.
|a bar star
||a girl who goes to bars to drink and find friends
||Lola was known as a bar star at Pinky's Lounge.
|a bare-faced lie
||a deliberate lie, a planned lie
||His statement to the police was false - a bare-faced lie.
||an exciting game, a cliff-hanger
||When the Flames play the Oilers it's a barnburner - a great game.
|a barrel of laughs
||a lot of fun, a person who makes you laugh
||Let's invite Chang to our party. He's a barrel of laughs.