|miss your chance
||not do it when you can, not seize the opportunity
||I'm sorry. You cannot go today. You missed your chance
to go yesterday.
|mix it up
||challenge, fight, mess with
||If you mix it up with a street fighter, you could get injured.
||become confused or puzzled
||He gets mixed up when we all give advice. He gets confused.
|mix you up
||confuse you, boggle your mind
||Too much information will just mix you up - confuse you.
||feeling both positive and negative, happy and sad; bittersweet
||I have mixed feelings. I'm happy about the new job, but sad about leaving my friends.
|moment of truth
||(See the moment of truth)
|money doesn't grow on trees
||money is not easy to get, we value our money
||Father said, "Money doesn't grow on trees, boy. You earn it."
|money is the root of all evil
||money is the cause of bad things
||If money is the root of all evil, why do you want to be rich?
||money causes action, grease my palm
||If you want service, money talks. When you pay, they serve.
|money to burn
||lots of money, filthy rich
||They've got money to burn, so why do they drive that old car?