|open to question
||not clearly correct, debatable
||Your decision to allow liquor at the party is open to question.
||talk openly, express feelings
||When we become friends, I'll open up with you - I'll share.
|open up a big can of whoop-ass
||punish, discipline, whup your ass
||If you don't stop jumping on the couch, I am going to open up
a big can of whoop-ass!
|other fish to fry
||(See bigger fish to fry)
|ounce of prevention
||(See an ounce of prevention)
|out and out
||bold, not hidden, a bare-faced lie
||The advertisement was an out-and-out lie. It contained no truth.
||unconscious, knocked out
||Liam is out cold. A baseball hit him on the side of the head.
|out for blood
||trying to defeat or hurt, seeking revenge
||The Jets are out for blood tonight because they lost 7-0 last night.
|out in left field
||not logical or sensible, all wet
||Don't listen to his advice. He's out in left field.
|out in the cold
||not included in a group, not invited
||He was left out in the cold because of his religious beliefs.