|pay your dues
||work hard and learn, be loyal for years
||In the sport of rodeo, you have to pay your dues to get respect.
|pay your way
||pay your share of the expenses
||"I don't want charity," she said. "I pay my way."
|peace of mind
||freedom from worry or guilt
||If you want peace of mind, you should buy insurance.
||beautiful skin, clear complexion
||This new lotion will give you a peaches-and-cream complexion.
||fine, great, wonderful, neat
||When I asked Ko if she liked her job, she said, "Yes! It's peachy!"
||small amount of money, loss of a negligible value, a paltry sum, chicken feed
||"Isn't the loss of one billion worth of credits a problem for you?" "Oh, that's peanuts for a bank like us."
||from strongest to weakest, line of authority
||The first thing to learn about a company is the pecking order.
|pedal her ass [B]
||sell sex, become a prostitute
||Jane used to joke about pedaling her ass to earn extra money.
|pedal to the metal
||accelerator all the way down, flat out
||He always drives fast - pedal to the metal all the time.
||(See she peed)