|pound the pavement
||look for a job, walk from company to company to find a job
||Carrying several copies of his resume, Tang was pounding the pavement in Vancouver.
|pour it on
||praise a lot, compliment too much
||When Harry starts pouring it on, I know he wants something.
|pour out your soul
||tell your private feelings, tell all
||When Zora visits, she pours out her soul to me. She tells me all about her lover.
||a word to describe a hit or a punch, bam
||Then pow! This guy hits Cody in the stomach.
|powder my nose
||go to the ladies' washroom, go to the bathroom
||Excuse me. I'm going to powder my nose. Are you coming, Judy?
|power play (business)
||a show of power, a grab for power
||If a general manager demotes two managers, it's a power play.
|power play (hockey)
||five skaters against four or three
||The Russians scored twice on their five-minute power play.
|power to burn
||very powerful, lots of horsepower, go like stink
||That old Chev has a 454 motor. It has power to burn.
||showing power, showing authority
||Last week he went on a power trip and told us to work harder.
||a person who uses a computer a lot
||Jay uses the computer about 12 hours a day. He's a power user.