||Dar paid too much for the watch. He got ripped off.
|rise and shine
||wake up and be happy, get out of bed smiling
||"Rise and shine," he called to us each morning - at 6 a.m.!
|rise to the occasion
||be able to do what is needed at the time
||When we need a speaker, Ed rises to the occasion. He speaks well.
||a risky plan, a gamble
||Being a peacemaker is risky business. You could get shot!
||very nice, luxurious, putting on the ritz, snazzy
||Curt has a ritzy apartment in Berlin. It's a neat
||a frozen horseturd used as a puck for road hockey
||Let's play hockey. You get the sticks and I'll find a road apple.
|road to hell is paved...
||(See the road to hell is paved
with good intentions)
||the decade following World War I (1920-1929)
||In the Roaring Twenties, ladies had short hair with kiss curls.
|rob Peter to pay Paul
||move money from one part of a budget to another
||If we use grocery money to buy gas, we rob Peter to pay Paul.
|rob the cradle
||court a person who is too young, date a minor
||You're seeing Lisa? She's only 17! That's robbing the cradle!