|root of the problem
||(See the root of the problem)
||be asked to help, talk into helping
||We got roped into delivering posters because we have a car.
||homemade liquor, hooch, moonshine
||If you drink that rot gut, you'll get sick. It tastes awful!
|rotten to the core
||all bad, corrupt
||Hitler's regime was rotten to the core - corrupt.
||one who cheats or lies, dirty rat
||Hank, you rotter! You sold me a car that won't start.
|rough and ready
||strong and willing, a game one
||For the oil-well crews, we need people who are rough and ready.
||difficult work, tough sledding
||It was rough going the first year. We had financial problems.
||beat a little bit, push and slap
||The leader roughed me up a bit because I lied to him.
|round the clock
||(See around the clock)
||bring together, chase into a herd
||Will you round up the kids and tell them to come inside?