||become comfortable in a new house or apartment
||We'd like to get settled in before we have visitors.
||decide what is fair, work for an agreement
||If the dispute is about property lines, a survey will settle it.
|seven come eleven
||7 followed by 11 are lucky numbers
||"Seven come eleven," he whispered as he threw the dice.
||worn, torn, ragged, lousy, mousy
||I love these shabby old slippers. They're ragged but comfortable.
|shack up [B]
||live together before you get married, live common-law
||"Tarzan and Jane are shacked up." "Oh, I hope they're happy."
||sunglasses, tinted glasses
||Erica looks cool in her shades. She looks like a model.
||like, similar to
||That building looks familiar - shades of our old school.
||unfair business deal, a rip-off
||Cal is a good salesman, but he's put together some shady deals.
||cheat, swindle, screw (see get screwed)[B]
||Tom got shafted. He only got 3% commission on his sales.
||a van designed for relaxing and having sex
||Tony's van has a bar and a bed. It's his shaggin' wagon.