|bare your soul
||tell the public about your private experiences
||To write a good novel, you may have to bare your soul.
||vomit, puke, hork, throw up
||If I eat another hotdog, I'll barf. I'll be sick.
|bark is worse than his bite
||he sounds angry but he is not; do not be afraid of him
||Baxter sounds mad, but his bark is worse than his bite.
|bark up the wrong tree
||look in the wrong place, do not expect it
||If you expect money from him, you're barking up the wrong tree.
||(See a barnburner)
||a wild party, a party where people are drunk and noisy
||"Did you go to Tina's party?" "Ya. It was a noisy bash."
||(See a basket case)
|basta la musica
||stop the music, do not play the music
||"Basta la musica!" Papa shouted. "It's too loud!"
|bat a thousand
||hit every time at bat, win every competition
||I've had two interviews and two offers. I'm batting a thousand!
|bat an eye
||flinch or blink, show a sign of guilt or shame
||When they asked him about the crime, he didn't bat an eye. His expression didn't change.