|to a fault
||doing it too much, go overboard
||May gives most of her money to charity. She's generous to a fault.
|to a man
||every man or person, not one person disagreed
||We asked the team who should be coach. To a man, they chose you.
|to a T
||perfectly, accurately, down to a T, to perfection
||That guy looks exactly like Liam! It's Liam to a T!
|to be perfectly honest
||to tell you the truth, to tell you exactly how I feel, as a matter of fact
||"Your cat's up in the tree again." "To be perfectly honest, I don't care. Let him come down alone."
|to beat the band
||with lots of energy, like crazy, like mad
||Aunt Jemima was making pancakes to beat the band.
||at fault, guilty
||Who's to blame for starting the fire? Who did it?
||in addition to, plus
||We'll trade you the car for the truck and give you $500 to boot.
|to coin a phrase
||to create a new phrase, to make up a phrase
||To coin a phrase, "Life is just book of idioms!"
||(See make a big to-do)
|to each his own
||we like different things, one man's garbage...
||She likes the Rolling Stones, but he likes Mozart - to each his own.