||bye, goodbye, ciao, so long
||"Toodle-oo," she said, smiling. "I must go now."
||play, fool around, goof off
||The students were tooling around because they had no assignment.
|toot your own horn
||brag, talk about your own success
||Since Ted won the bowling trophy he's been tooting his own horn.
|tooth and nail
||(See fight tooth and nail)
||boss, leader, head honcho
||Kruger is top dog now, but he could lose the next election.
||excellent, first class
||Amy's report is top drawer. It deserves a high grade.
|top it off
||finish it, add the last piece or statement
||He topped it off by saying we would get a big bonus this year.
|top it up
||fill it to the top, fill it to the mark
||Check the oil every week and top it up if necessary.
||very good quality, first class
||Claret Sol is a top notch wine, but it's very dry.
|top of the morning
||good morning, have a good morning, the best of the morning
||Old Tweedsmuir would say, "Top o' the morning to you," as we walked to school.