|twig to that
||think of that, realize that
||His uncle Ralph is the Premier! I just twigged to that.
||slim person, as slim as a twig on a branch
||Kim is a gymnast. She's slim and agile - a real twiggy.
||senior years, over 70, golden years
||Grandma wants to keep her own home during her twilight years.
||a dancer, a person who dances with great skill
||I saw you dance at the Junior Ballet concert. You're a real twinkle toes!
|twist my arm
||persuade me, convince me
||I really don't like pie, but if you twist my arm, I'll have a piece.
|twist of fate
||the way fate works, the way things happen
||Then, by a twist of fate, a plane flew over and the pilot saw us.
|twist your words
||change the meaning of what you say, put a different slant...
||When she gave her testimony in court, the lawyer tried to twist her words to mean something else.
||fool, an airhead, dipstick
||What a twit! He thinks a busboy is a kid who rides the bus!
||two people standing or walking side by side
||The children were walking two abreast on the way home.
||25¢, twenty-five cents, a quarter
||Can you lend me two bits? I have to phone home.