||turn and go the opposite direction, do a 180
||The driver of the truck made a U-turn and drove back into town.
||"Do you want a piece of cake?" "Uh-huh."
||"Have you done your homework?" "Uh-uh."
|under a spell
||controlled by a spirit or magic, cast a spell
||She danced when she saw the cat. She seemed to be under a spell.
||stopped and taken away by the police, busted
||"Jean, you are under arrest." "What for, sir?" "For stealing a loaf of bread."
||order restored, control returned
||The prisoners caused a riot, but things are now under control.
||being asked many difficult questions
||After your speech, you will be under fire from reporters.
|under his own steam
||by himself, without help
||Although Don was injured, he left the field under his own steam.
|under my belt
||With an accounting course under my belt, I can do the bookkeeping.
|under my breath
||whispered, not spoken loud enough to hear
||When the teacher asks questions, I often answer under my breath.