|want a piece of me
||want to hurt me, want revenge, have at me
||I wrote a letter to the local paper criticizing the hockey team. Now everybody wants a piece of me.
|want it so bad I can taste it
||want it very much, die for
||I want that trophy. I want it so bad I can taste it.
|want to make something of it
||do you want to argue or fight about it?
||Yes, I did kiss Millie Watkins. Wanna make something of it?
||begin to exercise, exercise slowly
||To warm up, she walks about a kilometer; then she jogs.
||warmed on a stove, reheated
||For supper we had warmed-over waffles. They tasted okay.
|warped sense of humor
||thinking that weird things are funny
||If you laugh at cruelty, you have a warped sense of humor.
||(See a wash)
||wash by letting water run down, hose it down
||If the kids play in the bathroom I'll have to wash down the walls.
|wash it down
||drink to help you swallow, drink after eating
||Have a donut - and some coffee to wash it down.
|wash it off
||spray water to clean it, hose it off
||If you spill latex paint, you can wash it off with water.