|way to go
||good work, good for you, good going
||When Kelly scores a goal, we yell, "Way to go, man!"
|way you hold your...
||(See the way you hold your mouth)
||not strong in character, lacking will power
||Marvin yields to temptation, but I wouldn't say he's weak-kneed.
||become dull or weak, use until worn
||Confinement in a prison began to wear down his spirit.
||not have as much effect, not affect as much
||The effects of the drug began to wear off, and the pain returned.
||use until thin or full of holes, shabby
||If you wear out your gloves, we'll provide a new pair.
|wear out your welcome
||stay or visit too long, not be welcome anymore
||If we stay more than three days, we'll wear out our welcome.
|wear the pants
||make the decisions, control everything
||Betty wears the pants in the Cheong family. She's the boss.
|wear your heart on your sleeve
||show your emotions, reveal your true feelings
||If you wear your heart on your sleeve, he'll know you love him.
||vague or ambiguous word (used intentionally)
||Show that contract to your lawyer. She can find the weasel words.