||lose control of a car/bike so that it spins or rolls
||Larry wiped out on the last corner. His car is in the ditch.
|wipe that smile off your face
||stop smiling, do not smile, cut it out
||Rick, tell Peter you're sorry and give him a big kiss. Gail, wipe that smile off your face.
||defeat you by many points, blow you away
||Tran has won every spelling contest. She'll wipe you.
||very excited, pumped
||Jay didn't sleep last night. She's really wired for her exam today.
|wired for sound
||ready to operate, prepared for use
||"Is the hall decorated and ready?" "Yep. It's wired for sound."
|wise to us
||know what we are doing, onto us
||Your husband knows you're seeing me. He's wise to us.
||believing it is true because you wish it was true
||Roy says that he is going to marry Dawn, but it's wishful thinking.
||not able to decide, saying yes and no
||I like you because you're decisive, because you're not wishy-washy.
|with all my heart
||with all my feeling
||I love Canada with all my heart.
|with bated breath
||with worry and tension, with suspense, leave me hanging
||With bated breath, they waited for news of the men who were trapped in the mine.