||become angry, lose your cool
||The coach was burned up when I got a penalty for holding.
|burn your ass [B]
||bother you, irritate you, bug you
||You know what burns my ass? Doing my income tax.
|burn your bridges
||resign without notice, leave no way to return
||He can't return to the company. He's burned his bridges.
||convicted or punished while involved in crime
||Tony got burned when he was a drug dealer. He went to jail.
||(See the burning question)
|bury the hatchet
||stop arguing or fighting, throw down your arms
||When will the English and the French bury the hatchet?
||street gossip, through the grapevine
||Arne gets the news through the bush telegraph. People tell him.
||very tired, worn out
||After caring for five kids all day, Mom's bushed. She's exhausted.
||stop you and rob you, jump, mugged
||When he stopped to camp by the stream, two guys bushwhacked him - stole his money and horse.
|business as usual
||everything is normal, nothing has changed
||The morning after the holdup, it was business as usual at the bank.