give (someone) a clean bill of health
to declare that someone is healthy (usually done by a doctor)
My doctor gave me a clean bill of health during my recent checkup.
give (someone) a dirty look
give (someone) a fair shake
give (someone) a free hand (with something)
give (someone) a hand
give (someone) a hard time
give (someone) a head start
give (someone) a piece of one's mind
give (someone) a ring/buzz
give (someone) a run for their money
give (someone) a start
You can't teach an old dog new tricks.
on the double
one's name is mud
take out (something) or take (something) out
throw (someone) a curve
drop a bombshell
walk out of (something)
seize an opportunity
reckon with (someone or something)
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