Idioms

toss off (an answer) or toss (an answer) off
to make or say something easily without trying or thinking hard
The boy was able to easily toss off the answer to the question that the teacher asked him.

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  • toss off (something) or toss (something) off
  • toss one's cookies
  • touch a sore spot/point
  • touch and go
  • touch base with (someone)
  • touch off (someone) or touch (someone) off
  • touch off (something) or touch (something) off
  • touch on/upon (something)
  • touch up (something) or touch (something) up
  • touched (in the head)
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  • slow going
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  • a split ticket
  • float a loan
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  • lay/light into (something)
  • in a split second
  • gear up for (something)
  • watch (someone or something) like a hawk


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