Answer: “Bottom dollar” is used in card games and it means to go all in or to bet everything on top of the bottom dollar. In real life, the bottom dollar is usually your last dollar so you can “bet on your bottom dollar” which is similar to the saying “bet your life”. ItR..
Answer: This is an acronym for “hit me up” which is used between friends and mean an invitation for contact. You can text “hmu when u r home” someone and it would mean that they should text you back when they get back home. ItR..
Answer: It’s a popular saying that basically means “don’t touch something that is working properly now”. The version you’re using is not grammatically correct though, it’s probably used between friends jokingly or in the South. ItR..
Answer: Reciprocal basically means “beneficial for both parties”. In nature, symbiotic relationships are an example of this. Between people, it usually describes business partners and/or relationships. ItR..
Answer: It is an idiomatic expression that came from Hebrew that means something like “almost”, “very close” or “barely”. ItR..
Answer: The meaning is this male Japanese name can be translated the following way from the three kanji character: first – heroic or outstanding, then first; and the least character is son. It can be also be shortened to Ei-kun or simply Ei. ItR..
Answer: This phrase means “to the extent that”. The idea of the sentence was that Judas’s field that he bought for 30 silver coins was “a field of blood” and everyone knew that. Judas himself didn’t even realize this. By the way, the sentence is a bit too long and is kind of difficult to ..
Answer: United Press International, Reuters and the Associated Press are the wire services because of the way news reports were delivered to them – that is by telephone, telegraph (wire) or fax. Then they distributed these reports to the newspapers for a fee that was paid via a teletype machine. These are news that came ..
Answer: Pharmacopoeia is a Greek word and it means “preparation of a drug”. Most of the time it’s used to describe a book containing a list of established drugs with their description, formula, dosage, etc. A common example is British Pharmacopoeia. ItR..
Answer: Like many of similar expressions, this one comes from classic literature but over the years it’s been changed. Originally, you’ll see it in Hamlet’s soliloquy: “…there’s the rub”. So maybe someone thought there was a mistake in Shakespeare’s masterpiece and wrote what he might mean by these words. That’s how the quote appeared the ..