Good to Go :
Good Samaritan :
A Good Samaritan is a person who helps others in need.
Good Shape :
If something’s in good shape, it’s in good condition. If a person’s in good shape, they are fit and healthy.
Good Spell :
A spell can mean a fairly or relatively short period of time. You’ll hear weather forecasts predict a dry spell. Sports commentators will say that a sportsperson is going through a good spell when they’re performing consistently better than they normally do.
Good Time :
If you make good time on a journey, you manage to travel faster than you expected.
Good to Go :
Someone or something that meets one’s approval
Good Walls Make Good Neighbours :
Your relationship with your neighbours depends among other things on respecting one another’s privacy.
Goody Two-Shoes :
A goody two-shoes is a self-righteous person who makes a great deal of their virtue.
Grab The Bulls By Its Horns. :
If you grab the bull by its horns, you deal head-on and directly with a problem.
Grain of Salt :
If you should take something with a grain of salt, you shouldn’t necessarily believe it all.
Grasp The Nettle :
If you grasp the nettle, you deal bravely with a problem.
Grass May Be Greener on the Other Side. But it is just as hard to mow. :
It is an expression used to mean a person’s desire to have that which another person has in the belief it will make their life easier is false as all situations come with their own set of problems.
This idiom is often used in politics where it refers to the ordinary people or voters. It can be used to mean people at the bottom of a hierarchy.
Good to Go
to HOME PAGE