To Play His Cards Well :
Tongue In Cheek :
If something is tongue in cheek, it is not serious or meant to be taken seriously.
To Not Account :
Too Big For Your Boots :
If someone is too big for their boots, they are conceited and have an exaggerated sense of their own importance.
Too Big For Your Britches :
If someone is too big for their britches, they are conceited and have an exaggerated sense of their own importance.
Too Many Chefs and Not Enough Indians :
When there are too many chiefs and not enough Indians, there are too many managers and not enough workers.
Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth. :
This means that where there are too many people trying to do something, they make a mess of it.
Too Many Irons in The Fire :
This means juggling too many projects at once and something’s bound to fail
To Open Fire :
To start firing the gun
To Pay The Piper :
To bear the cost
To Play One’s Cards Well :
Point blank frankly, unreservedly to discharge one’s duty well
To Play The Ape :
It does not behave an Indian to play the ape to white Europeans without caring for his means.
To Put All Eggs Into One Basket :
To risk all on one enterprise
To Play His Cards Well
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