Touch Base :
If you touch base with someone, you contact them.
Touch Wood :
This idiom is used to wish for good luck.
If something is touch-and-go, it is very uncertain if someone is ill and may well die, then it is touch-and-go.
Tough As Old Boots :
Something or someone that is as tough as old boots is strong and resilient.
Tough Cookie :
A tough cookie is a person who will do everything necessary to achieve what they want.
Tough Luck :
Tough Nut To Crack :
If something is a tough nut to crack, it is difficult to find the answer or solution. When used about a person, it means that it is difficult to get them to do or allow what you want.
Tough Row To Hoe :
A tough row to hoe is a situation that is difficult to handle.
To Weigh Anchor :
To start again
Trade Barbs :
If people trade barbs, insult or attack each other.
If you are trafficked, you are stuck in heavy traffic and get where you need to be.
Trail You Coat :
If you trail your coat, you act in a provocative way.
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