It's the Joint means: Used to indicate extreme approval of a situation, item or person.
Its Greek to me means: "I don't understand" - who speaks Greek except those old philosophers!
I clobber means: clothes ‘I bought some new clobber today.’
Icocky means: cockatoo (Australian parrot)
I kid you not means: something is very true ‘I kid you not, mate.’
idiot box means: television ‘Watched the idiot box all night.’
iffy means: of a suspicious nature ‘That sounds very iffy to .me.’
in a tic means: very shortly ‘I’ll be finished in a tick.’ ‘Hang on a tick.’
in fine leather means: full of vitality and spirit
in good nick means: in good condition ‘This car looks in very good nick.’
avoir peur means: be afraid
avoir mauvais espirt means: be uncooperative
avoir mangé du lion means: have a tiger in one’s tank; have incredible energy
avoir louche means: be in trouble; have problems
avoir les quatre fers en l’air means: be dead
avoir les pétoches means: be scared
avoir les jetons means: be scared; have the jitters; have the willies
avoir les foies means: have cold feet
avoir les doigts crochus means: be tight-fisted; be stingy
avoir les dents qui rayent le parquet means: set one's sights high; want it all (lit.: have teeth that reach the floor)
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