get away from
To leave or escape from a person or place, often when it is difficult to do this:
We walked to the next beach to get away from the crowds
Be through with
Expression to be through means to finish something,go through and etc.
I don't want anything more to do with you, we're through
To cause someone to feel sudden strong emotion
I was overwhelmed by all the flowers and letters of support I received
scared as hell
Of considerable weight; heavy. Strong
a thickness, layer or strand, as in three-ply / two-ply wool
Very fashionable and interesting
That's a groovy hat you're wearing
to start a law case against
She’s threatening to sue the company for negligence.
leading, moving etc down
His career has taken a downward curve.
To force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings
Drive away potential burglars
Drive away bad thoughts
Informal: To lose one's inhibitions; enjoy oneself wholeheartedly.
To make prominent; emphasize
The article highlighted the painstaking work of the detectives.
There's nothing up my sleeve
It comes from magic, but it is often used figuratively simply to mean that the speaker is not hiding anything.
Acceptable: Replacement for "you"
When he came to, he was in hospital.
get my head together too
to get one's thoughts or attitude properly organized
I've got to get my head together and get going
I need to take some time off and get my head together.