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Mohammad Paknezhad - LIST OF ALPHABETIZED SPORTS & GAMES IDIOMS
 
Mohammad Paknezhad
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LIST OF ALPHABETIZED SPORTS & GAMES IDIOMS

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**CLICK ON EACH IDIOM TO SEE IT IN CONTEXT**

A
a long shot

a lot on the ball

above board

across the board

against the clock

ahead of the game

all over but the shouting

another ball game

at this stage of the game


bail out

ball park

bark up the wrong tree

barking up the wrong tree

bases loaded

be in the big leagues

behind the eight ball

below (not up to par) or above par

blind-sided

block that move

bounce

bull's eye
top

C
call a spade a spade

call off the dogs

call the shots

carry the ball

cash in one's chips

checkmate

chip in
top

D
dark horse

deal (noun)

deal (verb)

deep-six someone or something

defensive play

do an end run

down and out (for the count)

down to the wire

draw the line

drop back

drop the ball
top

F
fall into a trap

fast ball

first down

fish or cut bait

free fall

foul play

from scratch (noun)

from stem to stern
top

G
game at which two can play

game plan

get (have) the short end of the stick

get a head start

(get) into full swing

get someone or something off the hook

get something off the ground

get the hang of something

get the upper hand

get to first base

get/ start the ball rolling

get/give a fair shake

get/have the inside track

give free rein

give one a run for one's money

give someone a line(fishing: not in the idiom list)

give someone a wide berth

give something/someone one's best shot

give the game away

go by the board

go for it

go into a nose dive

go into a tailspin

go overboard

go to bat for

grand slam
top

H
hang in there

hang loose

have a hit

have something on the ball

have the cards stacked against one

He's up (to bat)

hit a snag

hit below the belt

hit on something

hit one's stride, reach one's stride

hold all the aces

hold at bay

hold the line

hole in one

home court advantage

home run

hooked on something

hot shot, big shot, big gun

hound someone or something

huddle
top

I
in good shape

inside track

in the ball park

in the big leagues

in the saddle

in the stretch, down the stretch, in the homestretch

in there pitching

it's your ball (The ball is in your court)
top

J
jockeying for position (Horse racing: getting the best position: not in the idiom list)

jump the gun

(just) under the wire (gun)
top

K
keep one's head above water

keep pitching

keep the ball rolling, going

kick-off

knock one out of the ball park

knowing the score

knuckle down
top

L
learn the ropes

let her rip

level playing field

lightweight

like a sitting duck

lower one's sights

lower the boom
top

M
major league (player or team)/big leagues

make a hit with someone or something

make a pitch (for someone or something)

make points

make the cut

make waves

minor league (player or team)

name of the game

new ball game
top

N
neck and neck

no great shakes

no holds barred

no sweat

nosedive

not by a long shot
top

O
off base

off the hook (not in idiom list)

off to a running start

offensive play

on base

on target

on the level (sports gnerally: rnot in idiom list)

on the money (gambling/horses: not in idiom list)

open a can of worms

open season on someone or something

out in left field

out of bounds

out of sight

out of the ball park
top

P
par for the course

pass the baton

pinch hit for someone (see go to bat for)

pitch someone a curve/ curveball

play

play along (with)

play ball; Let's play ball

play hardball

play into someone's hands

play the game

play the trump card

play your card

play-off

playing it close to the chest, close to the vest

plenty of other fish in the sea/stream (fishing: not in the idiom list)

pull a fast one (guns: not in idiom list)

punt; fourth down and let's punt

put into play

put one's oar in

put something or someone through its paces

put your cards on the table
top

Q
quarterback something

quick on the trigger (draw)
top

R
race against time

ride herd on something

ride roughshod over someone or something

ride something out, ride out something (the storm)

riding for a fall

ringside seat

root for

rowing upstream

run a taut/tight ship

run interference

runner-up
top

S
saddle with

sail (right) through something

score

scratch (adjective)

scratch (verb)

set one's sights on something

settle a score with someone (general/ to get even: not in idiom list)

seven sheets to the wind

shape someone or something up

shoot down.. that doesn't fly

shoot from the hip

shoot one's mouth off

sidelined

skate on thin ice (not in idiom list)

slam dunk

slow on the draw

sticky wicket

step up to the plate

straight from the shoulder

strike out; struck out (past tense)

swallow something/ to take something hook, line and sinker

swim against the tide, go against the tide (current)

swing (go) into action

swing something
top

T
tailspin

take a chance

take a new tack

take a rain check

take a shot at someone or something

take sides

take something on the chin

take the bull by the horns (Western: to take charge: not in the idiom list)

take the wind out of someone's sails

team (noun)

team (verb)

team player (adj.)

tee it up

That's (it's) a homerun

That's the ball game

that's the way the ball bounces

The ball's in your court. It's in your court.

the downside

the game

throw good money after bad

throw in the towel (or sponge)

throw it ; throw something up to someone

throw someone off the track; throw someone off

time-out

to ante up ( cards/gambling: raises the stakes: not in the idiom list)

touch base with someone

touchdown

two strikes against one and the bases are loaded

two strikes against you
top

U
under the table

upside
top

W
wide of the mark

win by a nose

winning hands down





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