1) drag your feet on. - dilly-dally, put things off for later, delay, dawdle
2) get off my back.- just leave me alone
3) have patience and the mulberry leaf will become satin / or a silk gown - apparently a Chinese proverb.A mulberry tree requires special care and it's very time consuming to cultivate it, but once you put a lot of work into it, you will be greatly rewarded. In other words, just be patient, "Rome wasn't built in a day".
4) my wife is going into labor.- she's going to have a baby
5) deep six someone. - to get rid of someone, put him six feet under ( grave), to destroy.
6) do somebody in.- to kill someobody
7) shilly shally.- to hesitate, to dither ( same as above dilly-dally), unable to come to a decision.
Blue and orange are used here for phrases with the the same idea.
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