Ex: "You loaned your brand new car to Jack?! Are you crazy? Jack doesn't know enough to come in out of the rain! You'll be lucky to get your car back in one piece."
More context is needed.-fall apart
This idiom originates in the game of baseball, where a player must be on base in order to be safe. In colloquial AmE, if someone is "off base", he is misunderstanding or misinterpreting a situation, or he is just plain incorrect.3- be off base
Ex: "You are way off base if you think I had any romantic intentions when I kissed you on the cheek. It was just a gesture of friendship."
To physically force ones way into a place or situation. Literally it means to push ones way through a throng by using ones elbows in order to make space.4- elbow one's way in
Ex: "We were all waiting patiently in front of the gate, waiting for Disney World to open, when this obnoxious woman elbowed her way in front of us, determined to be the first person admitted."
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