Idiom: Give me five
Meaning: If someone says this, they want to hit your open hand against theirs as a way of congratulation or greeting.
Country: International English |
Subject Area: Numbers |
Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Give up the ghost
- I hereby give notice of my intention
- Give someone a piece of your mind
- Give it some stick
- Give someone enough rope
- Give your eye teeth
- Give the nod
- Give someone a leg up
- Give someone a run for their money
- Give and take
- Couldn't give two hoots
- Not give a monkey's
- Give as good as you get
- Give a big hand
- Give someone the runaround
- Not give a fig
- Not give the time of day
- Give someone the axe
- Give the shirt off your back
- I don't give a pin!
- Give someone the boot
- Give someone their marching orders
- Give someone stick
- Don't give up the day job
- Give me a hand
- Give away the store
- Give someone their cards
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