To "come on like gangbusters" is a reference to the old radio show of the same name "Gangbusters". It was an early law enforcement cops and robbers type show.It made a try on TV, as did many radio shows. but did not last too long - just a few seasons. The opening sound bite of the show was the sound of tramping feet, as if an army were marching into your living room, followed by the sound of police vehicle sirens.( The TV version included a closeup of marching feet, followed by a fleet of cop cars driving out a garage, with lights blazing and sirens wailing.) The sound image was that of a whole army of police converging on the scene to get the criminal. So, "like gangbusters" means to go all out with maximum force to accomplish one's goal.
Gangbusters - video game - was created in 1982.
Gangbusters - video game - happened in 1982.
There are some baits made just for them & they work like gangbusters.
Dance like no one is watching. Dance like you mean it. :)
This is a literal phrase, referring to the exudation of serous fluid from a lesion.
I like/love you a lot
To be sold very fast
Translation: I like/love you.
Habibi is a phrase of endearment, like "darling" or "baby"
Don't talk to me like that!
It was easy , effortless
like you are on a mountain
The phrase is not grammatically correct as written. However, if you say "Whenever you feel like it, come" then you mean "come to the location whenever you feel as though you want to."
The phrase like a cat in a corn crib is a simile. The phrase means that the cat is sneaky and can not be detected.
you rock means like your cool or your awesome
"I like to play soccer".
it means you don't like the way you look
its means shutup
it is a phrase
it means that polar dissolves polar and nonpolar dissolves nonpolar
"Works like a charm" means that something works very well.
what does the phrase saw red mean
I would like to know what the phrase, "in the spirit of moving forward", means or how could it be worded differently?
The phrase means that the person is treated extremely well and in the same manner as you would treat a royal.
The phrase, " I like turtles," originated from the YouTube video where the interview lady interviewed this kid and he randomly says,"I like turtles." It doesn't mean anything really, it's just said to be funny and copy what the little boy said.