One’s “lot in life” is a reference one’s fortune of misfortune as determined by fate, chance, and luck. A “lot” was a token, often a marked stone, cast with others, like dice, to determine an outcome by sheer chance. The word “Lottery“ is derived from lot. Your lot in life is simply the circumstances you must live with, as determined by fate and over which you have little control.
It's a Biblical reference. Not to push religious belief, but the saying comes from the story in Genesis where Abraham and Lot part ways and Lot, not believing in Abraham's knowledge of God, seeks his own future and is tortured for it. Parts ways with what God has commanded multiple times and throughout his life seeks the wrong path. Therefore, in his life he finds trouble throughout. Many in this day in age who find trouble (perceived or otherwise) in life, claim it is their "Lot" in life that they must endure.
It's not an idiom. It means exactly what it says: "quick" means fast or rapid, "curse" means speak scathingly or angrily; "your lot" is your fate in life.
a full schedule; a lot to do
To be in the spotlight is to be the focus of a lot of attention.
It means talk a lot - a whole lot!
a lot of snow
It means you will do a lot to help someone.
save someone's life
"Larger than life" is an idiom, so there isn't an idiom for it.
It means living life to the fullest and trying new things in life.
The idiom, "spice of life", means that you can do something to make your life more exciting. Do something that's daring, challenging, fun; something that's worth living for.
This is a Southern US saying meaning 'a whole lot of' something.
It means to talk a lot without saying anything of value.