Found 1,071 phrases starting with W:


what someone saidUsed to indicate agreement, as if one would have wanted to say what a previous speaker has said, without change or qualificationRate it:
what the deuceAn intensive form of what.Rate it:
what the devilUsed to add emphasis to "what" when beginning question.Rate it:
what the dickensEuphemism for what the Devil, used to add emphasis to "what" when beginning a question.Rate it:
what the effEuphemistic form of what the fuck.Rate it:
what the fuckAn intensive form of what.Rate it:
what the fudgeEuphemistic form of what the fuck.Rate it:
what the hayEuphemistic form of what the hell.Rate it:
what the heckwhat the hellRate it:
what the hellAn intensive form of what. this sense?)Rate it:
what the hellWhy not? or Who cares?Rate it:
what the heywhat the hellRate it:
what the world ?What in the world is going on here?Rate it:
what time have you gotused to ask someone for the time of day, especially for checking against one's own clockRate it:
what time is itWhat is the time of day?Rate it:
what was someone smokingUsed to express surprise about someone's uncharacteristic or whacky, offbeat past actions.Rate it:
what was someone thinkingUsed to express disappointment about someone's uncharacteristic or abnormal past actions.Rate it:
what was thatUsed other than as an idiom: see what, was, that.Rate it:
what was thatWhat did you just say?Rate it:
what was your first clueA riposte to someone who has just stated an obvious conclusion.Rate it:
what will be, will beWhatever it comes to be, it will be accepted. One must accept the outcome.Rate it:
what withOwing to; because of; as a result of.Rate it:
what would Jesus doExpression intended to help a person facing a choice with moral, ethical or religious implications.Rate it:
what would you likeUsed to ask the interlocutor what they would like to order, to buy or have a look at.Rate it:
what you see is what you getThe image corresponds to the reality.Rate it:
what you see is what you getThe screen image resembles the printed output.Rate it:
what's cookingWhat's happening?; what's going on?; how are you?.Rate it:
what's doingAn informal greeting.Rate it:
what's done is doneEvents that have already taken place cannot be changed and actions that have already been committed cannot be undone, so it is best not to dwell on them.Rate it:
what's eatingWhat is wrong? What is the problem (with somebody)? Inquired of somebody who is upset, worried, angry, etc.Rate it:
what's eating somebody? Inquired of somebody who is upset, worried, angry, etc.Rate it:
what's eating youWhat is annoying or bothering you?.Rate it:
what's going onAn informal greeting.Rate it:
what's going onExpression of concern, asking for an explanationRate it:
what's goodwhat is good, especially in reference to food.Rate it:
what's goodwhat's upRate it:
what's goodwhat is your problem. Example: And now back to this bitch that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. Miley, what's good?Rate it:
what's good for the goose is good for the ganderWhat is good for a woman is equally good for a man; or, what a woman can have or do, so can a man have or do. This comes from an earlier proverb, "What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander."Rate it:
what's good for the goose is good for the ganderWhat is good for one type is equally good for another type, despite any irrelevant differences between the types.Rate it:
what's in it for meTo me, personally?.Rate it:
what's it to youWhy are you asking? Why do you want to know?.Rate it:
what's it to youMind your own business; it's none of your business.Rate it:
what's newThe latest developments in a particular situation or a person's life.Rate it:
what's newAn informal greeting asking the other person what has recently happened in their lives. A typical response might be, "Not much, you?". At times the greeting may not be literal and might just be used as a synonym for hello or what's up.Rate it:
what's newImplies that the situation is and always has been unsatisfactory.Rate it:
what's on your mindWhat are you thinking about?Rate it:
what's sauce for the goose is sauce for the ganderIf something is acceptable for one person, it is acceptable for another.Rate it:
what's thatWhat is that?Rate it:
what's thatWhat was that?Rate it:
what's the beefWhy are you complaining? What are you complaining about?Rate it:

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