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The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, Second Edition
[Early 1500s] right tack 0 See ON THE RIGHT TACK. right up one's alley Also,
right down one's alley. In one's specialty, to one's taste, as in Writingpress
releases is right up her alley, or He loved opera, so this program ofarias was right
American Slang: Cultural Language Guide to Living in the USA
... learning experience. Up in the clouds: See, Cloud. Up in smoke: to be gone; to
wither; fall through. Our plans to build a waterfront development went up in
smoke when the city declared the land to be protected wetlands. Up one's alley:
Joseph Melillo, Edward M. Melillo, 2004
American English Idiomatic Expressions in 52 Weeks: An Easy ...
... hour (TIME) 387 until hell freezes over (TIME) 387 up against (ACH) 397 up
against (DIS) 391 up and about (HEAL) 384 up for grabs (OWN) 393 up front (
PLAN) 401 up in arms (EMO) 391 up in the air (UND) 380 up one's alley (SAT)
394 up ...
Business English Smart Business Talk
Down (or Up) One's Alley Meaning: Catering to one's forte or specialty. Example:
My brother's really good at math. Crunching numbers is right up his alley.
Synonym: One's cup of tea Down The Tubes Meaning: Ruining something
without hope ...
Joern Meissner, Tracy C. Yun, 2008
A Year in the Life of an ESL Student: Idioms and Vocabulary ...
buy/take something quickly The customers snapped up the sale merchandise in
less than 15 minutes. right up one's alley i. – perfectly suited to someone I think
the beautiful blouse you found in that store is right up your alley. take in (to) i.
Idiomatic Expressions with English Grammar' 99 Ed.
... UP FOR GRABS — UP FOR SALE — UP IN ARMS — UP IN THE AIR — UP
ONE'S ALLEY — UP ONE'S SLEEVE — UP THE POLE — UP THE SPOUT — UP
TIGHT — UP TO — UP TO A POINT — UP TO A THING OR TWO — UP-TO-DATE
A Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English
1890-1915. Ware. right there. See put it right there! right up (one's) alley. See
alley. right up (one's) street. See street. right up and down, like a yard of pump-
water. 'Straightforward and in earnest': nautical: mid-C.19-20. (Bowen) Cf. right-
British-American/American-British: Hippocrene Dictionary and ...
... your elbow not to know "B" from Battledore not up one's alley not up one's
street not with a ten foot pole not by a long chalkmark, not by a long chalk Notary
Public Commissioner for Oaths nothing worth taking nothing worth nicking
Catherine M. McCormick, 1996
... has many good friends but his girlfriend wants him all to herself. all-time The
Oscar nomination was an all-time high for the young actor. alley, right up one's
alley = one's cup of tea If you need help with calculus, you should ask John A©3.
365 American English Idioms
... sock in it IDIOM 267: ut one's foot in one's mouth IDIOM 268: ut our heads to
ether IDIOM #269: rack one's brain IDIOM 270: rake someone over the coals
IDIOM #271: red tape IDIOM #272: right up one's alley IDIOM 273: rink dink
IDIOM 274: ...