Basic English Usage
Here are some more slang phrases that people in the US might use.
all ears = very interested and paying careful attention
We were all ears when they explained why we had won the award.
bad-mouth = to say bad things about something; verbally abuse someone
I try not to bad-mouth our competition, but it sure is tempting when they demonstrate how little they care about ethics in their business transactions.
eye opener = something that causes a surprising realization
That sales report was a real eye-opener. We had no idea things were going so well.
low-ball = very low (price); to quote a low price, intending to negotiate to a higher price
They quoted a site license for $500, but we countered with a low-ball offer ($180), since we had plenty of other suppliers we could buy from.
no-brainer = something that is so simple or obvious it really doesn't take much intelligence to understand or answer
The decision to hire her was a no-brainer. She is perfect for the job.
you bet = yes; of course; no problem
Would I accept half of your winnings from the lottery? You bet!
Lesson: Slang 2
Course: Basic English Usage