Expresiones y frases - Letra F

Idioms - Letter F

fair and square con todas las de la ley
fair enough está bien
fair game presa fácil
fair play juego limpio
fair to middling regular
fair-weather friend amigo sólo en las buenas
  • Of course I didn't cheat to win the game! I won it fair and square!
  • So, you don't want to stay here. Fair enough, but where will you go?
  • Celebrities are often fair game for the press and the media.
  • Kicking a player from the opposite team in the leg isn't exactly fair play, you know?
  • Mary can speak Spanish fluently, but her Portuguese is fair to middling.
  • Where is Joe now that I need him? He's just a fair-weather friend...
fairy godmother hada madrina
false alarm falsa alamra
false economy falso ahorro
false start intento fallido
famous last words! ¡sí, claro!
far be it from me to... no es que yo quiera...
  • I wish I had a fairy godmother to make all my problems go away...
  • The bomb threat at the shopping mall was nothing but a false alarm.
  • You'll only get a false economy if you buy that cheap washing machine.
  • After a few false starts, we could finally launch the new product.
  • He told me he was with his mother. Famous last words! He was at a bar with his friends!
  • Far be it from me to tell you not to buy that house, but think of the price...
fast and furious a un ritmo vertiginoso
fat chance! ¡ni soñarlo!
fender bender topetazo
few and far between contados con los dedos de una mano
figment of one's imagination producto de la imaginación
filthy rich forrado en dinero
  • Dave loves those fast and furious action films. His favourite movie is 'Die Hard'.
  • Do you think my dad will ever lend me the car? Ha! Fat chance!
  • Mark got into a fender bender last Tuesday but no one got hurt.
  • My parents had their quarrels but they were few and far between.
  • I thought I'd heard some steps but it was just a figment of my imagination.
  • Patrick inherited a very large fortune from his grandfather and now he's filthy rich.
finders, keepers el que lo encuentra se lo queda
first and foremost ante todo
first come, first served por orden de llegada
first things first primero lo más importante
fit to be tied fuera de sí
flat broke en la ruina
  • No way I'm giving you the scarf! I found it! Finders, keepers!
  • First and foremost, I'd like to thank you all for coming tonight.
  • They're giving away tickets on a first-come, first-served basis at the record store.
  • First things first: how is your father? Is he getting better?
  • Amy was fit to be tied when Greg broke up with her.
  • Due to his constant betting, Josh is flat broke.
flesh and blood de carne y hueso
flotsam and jetsam los marginados
food for thought dar que pensar
footloose and fancy-free soltero y sin compromiso
forbidden fruit el fruto prohibido
forewarned is forearmed hombre prevenido vale por dos
full of beans lleno de energía
  • I may seem insensitive, but what you said hurt me. I am flesh and blood.
  • The government still don't know how to help the flotsam and jetsam of society.
  • That documentary on global warming really gives you food for thought.
  • When you're footloose and fancy-free you go out every night; try it, it's wonderful!
  • My mom never let us eat chocolate when we were kids. It was our forbidden fruit.
  • Children are full of beans nowadays. It must be all the sugar they eat.
full of piss and vinegar lleno de energía
full steam ahead a todo vapor
funny business cosas raras
funny money dinero sucio
  • James is full of piss and vinegar now. That nap he took was all he needed.
  • Once everything is ready to open our business, it'll be full steam ahead.
  • I know Tom, he's been acting very strange lately. He's into funny business.
  • Many officials from the previous administration were charged with passing funny money.