COOK (SOMEONE’S) GOOSE, COOK UP, COOL (ONE’S) HEELS: American English Idioms #47

COOK (SOMEONE’S) GOOSE Cook someone’s goose is used to mean ruining someone’s plans, putting an end to their success. This idiom attracts the image of someone cooking a goose which is then served with stuffing, potatoes, and gravy. Actually, there is no soup in “souping up” which means making something faster or more powerful. Idiom:…

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