2: Run the plank:
3. Run the gauntlet: to have to deal with a lot of people who are criticizing or attacking you.
“Every day they had to run the gauntlet of hostilejournalists on their way to school”
4. Run for Office:
5. Do penance: /‘pen.ənts/
An act which shows that you feel sorry about something that you have done, sometimes for religious reasons.
“They aredoing penance for their sins”
6. Do Homage: /’hɒm.ɪdʒ/
Deep respect and often praise shown for a person or god
“On this occasion we are doing homage to him for his achievements”
8. Take a Wink: Take a nap
“She takes a wink everyday after lunch”
9. Catch a glimpse: see something for a brief time.
10. Catch a Break: It's an expression which means get some relief,or go easy on something, or it may mean to make something less severe for a time
"Consumers may catch a break on heating bills. Despite surge in crude oil prices, some bills could be relatively mild"11. Catch the view:
12. Hold your fire: the act of firing weapons or artillery at an enemy.
"Hold your fire until you can see the whites of their eyes"; "they retreated in the face ofwithering enemy fire"
13. Hold Promise: to be likely to succeed.
“The new drug holds promise for helping to control addiction”
14. Hold your teeth:
15. Hold your own: (also hold your (own) ground)to be as successful as other people or things in a situation: “Josie can hold her own in any argument” / to not become more ill or weaker: “He's still ill but holding his own”
16. Keep anappointment: to go to a meeting or event that has been arranged.
“She phoned to say she couldn't keep her appointment”
17. Keep a straight face: To look serious and not laugh, although you are in a funnysituation or are saying something funny or stupid.
“I can never play jokes on people because I can't keep a straight face”
18. Keep abreast of sth: /ə’brest/
To make sure you know all the most...