to leg it
- Why don't you leg it?
- It costs an arm and a leg.
- I fell over it and broke my leg
- His leg was in critical condition, but fortunately it got better.
- I'd like to buy this computer, but it costs an arm and a leg!
- That car is great but it costs me an arm and a leg.
- Did you see how much this phone costs? It costs an arm and a leg!
- He broke his leg, but looked none the worse for it.
- I can't buy that car - it costs an arm and a leg.
- It should be known that I can stand on one leg.
- We don't know yet if he really broke his leg. They'll do an X-ray of it.
- The moral sense, or conscience, is as much a part of man as his leg or arm. It is given to all human beings in a stronger or weaker degree, as force of members is given them in a greater or less degree. It may be strengthened by exercise, as may any particular limb of the body.
- The soldiers arrested him, blindfolded him, then they took him behind their vehicle and one of the soldiers took aim at his leg and shot him. This scene was filmed and millions of people from all over the world saw it.
- For such vehicles it is considered that the upper leg test requirements of this Directive may be technically unfeasible.
- If the left leg cannot be kept parallel to the right leg and the left foot cannot be supported by the structure, move the left foot until it is supported.