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On Your Toes

On Your Toes - to be alert; to beware of what is going on

  • You really need to be on your toes at work.
  • When you are traveling you need to be on your toes.
  • It it hard to be on your toes when you are feeling ill.
  • The army needs to be on their toes all the time.
  • My boss is always on this toes.
  • The doctor is very good. He is always on his toes.

Out Of My Mind

Over The Hill

On The Same Wavelength

Once And For All

Out Of The Woods

On Hand

On Call

Off Limits

On And Off

Out Of The Question

Out Like A Light

Out Of Time

On Board With

Off Color

On Top Of The World

On A Shoestring

On Ice

Out Of Control

Off The Wall

On Its last Leg

On Your Toes

Off The Top Of My Head

Of Age

Off The Hook

Once In A While

Out Cold

On Thin Ice

On The Other Hand

Out Of Work

On The Same Page

Oddball

Off The Beaten Path

Off Your Rocker

Off-duty

On Cloud Nine

On Edge

On (someones) Mind

On The Ball

On The House

Once In A Blue Moon

Out Of The Blue

Over My Dead Body

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