Quick translation: to eat something quickly Example: "I wolfed down that sandwich so quickly."
My interpretation: Wolves are known for eating their food quickly; for fear that another wolf will get to it before them. So to "wolf something down" is to eat as quickly as a wolf does. 2-Word/Expression: gotta Quick translation:to have to/to need to Example: "I gotta leave now." 3-Word/Expression: to go (expression used where food is sold) Quick translation: to carry out/to take out with you Example: A waiter or salesperson may ask "Would you like (your food) to go?" 4-Word/Expression: sick (when used to describe a person's mind or an event) Quick translation: strange or perverted Example: "That person is sick!" or "What he did to her is sick!" 5-Word/Expression: What's up? Quick translation: a very casual way to say "Hi" or "How are you?" or "What is happening here?" 6-Word/Expression: handy Quick translation: very useful, very industrious, or able to fix things themselves Example: "Her husband is very handy around the house." 7-Word/Expression: to catch a taxi /cab or to hail a cab/taxi Quick translation: to get a taxi / cab Example: "Let's catch a taxi to the restaurant." 8-Word/Expression: to catch a TV show/new story/conversation Quick translation: to hear or see something Example: "Did you catch the news last night?" 9-Word/Expression: to have time Quick translation: to have sufficient available time Example: "If we have time, we can stay at the bar until 11:00 p.m." 10-Word/Expression: to threaten to kill someone Quick translation: to be very mad with someone Example: "I'm going to kill her when I see her." 11-Word/Expression: "Whatever floats your boat." Quick translation: whatever pleases you Example: "I'd prefer to go on Sunday." Response: "OK, whatever floats your boat." 12-Word/Expression: shaky/sketchy Quick translation: unsafe, unclear, not a good idea Examples: "I'm not sure what my boss wants me to do. His directions were a bit sketchy." OR "Should you go there? Isn't that neighborhood a bit shaky/sketchy?" 13-Word/Expression: "I'm outta here" (I am out of here) Quick translation: I am leaving now 14-Word/Expression: guy/guys Quick translation: a man/a group of men or a group of men AND women. Examples: "Hi guys (men and/OR women)... what's up?" "That guy (man only) is strange." "Those guys (men, or group of men and women) are also coming with us." Further clarification: Guy (singular) can only refer to a MAN. Guys (plural) can apply to a group of men and/or women. 15-Word/Expression: to double-check Quick translation: to re-check or verify Example: "You should double-check our bank account balance before we plan our vacation trip." 16-Word/Expression: "You gotta be kidding me." Quick translation: "You must be joking." OR "What you are saying cannot be true." 17-Word/Expression: gonna (pronounced like "gunna") Quick translation: going to .... Example: "I'm gonna clean the bathroom today."