f Idioms

IDIOM ►
Meaning 1
a defensive maneuver where the team closely guards their opponent from baseline to baseline
Sentence 1
The Celtics were behind and put on a full court press hoping to change the course of the game.
Meaning 2
an aggressive defense
Sentence 2
In order to get the contract, we will have to get everyone involved in a full court press on the other company.
IDIOM ►
Meaning 1
the sails are expanded; full of wind
Sentence 1
Full sails ahead!
Meaning 2
to be highly energetic.
Sentence 2
They went into the project enthusiastically with full sails.
IDIOM ►
Meaning 1
For the football term "quarterback" go to that idiom. Fans replaying a play after the fact.
Sentence 1
Tom Brady, the quarterback of the New England Patriots, threw a pass for a touchdown but the play was reviewed by news media later.
Meaning 2
To decide what could have happened after the fact. Hindsight.
Sentence 2
Avid football fans frequently are "Monday morning quarterbacks," reviewing their teams' play.