Call (It's your call):
Listen, I don't wanna interfere. It's your call.
Call a spade a spade:
To speak the honest truth to someone even if it's hard for the other person to hear.
Even though he is my rival, I have to call a spade a spade. He played really well last night!
Call it a day:
To stop working for the rest of the day.
Let's call it a day. I'm too tired to continue.
Call the shots:
To make all the important decisions.
Don't blame me. My boss is the one who calls all the shots.
Cannot stomach something/someone:
Cannot handle or tolerate something or someone.
I cannot stomach her jokes. They're so rude!
Can't Wait For:
I can't wait for the new roller coaster to debut! It looks awesome!
Chew someone out:
Discipline someone verbally.
My boss chewed me out for losing the sale.
To nearly miss or escape a big problem or disaster.
That was a close call, but the truck missed hitting our car by inches!
Comes with the Territory (also Goes with the Territory):
It happens in those situations.
Being a teacher, learning constantly comes with the territory.
Crack Someone Up:
To make a person laugh.
That comedian always cracks me up!
Cross Your Fingers:
Hope something turns out well. Wish for good luck.
I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you to do well.
Last minute. Need to do something now! (See:Down to the Wire)
The test is tomorrow. It's crunch time.
Cup Of Joe:
Cup of coffee.
Wanna go get a cup of joe?
Cut it out:
Stop doing that.
Cut it out! Stop making fun of me!
Cut to the Chase:
Only talk about what’s important, skip the rest.
Cut to the chase dude, I’m tired.