釋義： A small sum of cash carried by a woman to pay for the fare home in the event of her quarreling with and separating from her date or escort. （女子赴約時自備的急用的零錢）
例句：My mother taught me to always have a bit of mad money on me when I go on dates, just in case things turn sour at the end of the evening.
2. 表述：shoot the bull
釋義：To chat or converse aimlessly or casually. （閑聊）
例句：Customers always want to shoot the bull with me in the store before they buy something.
I just shot the bull with John for a while when he passed me on the street.
A: Our professor is talking about her experience as CEP again in class.
B: This woman has nothing to do. She loves to shoot the bull.
3. 表述：buy the farm
例句：——Did you hear that old Walt bought the farm? ——Yeah, He got to spend 92 years on this earth.
I'll pass through this illness as I'm too young to buy the farm.
He lived for a few hours after his collapse, but then he bought the farm.