- My sister and I have a three-year age difference: I’m 32 and she’s 29.
- to dress for the part
- to wear clothes that are appropriate for what one wants to do, be, or become
If you want to become a vice-president, you should dress for the part. Stop wearing jeans to work and start wearing suits instead.
- expensive jewelry and accessories that one wears to get other people’s attention and make other people think that one has a lot of money
- to set (someone) back
- to cost someone a lot of money
She bought a new piano that set her back almost $2,800.
- one thousand dollars; $1,000
He hopes to make 60 grand next year, even though last year he barely made $50,000.
- token of (one’s) affection
- a sign or symbol of one’s love and care for another person
During the wedding ceremony, he said, “Please accept this ring as a token of my affection and love” as he put the ring on her finger.