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a totally different ballgame

A situation that is completely different from what one is used to or expecting. Living away from home is a totally different ballgame for most young adults. I used to babysit, but having a child of my own is a totally different ballgame.

(I've) seen worse.

a noncommittal and not totally negative judgment about something or someone. Alice: How did you like the movie? John: I've seen worse. Bill: What do you think about this weather? Gladys: Seen worse.
See also: seen, worse

totally awesome

Sl. very, very impressive. His motorcycle is totally awesome. It must have cost a fortune.
See also: awesome, totally

totally

mod. absolutely; completely. (Standard. Achieves slang status through overuse.) How totally gross!

totally awesome

mod. very, very impressive. His motorcycle is totally awesome. It must have cost a fortune.
See also: awesome, totally

totally clueless

mod. ignorant (of something). (see also cluelessness.) Everybody was totally clueless as to what to do.
See also: clueless, totally
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A request made, say, at 2 PM that is expected to be done before the end of the school day, is totally unrealistic.
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When we totally dehumanize our enemies, the terrorists, once again, have won.
SHEFFIELD Wednesday boss Danny Wilson believes Paolo Di Canio was not totally to blame for the incident which finished with the Italian pushing referee Paul Alcock to the ground.
The taxpayer may wait until more of the debt is collected or has become totally worthless; however, in no event can a taxpayer deduct any part of the bad debt in a year after the debt has become totally worthless.