English Idioms with word good

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Idiom Meaning Sentence
as good as gold said of a well-behaved child Bob is as good as gold most of the time. He's a very polite child.
do someone good be good for someone’s health Why don’t you take a short holiday? It would do you good.
do someone a good turn do someone a favour in order to help him I like Bob. Just after the war he did me a really good turn and I’ve never forgotten it.
for good forever, permanently Kathrine’s gone to Canada - for good. She’s not coming back.
have a good time enjoy oneself I wasn’t looking forward to the staff party, but we all had a really good time.
a good deal a lot of, often My sister travelled in Canada a good deal when she was a student.
a good few / many quite a lot, several There were a good few people at the concert last night.
as good as one's word true to one's promise, absolutely reliable Susan is as good as her word. If she said she'd help you, then she will.
be in someone's good books be in favour with someone He has been in his teacher's good books since he started learning harder.
good for nothing having no good qualities, lazy, unreliable I've never liked him. He's a good for nothing.
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