Bodywork: /ˈbɒdiwɜːk/ the main outside structure of a vehicle, usually made of painted metal. E.g. The car had damaged bodywork but a very good engine.
Rusty: /ˈrʌsti/ covered with rust. Sp. oxidado. E.g. rusty metal. A rusty old car.
1.a. Sound: in good condition; not damaged, hurt, etc. E.g. The house needs attention but the roof is sound.
1.b. Sound: sensible; that you can rely on and that will probably give good results. E.g. a person of sound judgement. He gave me some very sound advice. This gives the design team a sound basis for their work. The proposal makes sound commercial sense. Their policies are environmentally sound.
2.a. Sharp: . E.g.
somebody/something: depend on as a source of income or support. E.g. if you think you’re going to live off me for the rest of your life, you’re mistaken.She's still living off her parents. To live off welfare.
5.c. See, etc. how the land lies (British English) to find out about a situation. E.g. Let's wait and see how the land lies before we do anything.
6.a. Square: make compatible; reconcile. E.g. I’m able to square my profession with my religious beliefs.
6.b. Square: at right angles; perpendicular. E.g. these lines must be square to the top and bottom marked edges.
6.c. a square meal: a good, satisfying meal. E.g. He looks as though he hasn't had a square meal for weeks.