•Usher in sth (phrasal verb) - To mark or observe the beginning of something.（迎来，开启）
1.The Industrial Revolution ushered in a period of great technological advancements.
2.We ushered in the new year with a celebration.
•Kick up a fuss/storm (idiom) - To show great anger about something, especially when this does not seem necessary. （挑起事端，起哄滋事）
1.If they fire him, Tom is ready to kick up a storm.
2.He kicked up a tremendous fuss about having to wait.
•Pick holes in (sth) (idiom) - To make an effort to find flaws or negative aspects in something through excessive analysis or criticism.（找破绽，挑毛病）,
1.Critics picked holes in his performance, but his fans seemed to love it.
2.The lawyer picked holes in the witness's story.
•Chuck it (all) in (idiom) - To give up doing what one has been doing; to quit.（甩手不干）
1.He grew tired of his job and decided to just chuck it all in.
2.If I didn't have to keep the job to live, I'd have chucked it in long ago.
•Back on track (idiom) - Going in the right direction again after a mistake, failure, etc.（重整旗鼓，重回正轨）
1.The large investment helped the company get back on track.
2.I tried to get my life back on track after my divorce.