1. as one man
They rose as one man to applaud his speech.
2. the man in the street
The man in the street often has little interest in politics.
3. man of letters
Shakespeare was perhaps Britain's greatestman of letters.
4. man of the world
Bob is a man of the world; why not go to him for advice?
5. to a man
The committee, to a man, adopted the proposal.
6. be one's own man
Now that he has a business he is his own man.
After a refreshing nap he was again his own man.
7. a man about town
John has a reputation for being a man about town.
8. man and boy
He's been working that farm, man and boy, for more than 50 years.
9. sort out the men from the boys
OK everybody, today we're going to do a physical fitness test, which willsoonsort out the men from the boys!