At every turn （idiom） - If something unpleasant happens at every turn, it happens everywhere and every time you try to do something.（时时处处，动辄）
Examples： 1.There is a new problem at every turn. She found her plans frustrated at every turn.
Spit sth out （phrasal verb） - To say something scornfully.（说出，倾吐）
Examples： 1.Finally he decided to spit out what was really on his mind.
2.He spit out the curse from between his teeth.
Lump A and B together （phrasal verb）– To put or consider two or more people or things together in the same group.（混为一谈，归併在一起）
Examples：1.Policemen, bankers and butchers are all lumped together in the service sector.
2. The media tends to lump all these political groups together.
Jerry-built（adj.）-Built quickly and badly using cheap materials. （偷工减料建成的，草率建造的，“豆腐渣”工程）
Examples： 1.The urgent need for housing has meant that jerry-built apartments have sprung up all over the city.
2.That jerry-built cabin will be blown apart in a strong wind.
Spout on/off （about sth） （phrasal verb）–To talk about something in a boring or annoying way.（喋喋不休地说，唠唠叨叨，高谈阔论）
Examples：1.Waht are you spouting on about now？
2.I really don't want to listen to Tom spouting off all afternoon.