An Academy of Adventure is a school where adventures happen, not one that specifically sets out to teach its students how to be adventurers. In other words, it's not the exact counterpart of the Academy of Evil for heroes, although many heroes are formed in Academies of Adventure.
Badass Transplant is not about getting a transplanted posterior that is rather unattractive, nor is it about said posterior being "bad" in the Michael Jackson sense, either. Nor does it have anything to do with transplanting a butt that May Contain Evil.
Bandage Babe is not a sexually drawn adhesive medical strip.
Bang Bang BANG is not the anime trope where an intense collision is shown three times in rapid succession. Nor is it about an increasingly frantic knock at one's door. Or, you know, sex. Neither is it about the Mozambique Drill - you want Finishing Move for that. It's most certainly not about Bang Shishigami.
A Blade on a Stick is not a form of snack food that caters to one's masochistic desires, or to those with suicidal tendencies. Also, since they swallow blades vertically, sword-swallowers will be unable to properly partake of this without removing the blades from the stick. The stick will also have to be particularly strong or the blades very light, to prevent the stick from snapping. (Yup...)
Board to Death has nothing to do with the Ending Fatigue of a Tabletop Game or beating someone to death with a wooden plank. However, if you brought a plank to a meeting (for some reason) and proceeded to bludgeon someone with it, it would be an example.
Nor is it necessarily The Joker, although they are often an example.
Car Fu is not a Greek island made of cars. It is also not what you say to your car after it breaks down one too many times. Nor is it the martial arts discipline Jazz is a master of. It's not about vandalizing cars using Kung Fu, either.
Cargo Envy is not about truck drivers looking with jealousy upon the heavily loaded vehicles of their colleagues.
Cassandra Did It is not the trope wherein a character always predicting some particular brand of doom, but who is never believed, actually does implement said doom themself because they're tired of being made fun of and wants to be right for once.
Cat Girl is not the younger version of Catwoman, nor is it her younger sidekick. Nor is it one that is both female and feline. It only applies Little Bit Beastly with cat ears and sometimes a tail, but otherwise are look mostly like a normal person. Characters with fur all over should be under other tropes.
Character Shilling is about characters on a show going out of their way to convince each other (and the audience) that another character is awesome. A CharacterShill, on the other hand, is a character who advertises for a real-life sponsor during a commercial break on their own show.
Character Shilling, furthermore, does not involve characters appearing on historical British currency.
Nor is it about a cul-de-sac in your typical American suburban subdivision. Nor, for that matter, driving around a traffic circle or modern roundabout (though a Circular Drive may be executed on one of the latter two).
Could Have Avoided This Plot is not about someone realizing they didn't need to trample all over someone else's vegetable garden to get to their destination. Of course, if the garden's owner notices and gets annoyed, then it WOULD become an example of this trope.
Crapsack World is not about a world filled with actual bags of crap (although that would count as one).
Crashing Dreams is not about stories where aspirations and life goals become shattered, nor is it about two or more characters with mutually exclusive aspirations and life goals. It is also not necessarily about characters who dream (in any sense) about crashing.