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be a substitute
write all the required information onto a form
extract or remove, usually with some force or effort
to become really scared, frightened or even angry
find the solution to a problem or question.
learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort.
stop liking and become hostile.(betray)
postpone indefinitely or cancell something that was scheduled
contribute to some cause
charge someone too much for something.
put someone through
postpone, delay, hold back to a later time,.
put up with
to tolerate or accept an unpleasant situation or person without complaining.
extinguish, as of a candle, fire or a light.
put clothing on one's body.
put something in its appropriate place.
submit school work, submit documentation.
to distribute to a group of people.
to spend a lot of time in a place
An expression that tells someone to wait.
make up one's mind
to see, hear, or understand something or someone,
often with difficulty.
kiss, hug, caress with sexual passion
subject to laughter or ridicule.
accept, come to terms with something that is second best.
make a gift of.
emit pollution or something else unpleasant.
submit or yield to another's wish or opinion.
stop doing something, surrender.
remove or detached by cutting
remove part of something (usually with scissors and paper)
cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow
get rid of
to throw away, eliminate.
be unable to move forward.
move out or away
leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
get away with
to do something wrong or illegal without being punished.
get along with
have a good relationship with.
enter or board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)
to come or go into.
move away or escape suddenly.
come to an end
enter someone's property in an unauthorized manner, usually with the intent to steal or commit a violent act.
divide into smaller parts
stop operating or functioning.
take from a person or place.
remove clothes or things.
run out of
to have no more of (something)
escape from the control of.
injured by a vehicle.
to test something by using it.
put on clothing to see if it fits
take a seat
change to an upright sitting position
have desire or wish for
to lose consciousness.
die, kick the bucket.
to be very nice to someone because you want something
simplify, reduce to the essentials.
look forward to
want, wish, anticipate, to be eager for something to happen.
take care of, protect.
to try to find something. search.
to investigate; to carefully examine a situation or event
and try to discover the reasons for it.
find information about.
look up to
feel admiration for.
sleep lightly; nap
lower the top half of your body.
appear or become visible
put something in the garbage / trash, discard.
increase the volume.
refuse to accept.
arrange or order by classes or categories
persuade somebody to do something.
write a note on a piece of paper
to spend time doing nothing imponant or behaving in a silly way, to play and have fun.
accompany a guest to your front door when they are leaving your house, office.
raise a child.
to provide money for something you do not want to
stop something from happening.
draw attention to.
reduce the speed of.
make a sudden loud noise
to improve your knowledge, skill, or memory of
something you used to know, or do, but have now partly
fire, discharge,dismiss, usually for economic reasons.
to fasten; to button; to zip; to tie.
a shoelace / a zip / a dress / a coat etc.
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