Terms in this set (40)
Tell someone about an idea or plan in order to find out what they think of it
To demand that something happens
To ask someone to do something
To understand something
To behave in a way that makes people believe that you have a particular characteristic
Come up with
To suggest or think of an idea or plan
To be confident that you can depend on someone
To talk to someone or meet someone, especially as part of your job
Used to describe a place where people can go, usually to get help or advice
Face up to
To accept that a difficult situation exists
Feel up to
To have the energy to do something
To feel that you belong to a particular group
Get on with
To start or continue doing something
To accept an unpleasant fact
Go in for
To do something regularly
Review in detail
Grow out of
Mention to something
To become involved in an activity
Keep up with
Stay informed about a topic
Leap out at
Something leaps out at you, you notice it immediately:
Loo down on
To think that you are better than someone
Try to notice someone or something
Look froward to
Feel excited about something that is going to happen:
Examine the facts about a problem
Look up to
Admire and respect someone
Make up for
Compensate for something bad with something good
Criticize or be unkind to the same person often
Increase or improve
Joining different things together
When a car starts moving onto a different part of the road:
Affect other people's opinion of someone or something but in a bad way.
Run out of
Finish or use somethig so that there is none left.
Attend to something.
Stand up for
Defend something or someone.
To be very noticeable
Be similar to an older member of your family
To start something.
Discuss all the details of something before making a decision.
Ignore someone or not give attention to something.