10 terms

TOEFL

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push the envelope
go beyond accepted boundaries
test the waters
to check the likelihood of success before proceeding
pan out
to work out well or produce a good result
account for something
to be the explanation or cause of something
give away a secret
to reveal
follow suit
to do the same thing as someone else
know the ropes
to be fully acquainted with the procedures
have second thoughts
to change your opinion about something or start to doubt it
look into something
investigate something
keep options open
to avoid doing anything that might rule out a future course of action

She will probably matriculate to State University, but she's ____ her ____ until she has gotten a response from all of the schools she applied to.