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12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to do without: survive or exist withou…
according to: in the order of; on the…
to be bound to: to be certain to, to b…
for sure: without doubt (also: for cer…
As a traveling salesperson, Monica can't do without a car.
The students on the football team were ranked according to he…
We are bound to be late if you don't hurry up.
In the dark, I couldn't tell for sure whether it was Polly or…
to do without: survive or exist withou…
As a traveling salesperson, Monica can't do without a car.
according to: in the order of; on the…
The students on the football team were ranked according to he…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to make do: to manage, to cope... This id…
to give birth to: to bear a human bein…
close call: a situation involving a na…
to get on one's nerves: to annoy or di…
Pearl doesn't have a clean blouse so she has to make do with…
Jane's mother has just given birth to twin girls.
Bob, that car nearly hit us! What a close call.
Laura loves to talk to anyone. Sometimes her chatter really g…
to make do: to manage, to cope... This id…
Pearl doesn't have a clean blouse so she has to make do with…
to give birth to: to bear a human bein…
Jane's mother has just given birth to twin girls.
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to stop by: to visit or stop somewhere…
to drop (someone) a line: to write a n…
to come across: to meet or find unexpe…
to stand for: to represent, to signify…
James had to stop by the registrar's office to submit a trans…
As soon as I get to Florida, I'll drop you a line and tell yo…
While Cheryl was cleaning the attic, she came across some ver…
On the American flag, each start stands for one of the fifty…
to stop by: to visit or stop somewhere…
James had to stop by the registrar's office to submit a trans…
to drop (someone) a line: to write a n…
As soon as I get to Florida, I'll drop you a line and tell yo…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to point out: to show, to indicate, to…
to be up: to expire, to be finished... Th…
to be over: to be finished, to end (al…
on time: exactly at the correct time,…
What important buildings did the tour guide point out to you?
"The time is up," the teacher said at the end of the test per…
After the dance was over, we all went to a restaurant.
I thought that Margaret would arrive late, but she was right…
to point out: to show, to indicate, to…
What important buildings did the tour guide point out to you?
to be up: to expire, to be finished... Th…
"The time is up," the teacher said at the end of the test per…
11 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to keep out: not to enter, not allow t…
to keep away (from): to stay at a dist…
to find fault with: criticize, to comp…
ill at ease: uncomfortable or worried…
There was a large sign outside the door that said, "Danger! K…
Please be sure to keep the children away from the street!
It is very easy to find fault with the work of others, but mo…
Speaking in front of a large audience makes many people feel…
to keep out: not to enter, not allow t…
There was a large sign outside the door that said, "Danger! K…
to keep away (from): to stay at a dist…
Please be sure to keep the children away from the street!
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
on one's toes: alert, cautious... This id…
to get along: to make progress; to man…
hard of hearing: partially deaf, not a…
to see eye to eye: to agree, to concur
It's important for all the players on a soccer team to stay o…
Juan is getting along very well in his English studies.
You'll have to speak a little louder. Mrs. Evans is hard of h…
I'm glad that we see eye to eye on the matter of the conferen…
on one's toes: alert, cautious... This id…
It's important for all the players on a soccer team to stay o…
to get along: to make progress; to man…
Juan is getting along very well in his English studies.
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to burst out: to depart quickly (also:…
to get away: to get free, to escape
to get away with: to avoid punishment…
to serve (someone) right: to receive o…
Faye and Debbie were so angry at each other that one of them…
We always try to get away from the noise and heat of the city…
Jonathan tries to get away with coming late to work almost ev…
It serves Jonathan right to be fired from his job.
to burst out: to depart quickly (also:…
Faye and Debbie were so angry at each other that one of them…
to get away: to get free, to escape
We always try to get away from the noise and heat of the city…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
up to date: modern; current, timely... Hy…
out of date: not modern; not current,…
to blow up: to inflate, to fill with a…
to catch fire: to begin to burn
The president insisted that the company bring its aging equip…
Many people buy new cars when their old cars become out of da…
Daddy, could you please blow up this balloon for me?
Don't stand too close to the gas stove. Your clothes may catc…
up to date: modern; current, timely... Hy…
The president insisted that the company bring its aging equip…
out of date: not modern; not current,…
Many people buy new cars when their old cars become out of da…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to let up: to slacken, to lessen in in…
to lay off: to abstain from, stop usin…
to bring out: to show or introduce (to…
to bring back: to return a bought or b…
If the rain doesn't let up soon, we won't be able to have our…
If you're trying to lose weight, you should lay off sweet thi…
Most automobile companies bring out new models each year.
Ma'am, our store policy is that you can bring back the dress…
to let up: to slacken, to lessen in in…
If the rain doesn't let up soon, we won't be able to have our…
to lay off: to abstain from, stop usin…
If you're trying to lose weight, you should lay off sweet thi…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
under the weather: not feeling well, s…
to hang up: to place clothes on a hook…
to count on: to trust someone in time…
to make friends: to become friendly wi…
John stayed home from work because he was feeling under the w…
Would you like me to hang up your coat for you in the closet?
I can count on my parents to help me in an emergency.
Patricia is a shy girl and doesn't make friends easily.
under the weather: not feeling well, s…
John stayed home from work because he was feeling under the w…
to hang up: to place clothes on a hook…
Would you like me to hang up your coat for you in the closet?
11 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to bite off: to accept as a responsibi…
to tell apart: to distinguish between…
all in all: considering everything
to pass out: to distribute (also: to h…
When I accepted the position of chairman, I didn't realize ho…
The two brothers look so much a like that few people can tell…
There were a few problems, but all in all it was a well-organ…
Please help me pass out these test papers; there must be a hu…
to bite off: to accept as a responsibi…
When I accepted the position of chairman, I didn't realize ho…
to tell apart: to distinguish between…
The two brothers look so much a like that few people can tell…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to wake up: to arise from sleep, to aw…
to be in charge of: to manage, to have…
as soon as: just after, when
to get in touch with: to communicate w…
Marge woke up this morning very early, but she did not get up…
Jane is in charge of the office while Mrs. Haig is a business…
As soon as it started to snow, the children ran outside with…
You can get in touch with him by calling the Burma Hotel.
to wake up: to arise from sleep, to aw…
Marge woke up this morning very early, but she did not get up…
to be in charge of: to manage, to have…
Jane is in charge of the office while Mrs. Haig is a business…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to go up: to increase (also: to drive…
to go up to: to approach (also: to com…
to hand in: to submit or deliver somet…
in case: in order to be prepared if... Wh…
Economists are predicting that consumer prices are going up.…
After the lecture, several people in the audience went up to…
Every student has to hand in an original composition each wee…
You'd better close the windows in case it rains.
to go up: to increase (also: to drive…
Economists are predicting that consumer prices are going up.…
to go up to: to approach (also: to com…
After the lecture, several people in the audience went up to…
11 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to take on: to employ, to hire (S); to…
to take down: to remove from an elevat…
to fall through: to fail to materializ…
to give in: to surrender, to stop resi…
That factory is taking a lot of new employees on for its new…
We should take the pictures down from the wall and clean off…
Our plan to travel to Europe last summer fell through when we…
Completely surrounded by our soldiers, the enemy finally gave…
to take on: to employ, to hire (S); to…
That factory is taking a lot of new employees on for its new…
to take down: to remove from an elevat…
We should take the pictures down from the wall and clean off…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to come about: to happen
to bring about: to cause to happen... Thi…
to build up: to increase slowly, to ma…
to die down: to decrease, to lessen in…
I didn't find any explanation in the newspaper about how the…
John brought about the accident because of his carelessness.
They built up their savings account so that they could buy a…
The hurricane became a less serious tropical storm when its w…
to come about: to happen
I didn't find any explanation in the newspaper about how the…
to bring about: to cause to happen... Thi…
John brought about the accident because of his carelessness.
11 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to knock out: to make unconscious (S);…
to knock one self out: to work very ha…
to carry out: to accomplish, to execut…
to run into: to meet someone unexpecte…
The prizefighter knocked out his opponent with one punch in t…
She really knocked herself out trying to pass that difficult…
It's easy to write down a plan for losing weight, but much ha…
It was a shock to run into an old friend from high school rec…
to knock out: to make unconscious (S);…
The prizefighter knocked out his opponent with one punch in t…
to knock one self out: to work very ha…
She really knocked herself out trying to pass that difficult…
11 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to blow out: to explode, to go flat (f…
to become of: to happen to (a missing…
to shut up: to close for a period of t…
have got: to have, to possess
On our trip to Colorado, one of the car tires blew out when i…
What has become of my pencil? I had it ten minutes ago, but n…
During the hurricane, all the store owners shut their shops up.
Curtis has got a bad cold. He's sneezing and coughing a lot.
to blow out: to explode, to go flat (f…
On our trip to Colorado, one of the car tires blew out when i…
to become of: to happen to (a missing…
What has become of my pencil? I had it ten minutes ago, but n…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to eat in/to eat out: to eat at home/t…
cut and dried: predictable, known befo…
to look after: to watch, to supervise,…
to feel like: to have the desire to, t…
I feel too tired to go out for dinner. Let's eat in again ton…
The results of the national election were rather cut and drie…
Grandma will look after the baby while we go to the lecture.
I don't feel like studying tonight. Let's go to a basketball…
to eat in/to eat out: to eat at home/t…
I feel too tired to go out for dinner. Let's eat in again ton…
cut and dried: predictable, known befo…
The results of the national election were rather cut and drie…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to break down: to stop functioning... Com…
to turn out: to become or result; to a…
once in a blue moon: rarely, infrequen…
to give up: to stop trying, to stop a…
I just bought my new car yesterday and already it has broken…
Most parents wonder how their children will turn out as adults.
Snow falls on the city of San Diego, California, once in a bl…
I'm sure that you can accomplish this task. Don't give up yet!
to break down: to stop functioning... Com…
I just bought my new car yesterday and already it has broken…
to turn out: to become or result; to a…
Most parents wonder how their children will turn out as adults.
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to be about to: to be at the moment of…
to turn around: to move or face in the…
to take turns: to alternate, to change…
to pay attention (to): to look at and…
I was just about to leave when you telephoned.
The man turned his car around and drove back the way he came.
During the trip, Darlene and I took turns driving so that nei…
Please pay attention to me while I'm speaking to you!
to be about to: to be at the moment of…
I was just about to leave when you telephoned.
to turn around: to move or face in the…
The man turned his car around and drove back the way he came.
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
inside out: with the inside facing the…
upside down: with the upper side turne…
to fill in: to write answers in (S); t…
to fill out: to complete a form (S)... Th…
Someone should tell little Bobby that his shirt is inside out.
The accident caused on car to turn upside down, its wheels sp…
You should be careful to fill in the blanks on the registrati…
Every prospective employee must fill out an application by gi…
inside out: with the inside facing the…
Someone should tell little Bobby that his shirt is inside out.
upside down: with the upper side turne…
The accident caused on car to turn upside down, its wheels sp…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH
to hold still: not to move (S)
to know by sight: to recognize (S)... Thi…
to be the matter: to be unsatisfactory…
to bring up: to rear, to raise from ch…
Please hold still while I adjust your tie.
I have never met our new neighbors; I simply know them by sig…
o A: What is the matter, Betty? You look very upset.... o B: Yes…
Parents should bring up their children to be responsible memb…
to hold still: not to move (S)
Please hold still while I adjust your tie.
to know by sight: to recognize (S)... Thi…
I have never met our new neighbors; I simply know them by sig…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH 10
to make sure: to be sure, to ascertain…
now and then: occasionally, sometimes…
to get rid of: to eliminate, to remove…
every other (one): every second (one),…
Please make sure that you turn off the radio before you go out.
I don't see him very often, but (every) now and then we arran…
Jerry tried hard to get rid of the stain on his shirt, but he…
I play tennis with my father every other Saturday, so I usual…
to make sure: to be sure, to ascertain…
Please make sure that you turn off the radio before you go out.
now and then: occasionally, sometimes…
I don't see him very often, but (every) now and then we arran…
22 terms
Essential Vocabulary (English to Spanish)
How are you?
Children
Spouse
Truth
¿Cómo estás?
Hijos
Esposo/a
Verdad
How are you?
¿Cómo estás?
Children
Hijos
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 31
to go through: to undergo, to experien…
to go without saying: to be known with…
to put (someone) on: to mislead by jok…
to keep one's head: to remain calm dur…
I can't believe what she went through to get that job. She ha…
It goes without saying that you shouldn't drive quickly in ba…
Don't worry. I wouldn't expect you do all that work by yourse…
When the heater caused a fire, Gloria kept her head and phone…
to go through: to undergo, to experien…
I can't believe what she went through to get that job. She ha…
to go without saying: to be known with…
It goes without saying that you shouldn't drive quickly in ba…
11 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH: LESSON 5
to look out: to be careful or cautious…
to shake hands: to exchange greetings…
to get back: to return (S)
to catch cold: to become sick with a c…
"Look out!" Jeffrey cried as his friend almost stepped in a b…
When people meet for the first time, they usually shake hands.
Mr. Harris got back from his business trip to Chicago this mo…
If you go out in this rain, you will surely catch cold.
to look out: to be careful or cautious…
"Look out!" Jeffrey cried as his friend almost stepped in a b…
to shake hands: to exchange greetings…
When people meet for the first time, they usually shake hands.
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 34
to get cold feet: to become unable or…
to trade in: to receive credit for the…
face-to-face: direct, personal; direct…
to be with (someone): to support, to b…
Karl was supposed to marry Elaine this weekend, but at the la…
The car dealership offered me $1,000 for my old car if I trad…
The workers' representatives had a face-to-face meeting with…
Although others thought that we shouldn't go along with Jerry…
to get cold feet: to become unable or…
Karl was supposed to marry Elaine this weekend, but at the la…
to trade in: to receive credit for the…
The car dealership offered me $1,000 for my old car if I trad…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 32
to step in: to become involved or conc…
to step down: to retire or leave a top…
to step on: to treat severely, to disc…
a steal: very inexpensive, a bargain... T…
When the children started fighting on the play-ground, a teac…
Next May the principal will step down after thirty-five years…
Sometimes it's necessary to step on children when they do som…
I can't believe that I paid only $2,000 for this three year-o…
to step in: to become involved or conc…
When the children started fighting on the play-ground, a teac…
to step down: to retire or leave a top…
Next May the principal will step down after thirty-five years…
15 terms
Essential English Vocabulary
superimposed
synchronized
modify
disengage
One thing layered over another
made to happen at the same time or to agree in time; made to…
to change
uncouple; separate; disconnect
superimposed
One thing layered over another
synchronized
made to happen at the same time or to agree in time; made to…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 36
to check in: to register at a hotel or…
to check out: to pay the bill at a hot…
to take at one's word: to accept what…
to serve (the/one's) purpose: to be us…
Courtney arrived in town at mid-day and promptly checked in a…
The latest you should check out of the hotel is 12 noon. Howe…
When he offered to be responsible for the fund raiser, I took…
I don't have a screwdriver to open this, but I think that a k…
to check in: to register at a hotel or…
Courtney arrived in town at mid-day and promptly checked in a…
to check out: to pay the bill at a hot…
The latest you should check out of the hotel is 12 noon. Howe…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 35
to pin on: to find guilty of a crime o…
to get a rise out of: to provoke a res…
to stick around: to stay or remain whe…
to pick up the tab: to pay the cost or…
The prosecuting attorney tried to pin the murder on the victi…
You can kid me all day about my mistake, but you won't get a…
Todd had to stick around the house all day until the new furn…
The advertising manger is flying to Puerto Rico for a confere…
to pin on: to find guilty of a crime o…
The prosecuting attorney tried to pin the murder on the victi…
to get a rise out of: to provoke a res…
You can kid me all day about my mistake, but you won't get a…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 33
to kick (something) around: to discuss…
on the ball: attentive, competent, alert
to make up: to meet or fulfill a misse…
to make up with: resolve differences w…
At first my friends were reluctant to consider my suggestion,…
Jim was the only one who caught that serious error in the boo…
The teacher allowed several students who missed the exam to m…
Gundula made up with her roommate after their serious... misunde…
to kick (something) around: to discuss…
At first my friends were reluctant to consider my suggestion,…
on the ball: attentive, competent, alert
Jim was the only one who caught that serious error in the boo…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 29
to work out: to exercise; to develop,…
to back up: to drive or go backwards (…
to back out: to drive a vehicle out of…
to have one's heart set on: to desire…
Jane works out at the fitness center every other morning befo…
I couldn't back my car up because there was a bicycle in the…
The parking lot attendant had to back another car out before…
She has her heart set on taking a trip abroad. She's been thi…
to work out: to exercise; to develop,…
Jane works out at the fitness center every other morning befo…
to back up: to drive or go backwards (…
I couldn't back my car up because there was a bicycle in the…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH: LESSON 3
to pick out: to choose, to select
to take one's time: to do without rush…
to talk over: to discuss or consider a…
to life down: to place oneself in a fl…
Ann picked out a good book to give to her brother as a gradua…
There's no need to hurry doing those exercises. Take your time.
We talked over Carla's plan to install an air conditioner in…
If you are tired, why don't you lie down for an hour or so?
to pick out: to choose, to select
Ann picked out a good book to give to her brother as a gradua…
to take one's time: to do without rush…
There's no need to hurry doing those exercises. Take your time.
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH LESSON 30
to slow down: to go, or cause to go, m…
to dry up: to lose, or cause to lose,…
to dry out: to lose, or cause to lose,…
to be up to (something): to be doing s…
The car was going so fast that the motorist couldn't slow it…
Every summer the extreme heat in this valley dries the stream…
Martha hung the towel outside on the clothesline in order to…
Hi, Jake. I haven't seen you in a long time. What have you be…
to slow down: to go, or cause to go, m…
The car was going so fast that the motorist couldn't slow it…
to dry up: to lose, or cause to lose,…
Every summer the extreme heat in this valley dries the stream…
34 terms
Essential English
Allusion
Anaphora
Anecdote
Antithesis
Literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference in…
The regular repetition of the same words or phrases at the be…
A short narrative detailing particulars of an interesting epi…
The juxtaposition of sharply contrasting ideas in balanced or…
Allusion
Literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference in…
Anaphora
The regular repetition of the same words or phrases at the be…
30 terms
Essential English
convey
toggle
panting
groans
Comunicar (transportar, llevar, transmitir)
alternar (turnar)
...
...
convey
Comunicar (transportar, llevar, transmitir)
toggle
alternar (turnar)
11 terms
Essential English 2
help
I don't think so
sure
can't
help
I don't think so
Essential English Vocabulary
foreplay
oral sex
porn
vanilla
n. 前戏
口交
adj. 色情的
...
foreplay
n. 前戏
oral sex
口交
12 terms
Essential English 6
My English isn't very good.
I don't understand
I don't speak English at all.
hobbies
My English isn't very good.
I don't understand
21 terms
400 essential english words
apparent
blind
calculate
chat
it is easy to see
they cannot see
to find an answer using math
to talk with someone
apparent
it is easy to see
blind
they cannot see
94 terms
English essential
genre
Fiction
Drama
All stories contain the four main elem…
A type or category of literature
writing that tells an imaginary story
another name for a play, and contains story elements along wi…
plot, setting, character, and theme
genre
A type or category of literature
Fiction
writing that tells an imaginary story
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH: LESSION 4
to take part in: to be involved in, to…
at all: to any degree (also: in the le…
to look up: to locate information in a…
to wait on: to serve in a store or res…
Martin was sick and could not take part in the meeting yester…
Larry isn't at all shy about expressing his opinions
Ellen suggested that we look up Lee's telephone number in the…
A very pleasant young clerk waited on me in that shop
to take part in: to be involved in, to…
Martin was sick and could not take part in the meeting yester…
at all: to any degree (also: in the le…
Larry isn't at all shy about expressing his opinions
94 terms
English essential
genre
Fiction
Drama
All stories contain the four main elem…
A type or category of literature
writing that tells an imaginary story
another name for a play, and contains story elements along wi…
plot, setting, character, and theme
genre
A type or category of literature
Fiction
writing that tells an imaginary story
Essential English words !!!!!
entrepreneur
set up
entrepreneurship
fascinating
a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses,…
հիմնել
ձեռնարկատիրություն
extremely interesting, հետաքրքրաշարժ
entrepreneur
a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses,…
set up
հիմնել
10 terms
Essential English 5
from
get out
can
quit
from
get out
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH - 29
under the weather: not feeling well, s…
to hang up: to place clothes on a hook…
to count on: to trust someone in time…
to make friends: to become friendly wi…
John stayed home from work because he was feeling under the w…
Would you like me to hang up your coat for you in the closet?
I can count on my parents to help me in an emergency.
Patricia is a shy girl and doesn't make friends easily.
under the weather: not feeling well, s…
John stayed home from work because he was feeling under the w…
to hang up: to place clothes on a hook…
Would you like me to hang up your coat for you in the closet?
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH - 20
up to date: modern; current, timely... Hy…
out of date: not modern; not current,…
to blow up: to inflate, to fill with a…
to catch fire: to begin to burn
The president insisted that the company bring its aging equip…
Many people buy new cars when their old cars become out of da…
Daddy, could you please blow up this balloon for me?
Don't stand too close to the gas stove. Your clothes may catc…
up to date: modern; current, timely... Hy…
The president insisted that the company bring its aging equip…
out of date: not modern; not current,…
Many people buy new cars when their old cars become out of da…
20 terms
4000 Essential English Words - Book 4 (Unit 13)
affect
autograph
bead
brew
To ... someone or something is to have an influence over them…
An ... is the written name of a famous person.... - Everybody wa…
A ... is a drop of liquid.... - ... of water collected outside t…
To ... coffee or tea means to pour hot water over it.... - Pleas…
affect
To ... someone or something is to have an influence over them…
autograph
An ... is the written name of a famous person.... - Everybody wa…
12 terms
ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH - 23
to wake up: to arise from sleep, to aw…
to be in charge of: to manage, to have…
as soon as: just after, when
to get in touch with: to communicate w…
Marge woke up this morning very early, but she did not get up…
Jane is in charge of the office while Mrs. Haig is a business…
As soon as it started to snow, the children ran outside with…
You can get in touch with him by calling the Burma Hotel.
to wake up: to arise from sleep, to aw…
Marge woke up this morning very early, but she did not get up…
to be in charge of: to manage, to have…
Jane is in charge of the office while Mrs. Haig is a business…
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