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She was taken with my charming smile. Wanna come with us? She is up to this task. She asked me in for coffee.

These figures don’t add up right. Bank into -To crush into. The TV is acting up again. The TV is on. Live it up – Have a good time by spending a lot of money Live off – Use money earned Live on – Use money for basic necessities – Not be forgotten Live out – Czsaowniki somewhere until you die – Fulfill an ambition or fantasy – Not live at the place where you study or work Live through – Experience different times Live together – Have a relationship and live in the same place without marrying Live up to – Meet expectations or standards Live with – Accept something unpleasant – Have a relationship and live in the same place without marrying Load down – Burden Load up – Take illegal drugs – Fill a machine or vehicle Load up angielwki – Consume a lot of something for a particular purpose Lock up – Close all doors, windows, etc.

He is out to get you. I’m out of money, yet still happy. They bailed us out of the trouble. My car was banged up by a careless lady driver. He was banged vrazowe for stealing my precious socks: They both were in on our plan. They block up our way to the garage. Susan bailed out on me when I needed her. Account for – To explain or justify: Type up – Type a finished version Use up – Finish or consume all of something Veg out – Relax, do nothing Venture forth Wade in – Start something or get involved, often without thinking or to forcefully – Attack Wade into – Become embroiled or involved in a situation, without thinking or planning usually Wade through – Get to the end of something with difficulty Wait about – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait around – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait behind – Stay somewhere after other people have left Wait in – Stay at home because someone is going to visit Wait on – Serve people in a restaurant – Sell goods in a shop – Provide someeone with everything they need or want – Wait for a result before being able to make a decision Wait out – Wait till something has finished, usually something unpleasant Wait up – Not go to bed because you are waiting Wait up!


We bogged down in a number of problems. The racket blasted off and was on its way to the Moon. The whole office was buzzing with rumours about their affair. Czsowniki dla stron WWW.

When the plane took off it was too late to back off. Add in the tip too!

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They are bubbling over with excitement. Please, stop writing and put away your pens. Do you want to talk to her? Power shortages were the cause of the black out in the city. He bashed out his essey and got a lousy mark. Her allergies acted up again. We have to adhere to our plan. Show around – Take someone to a place to show them certain parts Show in – Take someone into an office or other room Show off – Behave in a way so as to attract attention – Display something you are proud of – Make the qualities of another thing more apparent Show out – Take someone to out of a room or building Show over – Take someone around a site Show round – Take someone to a place to show them certain parts Show through – When a feeling can be seen despite attempts to conceal it Show up – Attend something or arrive somewhere – Become clear or apparent – Make someone feel embarrassed or ashamed Shut away – Imprison or remove someone’s freedom Shut down – Close a business, shop, etc.


Tom asked Mary out. I asked around if anyone knew where the train station was.

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They bashed up the speaker for the remarks he made. I bend over backwards for you and you don’t appricate it.

Susan is down with flu. The time is up! Strona bierna – passive voice, krok po kroku komentarze: The radio blared out an awful punk music. Wee’d better take a different route.

I blanked this out off my memory. What are the kids up to this time? Icouldn’t account for what I was doing yesterday. Some aspects of the story didn’t add up. The refugee ached for his homeland. He was beat up by a bunch of hooligans. He aseked after your mother, who is sick in hospital.