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2024-05-28 20:48:48 Waste not, want not


Meaning

If we do not waste things we will not be short of things. If we use our resources carefully, we shall never be in need.

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2024-05-28 11:02:19 take up (1)


Meaning
to fill an area of space or a period of time

For example

We're selling the dining table because it takes up too much room in our new apartment.

I don't have much spare time, and exercising takes most of that up anyway.

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2024-05-27 20:56:46 find your feet


Meaning
If you're still finding your feet, you're still adjusting to a new place or a new situation.

For example

It takes a while to find your feet when you start a new job, but you'll soon figure out who's who and what's what.

Gary's been studying here for three months and he still hasn't found his feet. Maybe he should try something else.

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2024-05-27 00:42:30 kef | kif


Meaning

plant material that's smoked or ingested for its mind-altering effects, such as cannabis, marijuana or hashish


For example

While he was in Lebanon, Johanne smoked kef through a hookah with his Lebanese friends.

Our history professor said that kif has been smoked in India and the Middle East for thousands of years.

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2024-05-26 12:35:57 Facts are stubborn things


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We cannot avoid the truth, even when it is not what we want to hear or express.

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2024-05-25 21:39:24 turn around


Meaning
to change something unsuccessful into something successful

For example

What do you think the government should do to turn the economy around?

If she wants to turn her life around she needs to stop taking drugs and drinking alcohol.

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2024-05-25 11:40:44 give the green light


Meaning
If you give something the green light, you give permission for it to be done, or allow it to happen.

For example

The government has given the green light to our tree-planting project, so we can go ahead and start organizing things.

As soon as our CEO gives the new product the green light, we'll start planning production.

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2024-05-23 12:03:32 They that sow the wind shall reap the whirlwind


Meaning

A warning that we must expect to suffer serious consequences as the result of our own bad actions. We get back what we give out.
Origin: The idea of cause and effect is expressed by several religions or philosophies. This particular proverb is an allusion to The Bible (Hosea 8:7): "For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind..."

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2024-05-22 12:01:10 keep up (3)


Meaning
If somebody or something keeps you up, you cannot go to bed.

For example

The noise from my neighbour's party kept me up most of the night.

The noise from my neighbour's party kept me up most of the night.

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2024-05-21 23:20:00 wash your hands of something


Meaning
If you wash your hands of something that you were involved in, you decide to stop being involved in it after losing your interest or belief in it.

For example

She washed her hands of the whole project after she found out that people had been stealing donated money.

Jim washed his hands of politics long ago after realising how corrupt most politicians were.

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