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2024-05-15 10:06:08 get away with


Meaning
to do something illegal or immoral and not get caught or punished

For example

Janet got away with shoplifting clothes the first few times, but she soon got caught and now she's stuck with a police record for the rest of her life.

Bobby nearly got away with the robbery, but he spent the money too quickly and local police who knew him got suspicious.

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2024-05-14 23:56:58 mend your ways


Meaning
If you mend your ways, you improve your behaviour and stop doing things that cause trouble.

For example

Terry had better mend his ways or Rosie will leave him forever.

It took him a long time to mend his ways, but these days Jack is a good father and husband.

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2024-05-14 12:14:06 ecofreak


Meaning

a person with strong views on the importance of protecting the natural environment


For example

Before becoming Minister for the Environment, Peter was a rock star and an ecofreak.

All these ecofreaks came and lay down in front of the bulldozers to stop them from clearing the forest.


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2024-05-13 23:46:22 Talk of the Devil, and he is bound to appear


Meaning

1. Speaking about the Devil may invite him to come. 2. We often say "Talk of the devil!" (or "Speak of the devil!") when somebody that we have just been speaking about suddenly appears.

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2024-05-13 09:20:18 yearn for


Meaning
to want something very much

For example

Even though I left England a long time ago, I still yearn for the beauty of the English countryside.

Paula is still getting over the breakup with her boyfriend. She's still yearning for the sound of his voice and the smell of his hair.

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2024-05-12 14:02:04 verbal diarrhoea


Meaning
If someone has verbal diarrhoea, they can't stop talking.

For example

Janice has a real bad case of verbal diarrhoea. It's like she's afraid of silence and has to keep talking to block it out.

I don't know if you could say he's got verbal diarrhoea, but Alan sure does talk a lot.

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2024-05-11 23:53:08 OD


Meaning

to take an overdose of a drug


For example

If someone OD's, call an ambulance immediately. After calling, give the person mouth-to-mouth resuscitation if they've stopped breathing.

It's very easy to OD and die from taking a narcotic drug like heroin. This is because narcotics are such powerful drugs that taking a dose which is just a little bit stronger than usual can kill a person.


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2024-05-11 13:05:22 The road to hell is paved with good intentions


Meaning

1) People who believe they are doing good can end up doing bad (the law of unintended consequences). 2) There is no value in simply planning to do good if you don't actually do it.

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2024-05-09 11:04:48 stir up


Meaning
to cause trouble among people or to cause bad feelings to arise

For example

The company says environmentalists are stirring up trouble by telling people the factory will pollute their river.

You'll stir a lot of bad feeling up if you say their son died of a drug overdose. They want people to think it was a heart attack.

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2024-05-08 23:41:38 wide of the mark


Meaning
If something is wide of the mark, it isn't true or accurate, or it misses the target.

For example

The manager expected sales to double this year, but his prediction was wide of the mark. They only increased by ten per cent.

Ronaldo's first shot was wide of the mark, but his second one went right into the back of the net for a goal.

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