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The latest Messages 6

2024-05-08 09:45:32 fib


Meaning

a small, harmless lie (n.) | to tell a small, harmless lie (v.)


For example

I can tell you're fibbing because you're trying not to smile!

We told our youngest child a little fib about where our pet dog went when he died. She was too young to understand the truth.


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2024-05-07 23:49:24 Share and share alike


Meaning

Give everyone an equal portion.

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2024-05-07 13:41:48 have out


Meaning
If you have something out, like a tooth or an organ, it's removed from your body.

For example

Her dentist said she couldn't save the tooth, so she'll have to have it out.

My son's having his appendix out later today.

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2024-05-06 22:07:50 get to the bottom of


Meaning
If you get to the bottom of something, you find out its real cause or the true story behind it.

For example

The police don't know who did the robbery yet, but they promised to get to the bottom of it.

I'm not sure how a mistake like this could happen, but I'm determined to get to the bottom of it and make sure it never happens again.

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2024-05-06 08:59:11 axe | ax (1)


Meaning

to dismiss someone from a job (v.) | dismissal from a job (n.)


For example

Because of the economic downturn, many companies will have to axe a lot of their workers.

Anyone who creates too many problems for the boss will get the ax.


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2024-05-05 22:20:50 Money is the root of all evil


Meaning
According to this saying, all immorality and wickedness is caused by money. This saying is a misquotation, and the original version ("the love of money is the root of all evil") implies that all immorality and wickedness is caused by people loving money, not by money itself.

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2023-07-24 10:45:09 It is best to be on the safe side



Meaning
1) Don't take risks. Be careful and cautious.
2) It's best to be sure. It's best to be absolutely certain.

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2023-07-23 21:16:19 read into



Meaning
to believe you've found more meaning in what someone says or does than others have found

For example

You're reading too much into what he said. I don't think he meant to insult you.

A lot can be read into what someone says, but it doesn't mean that it's all true.
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2023-07-23 12:10:07 a quick study


Meaning
If you're a quick study, you can learn new things quickly.

For example

Albert was always a quick study, except when it came to learning languages.

I only need to show Sue how to do something once, and she gets it. She's a quick study, that girl.

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2023-07-22 09:31:18 beat it


Meaning
go away


For example

Some kids were smoking in the carpark, but when one of them saw a teacher coming they grabbed their stuff and beat it.

When Peter came back from the bathroom, some guy was talking to Leanne. Peter said, "Beat it, pal! She's with me."

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