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The latest Messages 9

2023-07-02 22:42:14 mug (2)


Meaning
the face


For example

Hey Harvey! Were you at the Liverpool game on Saturday? I was watching it on TV and I'm sure I saw your mug in the crowd.

Looks like Larry's growing a beard. Good idea if it means we don't have to see so much of his big ugly mug!


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2023-07-02 08:20:20 Would you buy a used car from this man?


Meaning
Do you trust this man? I don't.


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2023-07-01 18:30:17 shut out (2)


Meaning
to stop yourself thinking about or feeling something that upsets you or hurts you

For example

She still finds it difficult to shut out the memory of her grandmother's illness.

The thought of losing her is unbearable, and no matter how hard I try, I just can't shut it out.

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2023-07-01 06:30:48 ring a bell


Meaning
If something rings a bell, it sounds familiar or you think you've heard it before.


For example

The name rang a bell but I couldn't remember exactly where I'd heard it before.

Does the name "Hunter S. Thompson" ring a bell?

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2023-06-30 22:21:20 veep


Meaning
the vice president


For example

If a president dies during his or her term, the veep takes over and becomes the president.

What do you think about the Republican Party putting a woman on their ticket to run for veep?


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2023-06-30 12:56:03 A just war is better than an unjust peace


Meaning
Fighting between countries for a fair and good cause is better than no fighting in a situation that is unfair.


Note: just (adj.) = based on what is fair or morally right

war (noun) = fighting or armed conflict between countries

unjust (adj.) = not based on what is fair or morally right

peace (noun) = quiet and tranquillity; freedom from war

Compare: "An unjust peace is better than a just war." - Marcus Tullius Cicero (106BC-43BC)


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2023-06-29 20:10:30 die down


Meaning
If something dies down, it gradually becomes weaker in strength or lower in volume or magnitude.

For example

  The anger people felt about what the previous government had done to their country took a long time to die down.

The new president waited for the applause to die down before he began to speak.

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2023-06-29 12:10:59 feel the pinch


Meaning
If you are feeling the pinch, you're finding it harder to survive on your income.


For example

Since the price of oil went up, lots of businesses have been feeling the pinch.

Inflation has been pretty bad recently, so we've all been feeling the pinch.

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2023-06-28 19:47:20 ripped (2)


Meaning
intoxicated, drunk, drugged


For example

Why do people think they have to get ripped on drugs to have a good time?

Mike was drinking way too much at that party. He was totally ripped!


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