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There are lots of English expressions based on animals – most especially the cat. Let's learn Idioms about CATS in English. English Vocabulary Words, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Lessons, English Grammar, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, English Fun, Learn English Words
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attempt to make someone say something nice to you or about you. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Language Learning, Teaching English
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Idiom: 'TO SLEEP LIKE A LOG' = "(informal) to sleep very well". Also: 'TO SLEEP AS A BABY'. Remember which Beatles song has 'sleeping like a log' in the lyrics? It rimes with 'working like a dog' in "[It's been] A Hard Day's Night"! English Vinglish, Better English, English Tips, English Writing, English Study, English Lessons, English Grammar, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons
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“Hang out” means “to ​spend a lot of ​time in a ​place or with someone”. Example: If he continues to hang out with that group of tough boys, he will eventually end up in jail. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Learn English
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“Make out” means “to hug, kiss and touch in a sexual way”. Example: I went over to this girl’s house to bake cookies, but we ended up making out on a sofa. Get our apps for learning English:...

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“Get away with” means “not get caught or punished for doing something wrong”. Example: Linda often cheats on exams but usually gets away with it. English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Grammar, Good Vocabulary Words, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Vocabulary, Slang Phrases, Idioms And Phrases
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“Get away with” means “not get caught or punished for doing something wrong”. Example: Linda often cheats on exams but usually gets away with it.

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Looking for Another Way to Say GO AWAY? Check Out These 10 GO AWAY Synonyms! - nextstepenglish.com

Wouldn’t it be nice if we lived in a world where we were always happy to see the people around us? Alas, that’s not my life, and I doubt it’s yours either. In fact, we’re saying—or thinking 😉—”Go away!” so often that having just one phrase isn’t enough sometimes. If you need another way to […]