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Word of the - Editorial Words. Today's "Word of the Day" is "suo motu" and it is a phrase meaning. Interesting English Words, Unusual Words, Weird Words, Learn English Words, Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, English Idioms, Latin Maxims, Upsc Notes

Word of the Day-02NOV18 - Editorial Words

Word of the Day-02NOV18 - Editorial Words. Today's "Word of the Day" is "suo motu" and it is a phrase meaning...

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Phrase of the Day (cut a sorry figure)-29FEB20 - Editorial Words

Phrase of the Day (cut a sorry figure)-29FEB20. Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is cut a sorry figure and it is a phrase meaning “make a poor impression;...

Word of the - Editorial Words. Today's "Word of the Day" is suo motu and it is a phrase meaning. Foreign Words, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Phrases, Root Words, Words To Use, Latin Maxims, Alien Words, Feroz Khan

Word of the Day-15JUL18 - Editorial Words

Word of the Day-15JUL18 - Editorial Words. Today's "Word of the Day" is suo motu and it is a phrase meaning...

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Word of the Day-07SEP19 - Editorial Words

Today’s “Word of the Day” is preside over and it is a phrase meaning “be in charge of, be responsible for, [.......]

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Phrase of the Day-24OCT19 - Editorial Words

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is call it a day and it is a phrase meaning “retire, give up work, stop working”. This [.......]

Phrase of the Day (fancy someone’s chances) Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is fancy someone’s chances and it is a phrase meaning “to have faith. Word 3, Word Play, Rare Words, New Words, English Idioms, English Vocabulary, Writing Skills, Writing Prompts, Phrase Meaning

Phrase of the Day (fancy someone’s chances) -12FEB20 - Editorial Words

Phrase of the Day (fancy someone’s chances) -12FEB20. Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is fancy someone’s chances and it is a phrase meaning “to have faith...

Phrase of the Words. Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is with one's back to the wall and it is a phrase English Grammar Worksheets, English Idioms, Grammar Lessons, English Vinglish, English Words, Learn English, Slang Phrases, Idioms And Phrases, Phrase Meaning

Phrase of the Day-09NOV19 - Editorial Words

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is get/put one’s head down and it is a phrase meaning “work hard, exert oneself, concentrate/focus on [.......]

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100 English Phrases | 100 Basic English Phrases - English Study Here

100 English Phrases | 100 Basic English Phrases 1.Hello 2.Hi 3.See ya later 4.Sure! 5.Nope 6.How are you? 7.How’s it going? 8.How have you been? 9.How’s your family? 10.What’s up? 11.What’s new? 12.Pretty good. 13.Can’t complain. 14.7. I’ve been busy. 15.Thanks a lot. 16.I really appreciate it. 17.Would you like a drink? 18.How do you feel about…? 19.I’m returning your call. 20.Can you tell me…? 21.Would you happen to know…? 22.I have no idea/clue. 23.I’m not really sure. 24.Do you agree…

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Phrase of the Day-24NOV19 - Editorial Words

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is off the hook and it is a phrase meaning “release someone from a difficult situation; free someone from [.......]

Phrase of the Day (blow hot and cold) - Editorial Words English Vocabulary Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, Interesting English Words, Unusual Words, Slang Phrases, Idioms And Phrases, English Writing Skills, Book Writing Tips

Phrase of the Day (blow hot and cold) -02FEB20 - Editorial Words

Phrase of the Day (blow hot and cold) -02FEB20. Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is blow hot and cold and it is a phrase meaning “keep changing...

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Phrase of the Day-17SEP19 - Editorial Words

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is play to the gallery and it is a phrase meaning “instead of doing his/her job, [.......]

Phrase of the Day (take to the cleaners) - Editorial Words English Grammar Worksheets, English Vocabulary Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, Grammar Lessons, English Lessons, English Vinglish, Learn English, Study Motivation

Phrase of the Day (take to the cleaners) -26JAN20 - Editorial Words

Phrase of the Day (take to the cleaners) -26JAN20. Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is take to the cleaners and it is a phrase meaning “(in sports) gain...

Phrase of the Words. Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is in tandem and it is a phrase meaning. Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, Interesting English Words, Idioms And Proverbs, Phrase Of The Day, Idioms And Phrases, Conversational English

Phrase of the Day-18JUN19 - Editorial Words

Phrase of the Day-18JUN19-Editorial Words. Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is in tandem and it is a phrase meaning...

Word of the Words. Today’s “Word of the Day” is pull out all the stops and it is a phrase meaning. Vocabulary Sentences, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, Slang Phrases, Idioms And Phrases, English Writing Skills, Learning English

Word of the Day-22JUN19 - Editorial Words

Word of the Day-22JUN19-Editorial Words. Today’s “Word of the Day” is pull out all the stops and it is a phrase meaning...

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is on the trot and it is a phrase meaning “in succession, one after the other, [. Learn English Grammar, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, English Language Learning, English Writing, Comunication Skills, Advanced Vocabulary

Phrase of the Day-01JUL19 - Editorial Words

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is on the trot and it is a phrase meaning “in succession, one after the other, [.......]

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