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let in | light up | look for | pick up (lift up) | put back | put down (set down) | put in | put together (≠ take apart)| put up | take away ( ≠ put back) | take back | take into | throw at | throw away | throw in | throw out | turn off (switch off)| turn on (switch on)
prevent somebody/something from doing something
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it will cost an arm and a leg
shrouds have no pockets /ʃraʊd/
If you ever want something badly, let it go. If it comes back to you, then it’s yours forever. If it doesn’t, then it was never yours to begin with.Indecent Proposal (1993)
Oxford Photo-Dictionary: Buying and Maintaining a Car
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185 Questions and Answers: Topic 55 Decision
A cover/sales letter to an existing client, this letter instils a sense of client support from the writer Business Letters for busy people.
4000 Essential English Words :Dinosaur Drawings
Adele – Hello
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