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own up to sth
to admit that you are responsible for sth that has happened
own up
Are you sure he did it? Did he .................. ?
own up to
Don't be afraid to ....................... your mistakes.
owned up to
A vase had been broken, but nobody ......................... it.
pick sb sth up
to lift. 2nd meaning: to colect sb in your vehicle and take sb somewhere
picked up
He ......................... my bags and took them to my room.
pick up sb from
to give sb car ride from certain pleace
pick your books up
............................... off the floor, please.
pick him up
If the baby starts crying, ......................... .
be picked up
Marry was crying to ............................. and carried.
pick up the pieces
to return or to help sb return to normal situation, particulary after a shock or disaster
pick up the pieces
He walked out on his family, leaving his wife to ...................................... .
pick sb up
to stop and let sb get into your vehicle
pick up
I was warned never to ....................... hitchhickers when I was driving on my own.
pickup
noun. an occasion when sb or sth is collected
pickups
The bus driver made several ........................ before heading for the airport.
pick the kids up
I have to ........................... from school this afternoon.
pick up
We can ............... the tickets an hour before the show starts.
pick you up
Shall I ......................... from work today?
being picked up
What time are you .............................. in the morning?
put up with sb sth
to tolerate
put up with
She .............................. her noisy neighbours for years.
put up with
I find him very annoying. I don't know how she ....................... him.
putting up with
I ain't ......................... that sort of behaviour!
put up with
He says it's a nuisance but he can .................... it.
put up with
I hate the city, but we ........................ living there because of our jobs.
set sth up
to create or to start sth, to establish sth
setting up
They often talked about ......................... their own business.
set up
He ............the company....... three and half years ago.
set it up
The company is still run by Anna Marsh, who ........................... in 1983.
set up
She .................. a group for single parents and their children.
was set up
A committee ......................... to investigate the problems.