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turn out
turn up, show up, to appear
turned out
Many people ....................... for the opening of the exhibition.
single out sb sth
select from a group, pick up, to choose sth, to emphasize sth
single out
I love all this crime books. I found it hard to ....................... the best one.
break through sth
To penetrate. To make a sudden, quick advance, as through an obstruction.
break through
It was impossible to.......................... the crowd gather around the stage.
break off
1. To separate or become separated, as by twisting or tearing. 2. To stop suddenly, as in speaking.
break out
1. To become affected with a skin eruption, such as pimples. 2. To develop suddenly and forcefully:
break a leg
Used to wish someone, such as an actor, success in a performance.
break bread
To eat together.
break camp
To pack up equipment and leave a campsite.
break cover
To emerge from a protected location or hiding place
broke cover
The platoon ....................... and headed down the road.
break even
To gain an amount equal to that invested, as in a commercial venture.
break ground
1. To begin a new construction project. 2. To advance beyond previous achievements.
break neck
To make the almost possible effort
break sb's heart
To disappoint or dispirit someone severely.
break the bank
To require more money than is available.
break the ice
1. To make a start. 2. To relax a tense or unduly formal atmosphere or social situation.
make sth up to sb
To compensate for
make it up to
I can’t come with you to the cinema tonight, but I will .......................... you.
make for
1. To have or produce (a particular effect or result): small details that make for comfort. 2. To help promote; further:
make off
To depart in haste; run away.
make out
1. To discern or see, especially with difficulty.2. To understand
make out
I could barely ..................... the traffic signs through the rain.
make out
I could not ....................... what she said
make over
1. To redo; renovate. 2. To change or transfer the ownership of, usually by means of a legal document:
made over
She ...................... the scrufy property to her son.
make a clean breast of
To confess fully.
make a face
To distort the features of the face; grimace.
make a go of sth
To achieve success in sth
made a go of
They have ............................ the business. (success)
make away with
1. To carry off; steal. 2. To use up or consume. 3. To kill or destroy.
make believe
To pretend.
make bold
To venture
make book
To accept bets on a race, game, or contest.
make ends meet
To manage so that one's means are sufficient for one's needs.
make fun of
To mock; ridicule.
make good
1. To carry out successfully:3. To make compensation for; make up for . 4. To succeed
make no bones about
To be forthright and candid about; acknowledge freely:
make no bones about
They .................................. their dislike for each other.
make off with
To snatch or steal:
made off with
He .......................... the profits.
make tracks
Slang To move or leave in a hurry.