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take away
subtract sth from sth, transport
taken away
Good live was .......................... from him by cancer.
back sb up
to support sb
back you up
No matter what you decide I will ............................... .
is up to you
It .............................. to feed and walk the dog.
bumped into
I .......................... your parents in the supermarket today.
deal with sb sth
handle, manage with sb sth
deal sth out
distribute, give, administer, share sth
deal with
She’s got six siblings so she knows how to ........................ small children.
pass away
die
passed away
His granddad ............................ at the age of 99.
keep sth from sb
have a secret for sb
keep from
They tried to .............. the bad news ............. their children.
read out
read aloud
read out
Silence fell on the room after mother ..................... the telegram.
weak me up
................................ when you get back even if it’s very late.
breakdown
a mental or physical catastrophe
broke down
After his wife had left him he .......................... completely.
get along with sb sth
get on with sb sth
gets along
He ...................... supremely well with his mother-in-law.
ran off with
His wife ........................ the postman.
run off
To run away; elope. To print, duplicate, or copy,To flow off; drain away.
run across
To find by chance; come upon.
run after
1. To pursue; chase. 2. To seek the company or attention of for purposes of courting
running after
He finally became tired of ......................... her.
run against
1. To encounter unexpectedly; run into. 2. To work against; oppose
running against
We found public sentiment ............................. him.
run along
To go away; leave.
run away
1. To flee; escape. 2. To leave one's home, especially to elope. 3. To stampede.
run down
1. To stop because of lack of force or power: 2. To make tired; cause to decline in vigor.
ran down
The alarm clock finally ........................... .
run into
To meet or find by chance
run on
1. To keep going; continue. 2. To talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially:
running on
He is always ......................... about his tax problems.
run over
1. To collide with, knock down, and often pass over. 2. To read or review quickly.
ran over
The car ................. a child.
run over
........................ a speech before giving it.
run up
To make or become greater or larger
run up
.................. the price of the company's stock.
run with
1. To keep company: runs with a wild crowd. 2. To take as one's own; adopt:
run with
"[He] was determined to ..................... the idea and go public before it had been researched" (Betty Cuniberti).
a run for money
Strong competition
in the long run
In the final analysis or outcome.
in the short run
In the immediate future.
run a temperature/fever
To have a higher than normal body temperature.
run away with
a. To make off with hurriedly. b. To steal.
run in place
To go through the movements of running without leaving one's original position.
run off at the mouth
To talk excessively or indiscreetly.
run short of
To use up so that a supply becomes insufficient or scanty: ran short of paper clips.