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pass out
To lose consciousness.
passed out
The bright .................... during the ceremony and had to be carried out of the church .
pass away
1. To pass out of existence; end. 2. To die.
pass off
To offer, sell, or put into circulation (an imitation) as genuine
pass over
To leave out; disregard.
pass up
Informal To let go by; reject
pass up
This opportunity is too good to ................. .
boss around
be bossy towards
bossed around
He was complaining about being ............................ by her.
drag sb into sth
to involve sb in sth
drag me into
Don’t .......................... your marriage problems they are none of my business.
turn out
To end up; result
turn out
How did the wedding ceremony ...................... ?
turn away
refuse, To send away; dismiss
turn back
To reverse one's direction of motion. 2. To drive back and away
turn back
I stopped on the road and had to ...................... .
turn over
To shift the position of, as by rolling from one side to the other
turn to
To begin work
turn to
If you quit dawdling and just ................... , your chores will be done soon.
at every turn
In every place; at every moment.
by turns
One after another; alternately
by turns
"From the ... testimony emerges a man .................. devious and honest, vulgar and gallant, scatterbrained and shrewd" (Life).
in turn
In the proper order or sequence.
out of turn
1. Not in the proper order or sequence. 2. At an inappropriate time or in an inappropriate manner:
out of turn
The student was reprimanded for speaking ...................... .
to a turn
To a precise degree; perfectly
to a turn
The roast was done ...................... .
turn a blind eye
To refuse to see or recognize something
turned a blind eye to
They ............................tax fraud.
turn a deaf ear
To refuse to listen to or hear something
turned a deaf ear to
The president ............................... the protests.
turn a hair
To become afraid or upset
turn a hair
The prime minister didn't ........................ during the crisis.
turn back on
1. To deny; reject. 2. To abandon; forsake.
turn over a new leaf
To change, as one's attitude or conduct, for the better.
turn tail
To run away.
turn the scales
To offset the balance of a situation.
turn the tables
To reverse a situation and gain the upper hand.