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watch out
look out
Watch out
................., will you? You almost knock that vase off the table.
break off
1. To separate or become separated, as by twisting or tearing. 2. To stop suddenly, as in speaking.
broke off
I dropped that mug on the floor and the handle ................... .
embark on sth
to start sth serious
embark on
Are you sure you are ready to .................... a new relationship?
fall for sb
to start to love sb
fallen for
Andy has ................. one of her old school mates.
light up
to start flashing or burning
light up
Whenever sb mentions Susan’s name Paul’s eyes .................. .
pick sb up
flirted sb successfully
picked
Tom ............... Sue up in a nightclub.
show sb sth off
be very proud of sb sth
show her off
He brought his new girlfriend to ....................... .
tell off
argue with sb, speak paddly to sb
tell her off
I was so happy that she was back. I didn’t even ...................... .
turn up
to appear
turned up
He .................... late with a bunch of flowers.
ask sb out
to invite sb for a date
to ask her out
Jack is too shy ............................. .
turn sb on
to have sexual influence for sb
turns me on
She’s got great legs. She really ......................... .
put sb out
to piss sb off
put me out
Yesterdays quarrel (argue, row ) really ...................... .
go by
to consider sb’s opinion during making choice.
to go by
He seems to be a reasonable man if my daughter’s opinion is anything ..................... .
bottle up
to gather sth and keep it
bottled up
There is a lot of ..................... anger in the relationship.
ask after sb
ask about sb
asks after you
I don’t understand how come you dislike him so much. He ..................... every time l see him.
make up
to make a peace with sb, to reconcile
make up
They usually need a couple of days to ...................... after an argument.