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takeover
When one company takes control of another
workouts
exercise sessions
walkout
strike
crackdown
action to stop/reduce
breakout
escape
shake-up
change
break-up
collapse
outlets
places to sell
check-out
cash desk
cutbacks
reductions
turnover
money passing through a company
input
information that is put in
output
production
turnover
change
dropout
person who rejects society
fallout
radioactive dust in atmosphere
printout
oaoer on which computer information has been printed
breakthrough
important discovery
breakdown
failure
outlook
prospect
drawbacks
negative aspects
outcome
conclusion
feedback
comments
set-up
situation
lay-by
parking space at the side of a road
bypass
road avoiding the centre of a town
outbreak
start of something unpleasant
tailback
queue of traffic
break-ins
an illegal entry into a home, car, office, etc.
cover-up
any action, stratagem, or other means of concealing or preventing investigation or exposure.
setback
(n.) Something that interferes with progress
hold-up
an event that causes you to have to wait
getaway
an escape
turnout
amount of people/visitors
lie-in
stay home and reax in bed/couch
handouts
flyers
clear-out
clean something really well
odds and ends
small, unimportant things
give and take
a spirit of compromise
part and parcel
an important part of/belong to
ranting and raving
shouting/very angry
rack and ruin
is ruined/has decayed
prim and proper
rather formal and fussy
rough and ready
poor standard or quality
wine and dine
entertain/take out to restaurants
high and dry
in a very difficult situation
pick and choose
have a wide choice
leaps and bounds
big jumps
peace and quiet
a peaceful/calm situation
rest and recreation (R and R)
relaxation
first and foremost
first and most importantly
here and there
scattered round/in different places
on and off
occasionally
back and forth / to and fro
to and from somewhere
out and about
going out
up and down
in both directions
back to front
the wrong way
sink or swim
survive or fail
slowly but surely
gradually
sooner or later
sometime in the future
all or nothing
To want something completly or not at all
take it or leave it
Offer something
give or take
perhaps a mile or two more, or a mile or two less