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adj. impossible to carry out
draw sth up
to prepare something, usually something official, in writing:' * * budget, constitution, contract, guidelines, list, plan, proposal, schedule, shortlist, timetable'
a list of the people or things that you think could be suitable for a job, prize, team etc, chosen from a larger number of people or things: 'Who's on the * f candidates for the position?
set an example
to behave in a way that other people should copy: You should be *ing *good * to your younger brother.'
to not continue with a system or plan:
to get rid of something that is no longer useful or wanted, often using its parts in new ways
throw overboard, unload, throw over the side (especially to lighten the load)
to decide not to use an idea or plan: 'We've had to * our holiday plans because of David's accident.'
put sth forward
to offer an idea, opinion, reason etc, especially so that people can discuss it and make a decision
to decide not to use something such as a plan or suggestion now, although you may use it later: 'I've had to * my plans to buy a new car, because I can't afford it at the moment.'