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    Since the beginning of the war, more than 2000 civilians have been killed by Russian missiles, according to official data. Help us protect Ukrainians from missiles - provide max military assisstance to Ukraine #Ukraine. #StandWithUkraine
    Example: 🗣: He has lost his job recently, he is barely making ends meet.
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    📔laze about 📋To relax or spend time idly; to do nothing or very little. 🗣I can't wait to go on my vacation and laze about the beach for two weeks! 🗣It's a gorgeous day outside, so you kids get off your butts and quit lazing about!

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    📔day to day 📋Meaning If something happens day to day, it's part of your usual daily routine. 🤔For example ⬇️ 🗣While you're away you'll have to pay for all your day-to-day expenses yourself, except for the hotel. 🗣She can deal with the small problems she faces day to day, but if there's a major crisis she usually panics. ❕This idiom is written as "day-to-day" if it's used as an adjective in front of a noun.
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    📔lash out ⚖️ Synonym: hit out 📖Meaning to verbally or physically attack someone or something 🤓For example ⤵️ 🗣: An angry politician lashed out in parliament today and tried to hit one of his colleagues. 🗣:I told my girlfriend I thought her new hairstyle wasn't as nice as her old one, and she lashed out and said I was ignorant and didn't know anything about style or fashion.
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    📔Highways and byways 📋Meaning Both major and minor or lesser-traveled roads. (Often used figuratively to describe paths taken in life.) 🤔For example ⬇️ 🗣I'm taking the summer to travel across the Midwest, driving through highways and byways to find all sorts of unique places. 🗣By highways and byways, he ended up making a life for himself in a small village in India.
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    ​​During his school years, Bill Gates changed his high school's program codes so he was placed in class with mostly female students.
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    Get the best of someone — to overwhelm, take control, or gain an advantage over someone: Don't let him get the best of you — just ignore him!
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    Coronavirus News Roundup, April 10--April 16 🔗
    Coronavirus News Roundup: April 10–April 16
    Pandemic highlights for the week
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    Happy Ramadan to all of you guys! Let's Fulfill the fourth Pillar of Islam among five 🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋🕋📿📿📿📿📿📿📿📿📿📿📿📿
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    📔lay (oneself) out 📋To put in a great deal of effort; to inconvenience oneself or go through a lot of trouble. 🗣I don't know why I always lay myself out to impress your parents—they never appreciate what I do anyway. 🗣Your brother and sister really laid themselves out to make your party special, so it would be nice if you showed a little appreciation. 🌟🌟

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    📔burn your bridges | burn your boats 📋Meaning You have burned your bridges, or burned your boats, if you were in a situation and you then left it after doing something that made it impossible to go back there. 🤔For example ⬇️ 🗣I knew I'd be burning my boats if I dropped out of school, but I didn't care because I was determined to be a photographer. 🗣If you insult the boss when you leave, you'll be burning your bridges and you'll never be able to go back to work there again. 🌟🌟
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    Joke time 😅 ⭐️ ⭐️
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    📔 in deep ✍🏾Meaning If someone is "in deep", they are deeply involved in a situation. ❕For example 🗣Candy knew that she was in deep when she realised she was spending more time in Steven's apartment than she was in her own. 🗣 Before I knew it, I was in deep. I'd already invested fifty thousand dollars in the project, and I was thinking of investing even more.
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    📔a chip off the old block ✍🏾Meaning Someone can be described as a chip off the old block if they are very similar in character to one of their parents, usually their father. ❗️For example 🗣Everyone says I'm a chip off the old block, but I think I'm very different to my dad. 🗣Jenny's a real chip off the old block. She must have been very close to her father when she was young.
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    📔from now on 📋Meaning If you do something "from now on", you do it from now until some unknown time in the future. 🤔For example ⬇️ 🗣From now on you can wear casual clothes to work every Friday. 🗣I was lucky to escape from the accident with just a few minor injuries, so from now on I'm going to be much more careful when I drive.
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    📔 freak ✍🏾Meaning a strange person ❕For example 🗣There were a lot of weird-looking freaks at the music festival. Some even had green or purple hair! 🗣 My cousin Dave looked like a real freak when he was a teenager, but he looks totally normal now.
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    📔last chance (for/at/to do something) 📋The last or final opportunity to get, have, do, or achieve something. 🗣Hurry and book your flights today—this is your last chance for the cheapest tickets in town! 🗣I'm giving you one last chance to surrender. 🗣:This fight is my last chance at a championship boxing title.

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    📔labour of love | labor of love 📋Meaning A labour of love is work that's done for pleasure or for someone's benefit rather than for money. 🤔For example ⬇️ 🗣Bill would never waste his time on a labor of love. He's only interested in making money. 🗣Hiroko's website was a labour of love that he made so that people could learn about jazz and blues music. ✏️Note "Labour" is the British spelling and "labor" is the American spelling.
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    📔(your) hands are tied 📋Meaning You can say your hands are tied if you're prevented from doing something that you'd normally have the power or the authority to do. For example:📝 🗣The president says he'd like to spend more on schools in poor districts, but says his hands are tied by what he calls "budgetary restrictions". 🗣:I'd really like to give you the contract, Mr Ali , but my hands are tied because of those laws on giving contracts to people with criminal records.
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    Good wishes to Navruz May your pure heart be your companion! I wish you new joys, May your heart be full of joy and dreams !!! Happy NAVRUZ holiday!
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    📔the lady of the house 📋A woman who looks after and runs the house; the matriarch of a family or household. 🗣:I'm afraid you'll have to ask the lady of the house, as she's the one who makes those sorts of decisions around here.

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    📔 iron out ⚖️Synonym: sort out 📖Meaning If you iron out the last details of a deal, you sort out the final problems or issues. 🤓For example ⤵️ 💬:If we have any differences or issues, we'll have to iron them out before we sign a deal. 💬: Ronaldo's manager and the club are ironing out a couple of final issues, but they should have everything sorted out soon. ✏️Note Nouns often used as objects with iron out: differences, disagreements, issues, problems, hitches, misunderstandings.
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    📔make yourself at home ✍🏾Meaning If you make yourself at home, you relax and feel comfortable in someone else's home. ❗️For example 💬:When we arrived at my apartment, I showed my guests the sofa and said, "Make yourself at home." 💬:Bill certainly knows how to make himself at home. Within five minutes of arriving he'd turned on my TV and helped himself to a beer from my fridge.
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    📔on a whim 📋Meaning Based on a sudden, impulsive urge, desire, or idea; without careful planning or because of a capricious inclination. 🤔For example ⬇️ 🗣On a whim, we drove to the beach for the weekend. 🗣Major governmental policies cannot be decided on a whim; they have to be carefully and rationally thought through.
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    📔a ray of sunshine ✍🏾Meaning Something is a ray of sunshine if it brings happiness to someone. ❗️For example 🗣The birth of Debra's first grandchild less than a year after her husband died came as a much-needed ray of sunshine in her life. 🗣After years of struggling to get established as a writer, the publication of her first short story was a ray of sunshine for Ruth. ✏️Note This idiom is most often used when talking about something that has brought happiness to someone who's been having trouble in their life.
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    I congratulate all the girls and women on such a beautiful day. May affection and attention accompany with you all the time in your life Happy 8th March🥳🥳🥳 Every Home, Every Heart, Every Feeling, Every Moment Of happiness is incomplete without you Only you can complete this world... W-wonderful,  O-outstanding,  M-marvellous,  A-amazing,  N-nice!  Today you deserve our most beautiful flowers and poetry! Happy women and girls' day
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    📔 a slap on the wrist ✍🏾Meaning If someone gives you a slap on the wrist, they give you a mild punishment for making a mistake or doing something wrong. ❗️For example 🗣The tribunal didn't think it was a serious offence, so they just gave him a slap on the wrist. All he got was a warning. 🗣Some of our players got a slap on the wrist for getting to the training session late. The coach warned them not to be late again and then made them do twenty push-ups.
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    📔bark up the wrong tree 📋Meaning If you're barking up the wrong tree, you're looking for something in the wrong place or going about something in the wrong way 🤔For example ⬇️ 🗣The police think the drugs are being brought in by the mafia, but they're barking up the wrong tree. They should be looking much closer to home. 🗣He's barking up the wrong tree if he is interested in Jane. Doesn't he know she's married?
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    📔knick-knack 📋A trinket or bauble, typically one that is small and ornamental 🗣I loved visiting my grandfather when I was a child and examining all the various knick-knacks he'd collected around the house.

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