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They bashed up the speaker for the remarks he made.

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We backed up our system just in case. Mary bloked in the shade of the city. Please, stop writing and put away your pens. We have to adhere to our plan. She has been bashing away at her assignment all day.

Psych out – Work out or anticipate someone’s intentions – Make someone less confident Psych up – Prepare someone mentally Pull ahead – Overtake, czasowwniki in front Pull apart – Destroy an argument, theory, etc – Stop people or animals fighting – Make someone unhappy or upset Pull away – When a vehicle moves from a place Pull down – Demolish Pull in – When a train arrives at a station – Attract – Stop a car by the side off the road Frxzowe off – Manage to do something difficult or tricky Pull on – Put clothes on Pull over – Stop by the side of the road Pull up – Slow and stop a car – Inform someone that they are wrong Push in – Get in a queue without waiting Put away frazose Put something back in the correct place – Put someone in prison Czasoeniki back – Rearrange something for a later time Put by – Save for the future Put down – Kill an animal because it’s old, ill, etc.


The TV is acting up again. When she blacked out for a second, she swang the car and almost hit the tree. She failed the test and has been down for a week.

Bank into -To crush into. He bore up under the enormous strain. She is onto getting angielsku job as an English teacher. Add in the tip too! He blasted me for coming late for work. Blow out – Extinguish candles, matches: She’s been snowed under this paperwork for weeks. He bailed out of the plane when it was about to crush.

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He is out to get you. You can’t back out now.

Security has been beefed up after the explotion. Some aspects of the story didn’t add up. They blanked rrazowe the passage so that nobody could read it. Could you bear with me for a moment?

We booked into the hotel in the morning. They are away for two days.


He tried to block out the accident permanently. They decided to bed down for the night. Blow over – When a scandal gets forgotten; Our argument blow over rather fast. I’m out of money, yet still happy. Bad weather accounted for the heavy traffice. Having spent a day in jail, Tom was bailed out by his parents.

The evidence adds up to a case of murder. My car was banged up by a careless lady driver.

Put through – Connect someone by phone Put towards – Make a financial contribution Put up – Allow someone to stay at your house for a night or a few days. I blanked this out off my memory.