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Fill in

  Idiom of the day: fill in Meaning: to temporarily act as a replacement Usage: formal/informal Example: I asked my …

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Talk (someone) into

  Idiom of the day: talk (someone) into Meaning: to convince someone to do something Use: formal/informal Example: I managed …

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Hand me down

  Idiom of the day: hand me down Meaning: an old or used object that you give to someone else …

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Luck out

  Idiom of the day: luck out Meaning: to be lucky Example: I have a great, loving wife and 3 beautiful …

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Feel (something) out

  Idiom of the day: feel (something) out Meaning: to get information about a situation using emotions. Example: I’m not …

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Wear off

  Idiom of the day: wear off Meaning: something that will gradually decrease or disappear after some time Example: My …

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