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May'16

Put someone up

  Idiom of the day: put (someone) up Meaning: to give temporary housing/accommodations to someone Example: Our flight was delayed, …

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May'16

Fend off

  Idiom of the day: fend off Meaning: to keep something away in order to protect yourself Example: The best …

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May'16

Give back

  Idiom of the day: give back Meaning: to do something nice in return Example: We should always give back …

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May'16

Hammer out

  Idiom of the day: hammer out Meaning: to produce a result after a long period of trying Example: After …

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Apr'16

Work into

  Idiom of the day: work into Meaning: to fit something/someone into a schedule Example: I have to visit the …

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Apr'16

Pan out

  Idiom of the day: pan out Meaning: to happen or succeed Example: My vacation didn’t pan out because I …

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