Phrasal Expressions – Lesson 14 (English)

Phrasal Expressions : Lesson 14 (English)
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To eat in / to eat out: to eat at home / to eat in a restaurant.
Cut and dried: predictable, known beforehand; boring.
To look after: to watch, to supervise, to protect (also: to take care of, to keep an eye on).
To feel like: to have the desire to, to want to consider. This idiom is usually followed by a gerund (the ‘-ing’ form of a verb used as a noun)
Once and for all: finally, absolutely.
To hear from:

to recieve news or information from. ‘To hear from’ is used for recieving a letter, telephone call, etc., from a person or organization.

To hear of: to know about, to be familiar with; to consider. The second definition is always used in the negative.
To make fun of: to laugh at, to joke about.
To come true: to become reality, to prove to be correct.
As a matter of fact: really, actually (also: in fact).
To have one’s way: to arrange matters the way one wants (especially when someone else doesn’t want the same way) (also: to get one’s way)
To look forward to: to expect or anticipate with pleasure. This idiom can be followed by a regular noun or a gerund.
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