Phrasal Expressions – Lesson 16 (English)

Phrasal Expressions : Lesson 16 (English)
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On one’e toes: alert, cautious. This idiom is usually used with the verbs ‘stay’ and ‘keep’.
To watch one’s step: to walk or move cautiously, to be careful when walking or moving.
To watch what one says / does: to speak or behave carefully.
To see eye to eye: to agree, to concur.
To have in mind: to be considering, to be thinking.
To keep in mind: to remember, not to forget (also: to bear in mind)
For once: this one time, for only one time.
To go off: to explode; to sound as an alarms; to leave suddenly without explanation.
To grow out of: to outgrow, to become too old or too big for; to be a result of.
To make the best of: to do the best that one can in a poor siruation.
To cut off: to shorten by cuting the ends; to disconnect or stop suddenly.
To cut out: to remove by cutting; to stop doing something (for the second definition, also: to knock it off). For the second definition, the idiom is usually seperated by the pronoun ‘it’.
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