.... (v) an example
lasting, long-term, siginficant
.... (3) effect
certainly, strongly, firmly, definitely
I .... (4) believe
a potential ... success
feeling or showing that something is unworthy of consideration
to speak or behave towards someone as if you were better than them
to perpetuate sth.
to make sth continue for a long time, eg. a bad situation, a belief etc.
.... a career in
more often than not
coming at a bad time, inconvenient
(v.) to delay, put off until later
to be on tenterhooks
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audience / spectator / viewer
the unsusual tail more nearly,similarly, accurately, closely resembling the tail of a rabbit.
to be a potrayed as a force of ....
how did the Bobtail come by, get at, hit on, go for its short tail?
.... the time (prp)
.... a personal point of view
ONe such company is XY, ..... spokesperson Mary C. comments.
..... than being an extended holiday, our placements involve learning to ... responsibility.
Young people should push themselves out of their comfort zones and do .... productive.
Women have reflected fashion through their hairstyles, sometimes quite ...DRAMA
in persuit of
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three centeries latel, the fashion was for huge hairstyles that made it ....NEED for the hairdress to climb a small ladder.
makes it worth listening
It's only because of the quality of the lead singer's voice that people listen to the album.WORTHit's the quality of the lead singer's voice that ..... to.
was HIGH time (that) she left
Jenny felt that she had stayed too long at the party.HIGHJenny felt it _______________________________________ the party.
as much/many facilities around this area
There is an enormous shortage of oil and even our daily used water is starting to ... short.
taxes countable or uncountable?
shorten their stay .... a few minutes