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Headway - Advanced
to turn off
[verb]
to cause a machine, device, or equipment to stop operating, typically by pushing a button or turning a key
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come on
[interjection]
used for encouraging someone to hurry
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to switch off
[verb]
to make something stop working usually by flipping a switch
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to go off
[verb]
(of a gun, bomb, etc.) to be fired or to explode
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to catch on
[verb]
(of a concept, trend, or idea) to become popular
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to finish off
[verb]
to complete or finalize something, especially in a successful or satisfying manner
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to bring on
[verb]
to cause something to happen, especially something undesirable or unpleasant
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to log off
[verb]
(computing) to stop a connection to an online account or computer system by doing specific actions
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to put on
[verb]
to wear a piece of clothing
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to pay off
[verb]
(of a plan or action) to succeed and have good results
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to carry on
[verb]
to take part in an activity
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to drag on
[verb]
to continue for an extended or tedious period, often with no clear resolution or conclusion
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to go on
[verb]
to continue without stopping
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to cheer on
[verb]
to loudly support or encourage someone, especially during a performance or competition
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dream on
[interjection]
used to dismiss someone's unrealistic or far-fetched idea or suggestion, indicating that it is unlikely or impossible to happen
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to crack on
[verb]
to continue with a task or activity, especially with determination or enthusiasm
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to rain off
[verb]
to cancel or postpone a match or game due to heavy rain or unfavorable weather conditions
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to wear off
[verb]
to gradually fade in color or quality over time due to constant use or other factors
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to lay off
[verb]
to stop doing or consuming something
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to break off
[verb]
to suddenly stop an activity or an action
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to call off
[verb]
to cancel what has been planned
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to see off
[verb]
to accompany someone to their point of departure and say goodbye to them
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to run off
[verb]
to leave somewhere with something that one does not own
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to sneak up
[verb]
to approach or move towards someone or something quietly, carefully, and usually without being noticed
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to verge
[verb]
to be on the edge or border of something
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to back off
[verb]
to move away from a person or situation
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to advance
[verb]
to cause to move forward or to progress
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to scare off
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to cause fear in a person or an animal so that they choose to move away or retreat from a particular location or situation
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to put off
[verb]
to postpone an appointment or arrangement
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to join in
[verb]
to take part in an activity or event that others are already engaged in
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to build on
[verb]
to use something as a basis for further development
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to border on
[verb]
to come close to or almost reach a particular level, quality, or state
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to cordon off
[verb]
to restrict access to a particular area by using a barrier
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to seal off
[verb]
to close a place or area to prevent people from entering or leaving
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to add on
[verb]
to include or attach something to an existing thing, usually with the intention of increasing its value, functionality, or capacity
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to partition off
[verb]
to divide a space or area using a partition, wall, or similar barrier
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broad
[adjective]
having a large distance between one side and another
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beaming
[adjective]
filled with a sense of joy or happiness, often to the point of appearing to glow
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smile
[noun]
an expression in which our mouth curves upwards, when we are being friendly or are happy or amused
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grimace
[noun]
a twisted facial expression indicating pain, disgust or disapproval
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fake
[adjective]
intentionally misleading or deceptive
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tight-lipped
[adjective]
unwilling to speak freely or disclose information
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grin
[noun]
a broad smile that reveals the teeth
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smirk
[noun]
a half-smile that can indicate satisfaction, superiority, or amusement
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