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Idiom – On The Same Page

English Idiom – On the same page. Meaning – To be in agreement on something. If everyone is on the same page then multiple people have come to…

Phrasal Verb – Show Up

Phrasal Verb – Show up. Meaning 1 – To arrive somewhere, especially where someone or some people are waiting for you. Meaning 2 – Show (somebody) up –…

Phrasal Verb – Check In

Phrasal Verb – Check in. Meaning – To register and report your arrival, especially at a hotel or an airport. You can also check in at other places, such as hospitals,…

Phrasal Verb – Brush Up

Phrasal Verb – Brush up (on something). Meaning – To refresh your skill, knowledge or memory of a subject. To practice or improve your skill at something. To brush up on…

Idiom – Avoid Like The Plague

English Idiom – Avoid (something or someone) like the plague. Meaning – To completely avoid something or someone. To avoid at any cost. If you avoid something or…

Idiom – Call It A Day

English Idiom – Call it a day. Meaning – To stop doing what you are doing (usually work) for the day. You may call it a day because you are…