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Archive for December, 2015

Idiom of the week – Churn something out

Posted by englishlessons on December 31, 2015

Definition:

Produce large quantities of something routinely

Examples:

She’s a prolific author; she churns out new mysteries every year.

That company churns out new versions quickly.

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Posted by englishlessons on December 29, 2015

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Idiom of the week – Fend off

Posted by englishlessons on December 18, 2015

Definition:

Defend yourself from something

Examples:

The famous actor had to fend off reporters as he exited the restaurant.

That company successfully fended off a takeover attempt.

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Idiom of the week – Opt out

Posted by englishlessons on December 7, 2015

Definition:

Choose not to be a part of an activity
Examples:

When she was given a choice about joining the pension plan, she opted out.

Several countries are considering opting out of the organization.

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