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  • 121put away — {v.} 1. To put in the right place or out of sight. * /She put away the towels./ 2. To lay aside; stop thinking about. * /He put his worries away for the weekend./ 3. {informal} To eat or drink. * /He put away a big supper and three cups of coffee …

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  • 122put away — {v.} 1. To put in the right place or out of sight. * /She put away the towels./ 2. To lay aside; stop thinking about. * /He put his worries away for the weekend./ 3. {informal} To eat or drink. * /He put away a big supper and three cups of coffee …

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  • 123To fall away — Fall Fall (f[add]l), v. i. [imp. {Fell} (f[e^]l); p. p. {Fallen} (f[add]l n); p. pr. & vb. n. {Falling}.] [AS. feallan; akin to D. vallen, OS. & OHG. fallan, G. fallen, Icel. Falla, Sw. falla, Dan. falde, Lith. pulti, L. fallere to deceive, Gr.… …

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  • 124put\ away — v 1. To put in the right place or out of sight. She put away the towels. 2. To lay aside; stop thinking about. He put his worries away for the weekend. 3. informal To eat or drink. He put away a big supper and three cups of coffee. Compare: stow… …

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  • 125put away — informal 1) they put him away for life Syn: jail, imprison, put in prison, put behind bars, lock up, incarcerate 2) you should be put away! Syn: certify, commit, institutionalize, hospitalize, consign to a psychiatr …

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  • 126put something away — 1 I put away some money.: See put something aside sense 1. 2 she never puts her things away: REPLACE, put back, tidy away, tidy up, clear away. 3 ( …

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  • 127To eat dirt — Dirt Dirt (d[ e]rt), n. [OE. drit; kin to Icel. drit excrement, dr[=i]ta to dung, OD. drijten to dung, AS. gedr[=i]tan.] 1. Any foul of filthy substance, as excrement, mud, dust, etc.; whatever, adhering to anything, renders it foul or unclean;… …

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  • 128Pain (Jimmy Eat World song) — Infobox Single Name = Pain Artist = Jimmy Eat World from Album = Futures Released = 2004 Format = CD Recorded = Genre = Alternative rock Length = 2:51 Label = Interscope Producer = Gil Norton Last single = A Praise Chorus (2002) This single =… …

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  • 129Wolves Eat Dogs — infobox Book | name = Wolves Eat Dogs title orig = translator = image caption = author = Martin Cruz Smith cover artist = country = United States language = English series = Arkady Renko # 5 genre = Crime novel publisher = Simon Schuster,… …

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  • 130Five Run Away Together — Infobox Book | name = Five Run Away Together author = Enid Blyton country = United Kingdom language = English cover artist = Eileen Alice Soper series = The Famous Five series genre = Mystery, Adventure novel publisher = Hodder Stoughton pub date …

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  • 131Go Eat Worms! — infobox Book name = Go Eat Worms! orig title = translator = author = R.L. Stine cover artist = Tim Jacobus country = United States language = English series = Goosebumps genre = Horror novel, Children s novel publisher = Scholastic release date …

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  • 132Chip Away the Stone — Single par Aerosmith extrait de l’album Live Bootleg Pays  États Unis So …

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  • 133pack away — verb a) to store away, place out of the way, or stash, especially for the longer term She packed away her warm sweaters for the summer. b) to eat a great deal (informal) Have you ever seen someone pack away five hot dogs in one sitting? See Also …

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  • 134put away — [v2] incarcerate certify, commit, confine, institutionalize, jail, lock up; concept 317 Ant. free, liberate put away [v3] consume devour, eat up, gobble*, gulp down, polish off*, punish, put down, shift, swill, wolf down*; concept 169 Ant.… …

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  • 135cart\ away — • cart off • cart away v informal To take away, often with force or with rough handling or behavior. The police carted the rioters off to jail. When Bobby wouldn t eat his supper, his mother carted him away to bed …

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  • 136tear yourself away from someone — tear (yourself) away (from (someone/something)) to force yourself to leave a person or activity. I m glad you managed to tear yourself away from the TV and come eat dinner with us! These video games offer plenty of action – you will hardly be… …

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  • 137tear away from someone — tear (yourself) away (from (someone/something)) to force yourself to leave a person or activity. I m glad you managed to tear yourself away from the TV and come eat dinner with us! These video games offer plenty of action – you will hardly be… …

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  • 138tear yourself away from something — tear (yourself) away (from (someone/something)) to force yourself to leave a person or activity. I m glad you managed to tear yourself away from the TV and come eat dinner with us! These video games offer plenty of action – you will hardly be… …

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  • 139tear away from something — tear (yourself) away (from (someone/something)) to force yourself to leave a person or activity. I m glad you managed to tear yourself away from the TV and come eat dinner with us! These video games offer plenty of action – you will hardly be… …

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  • 140tear yourself away from — tear (yourself) away (from (someone/something)) to force yourself to leave a person or activity. I m glad you managed to tear yourself away from the TV and come eat dinner with us! These video games offer plenty of action – you will hardly be… …

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