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  • 141tear 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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  • 142tear (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 able to tear yourself… …

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  • 143hive away — verb keep or lay aside for future use store grain for the winter The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn t eat • Syn: ↑store, ↑lay in, ↑put in, ↑salt away, ↑stack away, ↑stash away …

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  • 144stack away — verb keep or lay aside for future use store grain for the winter The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn t eat • Syn: ↑store, ↑hive away, ↑lay in, ↑put in, ↑salt away, ↑stash away …

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  • 145stash away — verb keep or lay aside for future use store grain for the winter The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn t eat • Syn: ↑store, ↑hive away, ↑lay in, ↑put in, ↑salt away, ↑stack away …

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  • 146take something away — Brit. another way of saying take something out (sense 2) * * * ˌtake sthaˈway derived 1. to make a feeling, pain, etc. disappear • I was given some pills to take away the pain. 2. (BrE) ( …

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  • 147tuck something away — 1) store something in a secure place employees can tuck away a percentage of their pretax salary ■ usu. be tucked away put or keep someone or something in an inconspicuous or concealed place the police station was tucked away in a square behind… …

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  • 148I Threw It All Away — Chanson par Bob Dylan extrait de l’album Nashville Skyline Sortie 1969 Durée 2:23 Parolier Bob Dylan Label Columbia …

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  • 149put something away — tv. to eat something. □ Are you going to put this cake away? Ill Did you put away that whole pizza? …

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  • 150put away — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. deposit, save, put out of the way; see store 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. Informal. To eat completely or entirely: consume, devour, dispatch, eat up. Informal: polish off. See INGESTION. 2. Informal. To take the… …

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  • 151un|der|eat|en — «UHN duhr EE tuhn», adjective. eaten away or eroded below: »an undereaten rock …

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  • 152put away — transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. a. discard, renounce < to put grief away is disloyal to the memory of the departed H. A. Overstreet > b. divorce 2. to eat or drink up ; consume 3. a. to confine …

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  • 153An apple a day keeps the doctor away — ist eine englische Redewendung, die auf deutsch etwa „ein Apfel pro Tag hält den Doktor fern“ bedeutet. Zum ersten Mal tauchte diese Redewendung 1866 in einer walisischen Zeitschrift auf, damals hieß sie noch: “Eat an apple on going to bed, and&#8230; …

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  • 154get away with — Synonyms and related words: accomplish, achieve, bring off, bring through, carry off, compass, consume, cop a plea, cop out, crown with success, devour, dispatch, dispose of, do the trick, down, eat up, escape without penalty, get by, get down,&#8230; …

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  • 155Put away — 1. institutionalised for reasons of mental illness: He should be put away ; 2. sent to jail; 3. eat voraciously …

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  • 156put away — Australian Slang 1. institutionalised for reasons of mental illness: He should be put away ; 2. sent to jail; 3. eat voraciously …

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  • 157tuck away — hide away, conceal; eat a lot, gobble up food …

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  • 158Tuck away — 1. imprison; 2. store, save; 3. eat or drink heartily or greedily …

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  • 159tuck away — Australian Slang 1. imprison; 2. store, save; 3. eat or drink heartily or greedily …

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  • 160wear away — (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To consume gradually, as by chemical reaction or friction: bite, corrode, eat, erode, gnaw, wear. See ATTACK. II verb See wear …

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