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fundamental idioms

مُساهمة من طرف الرشيد في الخميس أكتوبر 07, 2010 8:40 pm

24-

to beat about the bush = (to be indirect in approaching something)

يدور حول الموضوع

The child beats about the bush so much that no one knows exactly what he wants.
25-

to believe in =(to accept as true, have faith in existence)

يصدق

I really think that my neighbor believes in ghosts.
26-

to blow out = ( to explode, go flat,- said generally of tires)

يتفجر

On our trip to Paris one of our tires blew out.
27-

to blow up = (to destroy by explosion, to explode)

ينفجر

A bomb blew up near the restaurant this morning.
28-

to break down = (to stop functioning, -said generally of motors and similar mechanical objects or vehicles)

يتعطل

His car broke down, and had to tow it to a garage.
29-

to set to do {something} = (to be ready, prepared to do something)

متأهبون ، مستعدون

We were all set to sign the agreement when Mr. Smith backed out.
30-



to break in = (to adjust through usage something which is new and stiff)

يتم التغلب على قسوة سلعة جديدة

These new shoes are hurting me. I’ll be glad when they are broken in!
31-

to break into = (to enter by force)

يقتحم عنوة مبنى

One thief broke into the house last night.
32-

to break loose = (to become free, escape)

يفلت من ، يهرب من

He broke loose from the police and ran away.
33-

to break off = (to terminate, put an end to)

يقطع علاقة

We may break off relations with that hostile country.
34-

to break out = (to occur suddenly)

تندلع

Mr. Adams was living in Miami when the war broke out.
35-

to bring about = (to cause something to happen)

يحدث

The accident was brought about by Philip’s carelessness.
36-

to bring somebody or something back = (to return)

يرجع

I brought the book back to the library yesterday.
37-

to bring out = (to produce, present, cause something to appear)

يصدر ، ينشر

They try to bring out one new book each month.
38-

to bring somebody to = (to revive)

يعيد شخصا إلى الوعي بعد إغماء

This medicine will surely bring the injured passenger to.
39-

to bring somebody up = (to rear, raise from childhood, to look after a child till he / she is adult and to teach him / her how to behave)

يربي

Steve was born in Sidney but brought up in Rome.
40-

to build up = (to increase, make stronger)

ينمي ، يعزز تدريجيا

The patient needs good tonic to build up his strength.
41-

to burn something down = (to burn to the ground, often passive)

يدمر بالحرق ، يحترق عن آخرة

Their house was burnt down and only ashes were left.
42-

to burn something out = (to stop functioning)

يحترق

There are no lights in the house . Perhaps a fuse has burned out.
43-

to burn up = (to burn completely)

يحرق

He burned up the letter and threw the ashes into the fireplace.
44-

to burst out crying = ( to begin suddenly to cry)

ينفجر باكيا

Everyone was quiet when Jill suddenly burst out crying.
45-

to buy out = ( to buy a business from another person)

يشتري بالكامل

He can sell his interests in that business any time because Mr. Miller will buy it out.
46-

to buy up = (to buy the complete stock of)

يشتري كل الموجودات

The librarian is trying to buy up all the available old books.
47-

by heart = (by memory)

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