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Match up (with) vs Match

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Cut me off vs passed me

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Is "square up" a natural expression in conversational English?

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Why is "I stayed playing videogames all night" wrong?

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"Tô blow off with someone"

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Can you "bump into" something that's on the internet?

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To be someone's priority [closed]

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Looking for another way to say this phrase

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Meaning of notch?

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What does "Get on to somewhere" mean?

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Stack up on each other or stack on one another

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Pass for vs Pass off as

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Difference between "to nick" vs "to clip"?

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Sucker vs suck-up

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"Give me more lessons" vs "Teach me more lessons"

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"Phone leasing" vs "Phone lease"

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What does it mean to "bust out" a program on a computer?

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Sink vs sink down

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How to use then and after

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"To reschedule a date" vs "To set up a date" vs "To line up a date" [closed]

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Meaning of "Spray down"?

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Can you say "I used everything up"

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'tell me what I should do' vs 'tell me what should I do' [duplicate]

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Prescribed me vs prescribed to me?

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"Resolve" vs "Decide"

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Is *Trivial* a common word in spoken English?

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Is calling someone *difficult* enough to explain why they're hard to deal with?

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What does it mean to be "mailing it in"

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How do I improve my vocabulary? [closed]

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Looking for other ways to say "run out of quickly"