Essential Idioms in English

to-life-down

to life down

| Life down -Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- to life down (जीवन के लिए नीचे) = to place oneself in a flat position, to recline. Remember this example:- If you are tired, why don’t you recline for

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to-talk-over

to talk over

|Talk Over -Definition & meaning |Sentences |Synonyms |Antonyms |Images |Videos | Definition and meaning:- to talk over (बात करने के लिए) = to discuss or consider a situation with others (S) Remember this Sentences:- We talked over Manali’s plan to install an air conditioner in the room, but we couldn’t

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to_take_ones_time

to take one’s time

| Take one’s time – Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning for “to take one’s time”:- to take one’s time – (किसी का समय लेना) = to do without rush, not to hurry. This idiom is often used

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to-pick-out

to pick out

| Pick out – Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning for to pick out :- to choose, to select (चुनना) = to ask for a response from; to visit (also: to drop in on) Remember this example for

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Never mind

| Never Mind – |Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning”:- Never mind (कोई बात नहीं) = don’t be concerned about it; ignore what was just said. Remember this example:- When he spilled his drink on my coat, I

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to call on

| Call on -Definition & meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- to call on (अपील करना) = to ask for a response from; to visit (also: to drop in on). Remember this example:- Neha didn’t know the answer when the

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to tire out

| Tire out -Definition & meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- to tire out (थक जाना) = to make very weary due to difficult conditions or hard effort (also: to wear out) Remember this example for “to tire out”:- The

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