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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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Little by little

| Little by little – Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- little by little (थोड़ा – थोड़ा करके) = gradually, slowly (also: step by step). Remember this example:- Ravi’s health seems to be improving little by little. If

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All along

| All along – Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- all along (सभी के साथ) = all the time, from the beginning (without change) We should used “all along” for yes. Remember this example:- She knew all along

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All right

| Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- all right (ठीक है) = acceptable, fine; yes, okay Remember this example:- He said that it would be all right to wait in her office until she returned. Synonyms:- • okay

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to look for

| Look for -Definition & meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- to look for (को देखने के लिए) = to try to find, to search for We should be used “to look at” for trying to find. An adverb phrase

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to look at

| Look at – Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- to look at (को देखने के लिए) = give one’s attention to; to watch Remember this example:- Priyanka Ma’am told us to look at the blackboard and not

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to find out

| Find out – Definition and meaning | Examples | Synonyms | Antonyms | Images | Youtube Videos | Definition and meaning:- to find out (पता लगाने के लिए) = give one’s attention to; to watch We should used “to find out” for get information. This idiom is separable only

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