Easier English Basic Dictionary

More uncomplicated English easy Dictionary КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: коллектив авторов Название: more straightforward English uncomplicated Dictionary Издательство: Bloomsbury Publishing PLCГод: 2004Формат: PDFРазмер: 5,5 MB Язык: английский языкThe more straightforward English easy Dictionary is designed specially for basic and pre-intermediate scholars of English. It contains the elemental vocabulary had to comprehend and learn written and spoken English at this point, and is very beneficial for college students taking the initial English attempt (PET) and the foremost English try (KET) exams.rapidshare zero 1 2 three four five

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To take the blame for something to accept that you were responsible for something bad í verb ˽ to blame someone for something, to blame something on someone to say that someone is responsible for something ć Blame my sister for the awful food, not me. ć He blamed the accident on the bad weather. ˽ I don’t blame you I think you’re right to do that ć I don’t blame you for being annoyed, when everyone else got a present and you didn’t. ˽ you have only yourself to blame no one else is responsible for what happened ć You have only yourself to blame if you missed the chance of a free ticket.

To ring a bell or any bells to sound familiar or remind you of something ć Does the name Forsyth ring a bell? ) belong /b lɒŋ/ verb 1. to be kept in the belong usual or expected place ć That book belongs on the top shelf. 2. to be happy to be somewhere or with a group of people ć Within a week in my new job I felt I belonged. 3. ˽ to belong to someone to be the property of someone ć Does the car really belong to you? 4. fm Page 29 Friday, January 16, 2004 3:10 PM below 29 tennis club. 5. ˽ to belong with to be a part of or connected to something else ć These knives belong with the set in the kitchen.

Verb 1. to go backwards, or make something go backwards ć He backed or backed his car out of the garage. 2. to encourage and support a person, organisation, opinion or activity, sometimes by giving money ć Her colleagues were willing to back the proposal. ȣ to put someone’s back up to annoy someone back up phrasal verb 1. to help or sup- port someone ć Nobody would back her up when she complained about the service. ć Will you back me up in the vote? 2. to make a car go backwards ć Can you back up, please – I want to get out of the parking space.

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