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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #71153: Idioms with in, out, up
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    Idioms with in, out, up

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    1. They had condemned the deportations and renewed attacks on Britain's refusal to actively in refugees.
    2. He has in an application to build a restaurant and car park on some of his remaining land.
    3. Taxi boss Dave Blyth said Derek did not in without a fight.
    4. Wilkinson is desperate to out the problem and has the cash.
    5. Now we need an optimistic accountant. Can somebody out for an optimistic accountant?
    6. A hundred million pounds was advanced by the British government for tenants to out the farms they rented from the landlords.
    7. And I saw it and everybody in the whole room saw it and out laughing because it was so funny.
    8. In fact if you can't express yourself adequately in English you had better just up .
    9. It's a sophisticated kind of machine and, like any machine, you can't afford to let it get rusty or it'll up .
    10. But I honestly can't up with any solution in that respect.

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