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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #115958: Common Idioms
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    Common Idioms


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    1. To cause a problem that stops or slows progress on something that was going well:

    2. To accomplish two things with one action :

    3. Deal with a problem when it happens, not before:

    4. To suppress or stop something at a very early stage:

    5. Problems that happen in the early stages of doing something new:

    6. Start again from the beginning:

    7. Very wrong or inaccurate:

    8. Informed or updated:

    9. General practice or guideline:

    10. Correct a mistake and say the truth:

    11. Give something low priority:

    12. Stop, discontinue:

    13. In summary:

    14. Give someone the most recent information:

    15. Make the important decisions:









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