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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122521: Idioms
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    Fullest extent: Largest degree.

    To get the most out of something: To get the best usage of something.

    To get a picture: To understand a situation.

    Within limits: Up to a certain point; with certain restrictions.

    To name just a few: To provide only a few examples.

    To trace back: To derive or originate from someone, something, or some place.

    Once and for all: Now and for the last time.

    To pick out: To choose one thing or person from a group.

    Chain of events: Number of events.

    To be cluttered up: To mess something up.

    To lead one astray:To negatively influence one, To lead one in the wrong direction.

    To be concerned with: To be about.

    In a sense: In one way, from one point of view.

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    1. Please the biggest and ripe mangoes and put them in the basket.

    2. This fortune made her the happiest woman in the world.

    3. The lazy boy's room is all the time. He needs someone to help him get rid out of some extra things in his room.

    4. She was very anguished because she thought that her son's friends would .

    5. They were talking about something that their boss didn't know about or wasn't .

    6. The psychologist said many of your son's mental problems could be to his childhood.

    7. Your friends can do what they like in your party, .

    8. Your words bewildered my mother and, , made her resentful.

    9. Never open my bag without my permission. I say this to you .

    10. Repairing windows, painting walls and repairing the roof, , are the problems of this house.

    11. When they were on a trip, they spent their time to the to visit all historical and beautiful places.

    12. Your son must his talents instead of wasting his time on the computer.

    13. I that they surprisingly want to be left alone together.

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