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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122664: Idioms
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    Horse of a different colour ... Completely different issue, an unrelated matter.
    Take it on the lam ... To try to escape, To flee or escape in great haste.
    Cat got your tongue ... To ask someone why he or she is not saying anything.
    Get in someone's hair ... To annoy or bother someone.
    Make ends meet ... To have only just enough money to buy the things you need.
    Hand in ... To give something to a person in authority.
    Drop off ... To start to sleep, To fall to a lower level or amount.
    Make up for ... To take the place of something that has been lost or damaged.
    Put up with ... To accept something that is bad although you do not like it.
    Keep an eye on something/somebody ... To watch someone or something carefully.

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    1. Her stepbrothers have been today.

    2. He left his old aunt because he couldn't her interference in his life anymore.

    3. She found some money on the bus, and she to the bus driver.

    4. Their father works a lot to .

    5. If you want to be a partner with her, it's OK, but cheating on her is a .

    6. Her children when she was telling them a story.

    7. the milk in the oven so that it doesn't boil over.

    8. The robber who had worn a black mask stole a lot of money from the bank and .

    9. The lazy student promised to his bad grades.

    10. The little boy was not speaking when he arrived at the orphanage and one of the teachers asked him,' ?'

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