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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3731: What does that mean ?
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    What does that mean ?


    What does that mean ?



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    1. 'He hardly worked' means that he worked

    2. I'd better 'get a move on' means I need to

    3. Getting somewhere 'in time' means arriving there

    4. A 'ewe' is a female

    5. If I give you 'my two cents' worth,' I give you

    6. If someone says 'Hold it!,' he/she wants you to

    7. When the response to a question is 'Beats me,' the person responding means that he/she

    8. 'I really pigged out' means that I

    9. Someone who 'ticks you off' makes you feel

    10. A 'tabloid' is a kind of









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