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    idoms?????????

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    فتاة الاسلام
    مشرفة قسم الدعوة للإسلام باللغة الإنجليزية
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    تاريخ التسجيل : 02/12/2008

    idoms?????????

    مُساهمة من طرف فتاة الاسلام في الجمعة يوليو 03, 2009 4:23 pm

    idoms 5


    to put up with
    = (to bear, tolerate)
    يصبر ، يحتمل

    I refuse to put up with his actions any longer.
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    quite a few
    = (many)
    كثير ، معظم

    Quite a few of them will go to university next year.
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    right away
    = (immediately, very soon)
    حالاً ، في الحال

    You have to leave right away.
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    right here
    = (exactly here)
    تماماً هنا

    Put this glass right here.
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    to run a risk
    = (to go into danger)
    يخاطر

    You are running a risk. Stop going farther.
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    to run away
    = (to escape, get away, flee)
    يهرب ، يفر

    Did the thief run away from the police ?
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    to run into
    = (to meet by chance)
    يقابل بالصدفة

    I ran into John while I was going to airport.
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    to run into debt
    = (to go into debt)
    يخوض بالدين

    I really don’t like to run into debt.

    to run off with
    = (to run away with)
    يهرب بـ

    The thief did not run off with a gun.
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    to run out of
    = (to finish one’s supply)
    يمضي بلا

    He runs out of money.
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    to run over
    = (to go over)
    يدعس ، يدهس

    The bus ran over a child last night.
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    to run
    = (manage, direct)
    يدير
    Mr. White ran the KLM office in Berlin in 2005.
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    to save up
    = (to put aside money for a purpose)
    يدخر

    You had better save up.
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    to see someone off
    = (to go to train . boat or air port in order to say good bye to someone.)

    يودع
    I am going to the airport to see Arthur off.
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    to shake hands
    = (to exchange greetings with a clasp of hands)
    يصافح

    People usually shake hands in some countries.
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    to show up
    = (to appear)
    يحضر

    What happened to Colon? He hasn’t shown up yet.
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    to sell out
    = (to sell completely)
    يبيع بالكامل

    There was a sign in the ticket-office saying “All sold out”.
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    to set in
    = (to begin)
    يبدأ

    It is time for us to go to the beach, because hot weather has set in.
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    to set forth
    = (to leave)
    يسافر

    We all set forth on our journey in the highest spirits.
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    to set a fire to
    = (to cause to burn)
    يضرم النار ، يحرق

    No one knows who set fire to the building.
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    to set out
    = (to begin, leave)
    ينطلق ، يشرع ، يبدأ

    They set out at dawn in accordance with their commander’s orders.
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    to show off
    = (to display to excess one’s ability or possessions)
    يتباهى ، يستعرض

    John swims well but I don’t like the way he always shows off in front of everyone.
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    to shut up
    = (to close, to be quiet, stop talking)
    يسكت

    The teacher said to the kids, “shut up”.
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    so far
    = (up to the present time)
    لحد الآن ، للآن

    So far, there has been no news from Sandy.
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    something the matter
    = (something wrong)
    ليس على ما يرام ، يوجد خطأ

    What happened ? Something the matter with you !
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    to stay in
    = (to remain in)
    يمكث ، يبقى

    I said to him to stay in but he didn’t listen.
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    to stand up for
    = (to insist upon, to defend, to support)
    يدافع عن ، يساند

    If you don’t stand up for your rights, no one will do it for you.
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    to stand out
    = (to be prominent, outstanding)
    يتميز

    Her bright red hair made her stand out from others.
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    to stand to reason
    = (to be clear and logical)
    من البديهي
    It stands to reason that a person without experience can not do the work as well as an experienced one.
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    to stick someone
    = (to cheat someone)
    يغش ، يخدع

    If you don’t prevent him soon, he will stick you at the first opportunity.
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    to stick to
    = (to adhere to, persevere, be constant)
    يلازم ، يلتصق بـ
    If you stick to it long enough, you can find the answer to that problem.
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    to be stuck
    = (to be cheated)
    يخدع

    If you paid three dollars for that, you are certainly stuck.
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    to take advantage of
    = (to use an opportunity, also to impose upon or to profit at the expense of another person)
    ينتهز ، يغتنم

    I took advantage of the special sale and bought a half dozen new shirts.
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    to take after
    = (to resemble a parent or close relative)
    يماثل ، يشابه

    Which of your parents do you take after ?
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    to take a look at
    = (to look at)
    ينظر إلى

    Come and take a look at this pretty car.
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    to take part in
    = (to participate)
    يشارك في

    Are going to take part in this meeting ?
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    to take apart
    = (to separate the different parts of an object)
    يفكك

    It is too easy to take a watch apart than to put it together.
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    to take care of
    = (to watch, give attention)
    يعتني بـ ، يهتم بـ

    Who is going to take care of your children while you are abroad?
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    to take down
    = (to remove, also, to write in shorthand)
    ينزل ، يختزل

    I want to take down all the pictures and clean them.
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    to take for granted
    =
    = (to accept as true, without investigation)
    يصدق الكلام بلا تمحيص

    I took what he told me about her for granted.
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    to take hold of
    = (to grasp, seize)
    يمسك بـ ، يقبض على

    The blind man took hold of my arm and I led him across the street.
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    to take into consideration
    = (to take into account)
    يعتبر ، يقدر

    He never takes into consideration the fact that we are very good students.
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    to take off
    = (to leave the ground, said of airplanes; also to remove –said of clothes)
    تقلع ( للطائرة) ، يخلع ( للملابس)
    What time will the jet plane for London take off?
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    to take out
    = (to remove something)
    يخرج ، يسحب
    The thief suddenly took a knife out of his pocket and attacked the policeman.
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    to take over
    = (to assume direction or control of)
    يضطلع بـ

    At the beginning of the month Earnest will take over Mr. Smith’s duties.
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    to take place
    = (to happen, occur)
    يحدث

    Where did the accident take place?
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    to take turns
    = (to alternate)
    يتناوب ، يأخذ دوراً في

    During the trip, Jack and I took turns driving the car.
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    to talk over
    = (to discuss, consider)
    يشرح ، يناقش

    With whom did you talk over your plan to buy that building ?
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    to tear down
    = (to demolish)
    يهدم ، يهد

    They tore down that old building and built a new one.
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    to tear up
    = (to tear completely into small pieces, to cancel)
    يمزق إربا إربا ، يبطل

    She tore up the letter and threw the ashes into the fireplace.
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    to tell time
    = (to be able to know the hour by looking a watch or clock)
    يخبر عن الوقت

    Though he is too young, he can tell time.
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    to take up
    = (to study, begin a course leading to a career)
    يدرس

    What is your brother taking up at Oxford University ?
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    to think up
    = ( to invent, discover, find)
    يبتكر ، يخترع

    I wish I could think up a good excuse to give the teacher for not having prepared my homework.
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    to throw away
    = (to discard)
    يرمي ، يلقي بعيداً

    I have some old books; I want to throw them away.
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    to throw out
    = (to dismiss, eject by force)
    ينبذ ، يرفض

    The case was thrown out of court because of insufficient evidence.
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    to throw up
    = (to vomit)
    يتقيأ

    When I got seasick, I threw up my food.
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    to try out
    = (to test a vehicle, to use during a trial period)
    يجرب قيادة مركبة

    Can we try out this car ?
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    to try on
    = (to test, to use during a trial period-said only of clothes)
    يجرب الملابس
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    مُساهمة من طرف أحمد في الخميس سبتمبر 24, 2009 11:31 am







    ليلة امتحان الإنجليزي حفظت 84 كلمة (Idoms(

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