idioms - p. 18 outcomes

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keep things fresh
We constantly update the website and have special offers to keep things fresh.
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to keep sth updated
pride someone on sth/ pride someone on doing sth
He prides himself on his loyalty to his friends./ As a company, we pride ourselves on building long-term relationships with our clients.
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to value a skill
draw lessons from
We can draw lesson from past mistakes.
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to learn form
a wealth of sth (a wealth of studies)
There is now a wealth of studies to support the idea of banning laptop use in the classroom.
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a lot
be sufficient to determine whether
No single test would be sufficient to determine wheter the product is safe for human consumption.
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be enought to prove sth
researchers working in the field of
I'm speaking at a conference for researchers working in the field of biometrics.
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may well prove to be
The discovery may well prove to be the key to developing a cure for dementia.
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live to tell the tale
We had a horrific journey, but we lived to tell the tale.
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to successfully deal with or continue to live despite a difficult situation or experience
sort out
sort out a place to stay/ sort out a visa/ sort out our differences
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to fixe, repare
be subjected to
be subjected to a terrible verbal abuse/ be subjected to torture
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to be a subject to sth unpleasant
move into
move into publishing/ move into my new apartment
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change place
sound out
sound out voters/ sound out the staff about the changes
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find out in an informal way/wybadać
narrow down
narrow down the list of suspects/ narrow down your opinions
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end up
end up in trouble/ end up homeless/ end up spending over 200 euro
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finish as

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