Flashcards in ESLPOD [045;046;047] Deck (30):
to change the time or date of something so that it happens later than originally planned, especially because of a problem
a physical examination
to solve a problem or avoid a difficulty that something is causing
a person whose job is to deal with people arriving at or telephoning a hotel, an office building, a doctor's surgery , etc.
to measure how heavy someone or something is
to remove all or most of your clothes
a piece of equipment used by doctors for listening to someone’s heart or breathing
the part of the body below the chest that contains the stomach, bowels , etc.
to allow people to believe that one has done something praiseworthy, whether or not one has actually done it.
a series of planned activities that are intended to achieve a particular social, commercial or political aim
Play a trick, deceive someone
the ability to control your fear and remain determined when you are doing something difficult or dangerous
have the nerve to do sth
and the worst/best thing is
to top it off
someone who does stupid, annoying, or unkind things
[for someone] to become lazy or inefficient.
to not help someone to do something, usually because you are lazy (usually + to do sth)
not lift a finger
to manage to do something bad without being punished or criticized for it
get away with it
looking at and judging things in a fair and open way
blow it off
the bad results of a situation or an action
very, very angry
be ticked off
to think clearly. (Often negative.)
to become calm again after being angry, or make sb. regain calmness
to hit someone hard so that they fall to the ground
used for telling sb. that you are in the same situation as they are
That makes two of us.
a very enjoyable experience
something that happens very quickly and unexpectedly, so that the people involved have little control of what happens and how they feel
extremely tired and without enough energy to do anything else
without much activity or reaction