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Flashcards in ESLPOD [117;118;119] Deck (18):
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to move to a different place, or to make someone or something do this

relocate

2

used for saying that something is not as good as people say that it is

be cracked up to be

3

a very firm and simple idea about what a particular type of person or thing is like

stereotype

4

lacking in intellectual substance and not worth serious consideration

frivolous

5

behaving in a strange or unusual way; tending to forget things

flaky

6

if something happens ____, it happens after you have been waiting for it for a long time

at long last

7

Very soon

any minute

8

to slide over snow on ____, as a sport or as a way of traveling

ski

9

I understand her

I don't blame her

10

someone who you have arranged to meet as part of a sexual or romantic relationship

date

11

someone whose job is to serve drinks in a bar

bartender

12

to try to start a conversation with someone because you are sexually attracted to them, mainly used in American English

hit on

13

to move your eyes upwards as a way of showing that you are annoyed or bored after someone has done or said something

roll one's eyes

14

to understand what is being implied or suggested and to act accordingly

take the hint

15

used for telling sb. rudely to go away, or that you are annoyed by sth. that they have just said

get lost

16

a conversation opener with the intent of engaging an unfamiliar person for romance or dating.

pickup line

17

to begin to laugh suddenly.

burst out laughing

18

Don't show one's feelings, especially refrain from laughing.

keep a straight face