Flashcards in SNU1200Season15 Deck (20):
rave about sth/so
To speak or write about something or someone with wild enthusiasm: The dinner guests raved about the roasted duck. The critic raved over the new movie.
rob (a place) using violence, especially in wartime.
steal (something) using violence, especially in wartime.
"artworks pillaged from churches and museums"
synonyms: ransack, rob, plunder, despoil, raid, loot; More
an uneasy feeling of doubt, worry, or fear, especially about one's own conduct; a misgiving.
"military regimes generally have no qualms about controlling the press"
synonyms: misgivings, doubts, reservations, second thoughts, worries, concerns, anxiety
:to let go by without accepting or taking advantage of ; also :decline, reject
1 :to make up for the deficiencies of :supplement
2 :to make (a supply) last by economy
To rely on someone or something: You can bank on her to get the job done when it has to be done quickly. I wouldn't bank on the bus arriving on time.
Fig. to be so sure of something that one can trust it as one might trust
play down, belittle, pray against
2 plural :a hard or painful struggle
be inspired with an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for.
too INFATUATED with the literature of the past
"she is infatuated with a handsome police chief"
synonyms: besotted with, in love with, head over heels about, obsessed with, taken with, lovesick for, moonstruck over; More
shake a leg
hurry, move faster
let's shake a leg guys!
hold your horses
hang one's head
express shame or contrition
see sth through
follow through on sth until it's completed
tease or torment with something attractive but unobtainable
stripes and linear decoration
physically or mentally disturbed, upset
conceded and granted