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1

خیلی مراقبش باش

take good care of ...

2

حس شوخ طبعی داشتن

our boy has a sense of humor

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marshal/mär-shəl /


a high official in the household of a medieval king, prince, or noble originally having charge of the cavalry but later usually in command of the military forces

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medieval/med(ē)ˈēvəl,/

of or relating to the Middle Ages
a medieval castle

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cavalry /ˈkavəlrē/

soldiers who fought on horseback

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این چیزیه که ما رو متعجب کرده

that is what we are wondering

7

drop the ball

to make a mistake especially by failing to take timely, effective, or proper action

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of all people

used to emphasize that a specified person is the person one most or least expect to do or know something You, of all people, should know the answer to this.My best friend, of all people, betrayed me.

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head start

an advantage granted or achieved at the beginning of a race, a chase, or a competition a 10-minute head start
-They gave me a five-minute head start.

10

in case

we are tracing the card in case he using it again

11

hot-wire

to start (something, such as an automobile) by short-circuiting the ignition system

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automobile/ˌôtəmōˈbēl/

a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine or electric motor and able to carry a small number of people.

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combustion/kəmˈbəsCHən/

the process of burning something.
احتراق، اشتعال

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beef up

to add weight, strength, or power to (something) Security around the city will be beefed up during the event.

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inmate

a person confined to an institution such as a prison or hospital.

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clockwork

: the machinery (such as springs and a train of gears) that run a clock; also : a similar mechanism running a mechanical device (such as a toy)
she comes back every week like clockwork

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save someone the trouble/bother

: to do something so that someone else does not have to do it I'll make the appointment for you to save you the trouble/bother.

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give or take

: as an estimate accurate within (an amount to be added or subtracted) weighs 150 pounds, give or take a few pounds

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Supermax

(super-maximum security or administrative maximum (ADX)) is a term used to describe "control-unit" prisons, or units within prisons, which represent the most secure levels of custody in the prison systems of certain countries.

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custody

the protective care or guardianship of someone or something.
حبس
the property was placed in the custody of a trustee

21

out of style

classic never go out of style

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to be worth

is it worth a meeting

23

security fiber

it is a security fiber for the new canadian 100 dollor bill

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apparantly/əˈparəntlē/

as far as one knows or can see.
the child nodded, apparently content with the promise

25

classified/ˈklasəˌfīd/

arranged in classes or categories.
withheld from general circulation for reasons of national security

26

be after

To pursue, seek, or desire someone or something: That hawk is after the rabbit. What sort of answers are you after

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tamper proof

made so that it cannot be interfered with or changed.

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farther

more distant in space than another item of the same kind.

29

thrift shop

a store selling secondhand clothes and other household goods, typically to raise funds for a charitable institution.

30

hit it off (with someone)

to be friendly with each other immediately: We had similar ideas about the show, and the two of us hit it off right away.

31

felon

a person who has been convicted of a felony.
un criminel = Qui a commis un crime.

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sour grapes

used to refer to an attitude in which someone adopts a negative attitude to something because they cannot have it themselves.
"government officials dismissed many of the complaints as sour grapes"

33

be out of your league

to be too good or too expensive for you:

He was so good-looking and so popular that I felt he was out of my league.

34

kick it up notch

to increase the intensity of something.
they are really kick it up a notch

35

frisk

(of a police officer or other official) pass the hands over (someone) in a search for hidden weapons, drugs, or other items.
the other frisked him for hidden weapons or other ‘dangerous’ articles.

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counterfeit/ˈkountərˌfit/

made in exact imitation of something valuable or important with the intention to deceive or defraud.
two men were remanded on bail on a charge of passing counterfeit $10 bills
contrefaire =Reproduire par imitation.

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forgery/ˈfôrjərē/

the action of forging or producing a copy of a document, signature, banknote, or work of art.
falsification =La falsification d’un passeport .

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surveillance /sərˈvāləns/

close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal.
نظارت، مراقبت
he found himself put under surveillance by military intelligence

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be into

Be interested in or involved with. For example, She's really into yoga

40

draw a blank

elicit no successful response; fail.
"the search drew a blank"

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restoration

the action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition.
ترمیم، بازگرداندن

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vanity

excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or achievements.

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fugitive/ˈfyo͞ojətiv/

a person who has escaped from a place or is in hiding, especially to avoid arrest or persecution.
fugitives from justice
fugitif = Qui fuit rapidement.

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nefarious

(typically of an action or activity) wicked or criminal.
the nefarious activities of the organized-crime syndicates

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back room

a place where secret, administrative, or supporting work is done.
this would lead to weak government and deals in back rooms

46

out of sight

i made sure to keep out of sight

47

feel free

A phrase used to give one permission to do something. Feel free to come over whenever you want—I'll be home all day

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our working theory

a theory that's being tested.
our working theory, this has sth to do with fashion week

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have a thing for/about

to have very strong feelings about someone or something, especially feelings that are unusual or unreasonable
I have a thing about flying in planes; it scares me.

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cut from the same cloth

Very similar in characteristics or behaviors. I hate the snow, but my kids just love it—they are definitely cut from the same cloth