2.hang in there
3.hit the road
4.scare someone to death
5.take a break
6.in shape(out of shape)
8.check something out
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A book of blank pages for notes.
A light, portable computer that is generally thinner than a laptop.
ex: I got a new notebook.
2. hang in there:
to continue despite difficulties
ex: You shouldn't be too strict to her work just need to hang in there and wait.
3. hit the road :
to begin traveling
ex: I'd love to stay longer, but it's really time to hit the road.
4.scare someone to death:
to make someone feel very frightened
ex: She suddenly appeared in the doorway and scared me to death.
5.take a break:
A short or period rest
Ex: you should take a break as you are working too long.
6.in shape (out of shape) :
keep the body in good condition and health
(out of shape)
change or loose of body appearance
ex: Plenty of exercise will help you keep in shape.
A steep descent of water from a height; a cascade
ex: The river came pouring down in a waterfall off the hill.
8.check something out :
To ask someone to look at or examine something closely
ex: Do you want check this out?Source(s): my dictionary
- pearlLv 71 decade ago