over and over
make a point of
lose sight of
make room for
in any case
ahead of the time
as sooner the better
in that case
back down from
keep track of
have an eye on
run its course
on the rise
in the long run
in a sense
by way of
save her breath
pass the buck
cross her mind
keep up with
come down to
whether or not
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in turn ： The circle in turn is matted by a square yellow background.
over and over ： I''ve warned you over and over again not to do that.
at least；Computer viruses are at the very least annoying and often actually destructive.
only until：It was only until recently that I found the manuscript.
even if ：Even if you give me one million dollars, I won't do it
make a point of ：He's made the characters believable.
lose sight of ：In the heat of the argument we mustn't lose sight of our main purpose.
make room for ：Make room for your own mudroom
in fact：In fact, I think you're right.
try on ：She tried on her new dress.
bring up ：Two women and a man came into the room -- the man brought up the rear.
in any case：In any case you must arrive there on time.
tie up ：It's unwise to tie up all your capital in one enterprise.
make room ：Can you make room for me?
in advance：Thanks in advance.
ahead of the time ： NO
as sooner the better： NO
see into：The solicitors will see into your claim to the property.
watch for ：Please keep the watch for me while I go swimming.
look over ：The Trojans looked out over the city walls.
even though ：Even though you do not like it, you must do it.
now that ：You ought to have a good rest now that you've finished the work.
in case ：Let's keep it in memory mode...it will remain safe in case it's not a good thing.
fill out ：Her cheeks have filled out.
tear out ：NO
make up ：We need $50 to make up the sum required.
hand in ：The little boy walked hand in hand with his mother.
carry out ：She had finally carried out her promise to quit smoking.
take over ：Has the party been taken over by extremists?
result in ：Their dispute resulted in war.
count on ：You can count on me to lend a hand.
put out ：It's dangerous to put out your hand now.
turn down ：Please turn down the radio for me.
2010-02-11 15:55:40 補充：
in question ：The woman in question is sitting over there.
in that case：In that case you'll have to clear yourself.
back down from ：NO
keep track of ：Keep track of the time you actually travel.
have an eye on ：He was told to have an eye to when the oil ran out.
2010-02-11 15:56:36 補充：
holdover：He has a tremendous hold over his younger brother.
so that ：I run fast so that I may catch the train.
save her breath ：NO
pass the buck ：Don't pass the buck to me.
cross her mind ：NO
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keep up with ：If we can keep up this speed, we should arrive there in about
come down to ：Come down to us we can't hear you upstairs.
whether or not ：Whether or not he stays, the result will be the same.
not until：We didn't do the experiment until the old worker came.
2010-02-11 15:57:17 補充：
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