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"Take down" means "to make notes, to write down information".  Example: The police took down his answers to their questions.  Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com  #phrasalverb #phrasalverbs #phrasal #verb #verbs #phrase #phrases #expression #expressions #english #englishlanguage #learnenglish #studyenglish #language #vocabulary #dictionary #grammar #efl #esl #tesl #tefl #toefl #ielts #englishlearning #vocab #wordoftheday #phraseoftheday

"Take down" means "to make notes, to write down information". Example: The police took down his answers to their questions.

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“Bite someone’s head off” means “to speak to someone in an angry way”. Example: I only asked if I could borrow your bike. There’s no need to bite my head off! Want to learn English? Choose your topic.

"Back up" means "to support someone" Example: The rest of the staff backed him…

"Back up" means "to support someone" Example: The rest of the staff backed him…

“Get to the point” means “to talk directly about the most important part or topic”. Example: He has been talking a long time. I wish he would get to the point. Get our apps for learning English:... {Hilfe im Studium|Damit dein Studium ein Erfolg wird|Mit der richtigen Technik studieren|Studienerfolg ist planbar|Mit Leichtigkeit studieren|Prüfungen bestehen} mit ZENTRAL-lernen. {Kostenloser Lerntypen-Test!| |e-learning|LernCoaching|Lerntraining}

“Get to the point” means “to talk directly about the most important part or topic”. Example: He has been talking a long time. I wish he would get to the point. Get our apps for learning English:. {Hilfe im Studium

"Hold out" means "to hold something where someone else can reach it". Example…

Hold out: to hold something where someone else can reach it. "The beggar looked up and held out her tin, so I dropped some coins in it.

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