“Get back together” means “to start a relationship with somebody again”. Example: I just got back together with my ex-girlfriend.

“Get back together” means “to start a relationship with somebody again”. Example: I just got back together with my ex-girlfriend.

Siyasal Alegori Nedir? http://www.visne.co/siyasal-alegori-nedir/ <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Alegori / Allegori</strong> Latince ve Yunanca<em> 'allegoria'</em> sözcüğünden gelir. <strong>'Örtülü dil'</strong> veya 'figüratif' anlamına gelir. Siyasal bir alegori, görünürde bir hikayeyi anlatan, ancak görünenin arka planında gizli bir politik anlam taşıyan bir hikaye veya resimdir. Siyasi alegoriler kurgu, drama, resim, müzik ve filmlere kadar genişletilebilir.</p> <p…

Siyasal Alegori Nedir? http://www.visne.co/siyasal-alegori-nedir/ <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Alegori / Allegori</strong> Latince ve Yunanca<em> 'allegoria'</em> sözcüğünden gelir. <strong>'Örtülü dil'</strong> veya 'figüratif' anlamına gelir. Siyasal bir alegori, görünürde bir hikayeyi anlatan, ancak görünenin arka planında gizli bir politik anlam taşıyan bir hikaye veya resimdir. Siyasi alegoriler kurgu, drama, resim, müzik ve filmlere kadar genişletilebilir.</p> <p…

"Meet a deadline" means "to finish something by a specific time or date".

"Meet a deadline" means "to finish something by a specific time or date".

“Yadda yadda yadda” means “and so forth”, “on and on”; something boring and repetitive. Example: Jenna told me every single detail about her trip - how big her room was, where she sat on the plane, yadda yadda yadda.

“Yadda yadda yadda” means “and so forth”, “on and on”; something boring and repetitive. Example: Jenna told me every single detail about her trip - how big her room was, where she sat on the plane, yadda yadda yadda.

“Like water off a duck’s back” means “without any apparent effect”. Example: She calls him lazy and useless, but it’s like water off a duck’s back.

“Like water off a duck’s back” means “without any apparent effect”. Example: She calls him lazy and useless, but it’s like water off a duck’s back.

“Get about” means “to visit many places”. Example: I get about a lot with my job - last year I visited ten countries.

“Get about” means “to visit many places”. Example: I get about a lot with my job - last year I visited ten countries.

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“Get on with” means “to continue doing something”. Example: The teacher asked the pupils to get on with some work quietly as she had to leave the classroom. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Get on with” means “to continue doing something”. Example: The teacher asked the pupils to get on with some work quietly as she had to leave the classroom. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Set upon” means “to attack violently”.  Example: The dog set upon the postman and chased him up a tree.

“Set upon” means “to attack violently”. Example: The dog set upon the postman and chased him up a tree.

“Beat the clock” means “to finish something before the time is up”.  Example: The basketball team worked hard to beat the clock and win the game.

“Beat the clock” means “to finish something before the time is up”. Example: The basketball team worked hard to beat the clock and win the game.

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