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“Like a bat out of hell” means “very fast”. Example: He ran out of the building like a bat out of hell. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Like a bat out of hell” means “very fast”. Example: He ran out of the building like a bat out of hell. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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It's a joke among writers: we are so mean to our characters! But your pursuit of conflict can trip you up in writing dynamic characters. Learn why!

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“Can’t make head nor tail of something” means “to be unable to understand something”. Example: I can’t make head nor tail of these instructions on the packet. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Can’t make head nor tail of something” means “to be unable to understand something”. Example: I can’t make head nor tail of these instructions on the packet. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Jump on” means “to criticize someone strongly”. Example: If one of his staff makes a mistake, Donald jumps on them and tells them they’ll be fired if they do it again. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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What’s something in your life that’s in abeyance? #wotd #wordoftheday…

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Vilipend - 1. Definitions for vilipend to regard or treat as of little value or account. 2. to vilify; depreciate. Origin: Vilipend derives from the Latin terms vīlis meaning "cheap" and pendere meaning "to consider." It entered English in the 1400s.

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Understand your favorite K-POP songs better with these commonly used Korean words and phrases!

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Decoding Your Dreams: Every Dream Has A Message [Infographic]

Decoding Your Dreams: Every Dream Has A Message

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