乐闻培训课程

托福5人班 托福15人班 SAT课程 学员评价 网络课程 VIP课程

携尔留学服务

研究生全程 本科全程 转学 Summer School

英语习语:中级--LESSON 16

编辑:share 来源: 美联出国考试 发布时间:2016-07-08

文章摘要: on ones toes : alert, cautious This idiom is usually used with the verbs stay and keep. ◆Its important for all the players on a soccer team to stay on their toes. ◆Wed better keep on our toes while were walking along the dark portions of this str

on one's toes: alert, cautious

This idiom is usually used with the verbs stay and keep.

◆It's important for all the players on a soccer team to stay on their toes.

◆We'd better keep on our toes while we're walking along the dark portions of this street.

to get along: to make progress; to manage to live in a certain state of health

◆Juan is getting along very well in his English studies.

◆How is Mr. Richards getting along after his long illness?

hard of hearing: partially deaf, not able to hear well

◆You'll have to speak a little louder. Mrs. Evans is hard of hearing.

◆Please don't shout. I'm not hard of hearing.

◆Listening to loud music too much can make you hard of hearing.

to see eye to eye: to agree, to concur

◆I'm glad that we see eye to eye on the matter of the conference location.

◆A husband and wife don't always see eye to eye with each other, but a good marriage can survive small disagreements.

to have in mind: to be considering, to be thinking (S)

◆I don't want to see a movie now. I have in mind going to the park.

◆It's up to you what we eat tonight. Do you have anything in mind?

to keep in mind: to remember, not to forget (S) (also: to bear in mind)

◆Please keep in mind that you promised to call Stan around noon.

◆I didn't know that Paula doesn't like vegetables. We should bear that in mind next time we invite her for dinner.

for once: this one time, for only one time

◆For once I was able to win a game of golf against Steve, who is a much better player than I am.

◆Dad, for once would you please let me drive the new car?

to go off: to explode; to sound as an alarm; to leave suddenly without explanation

◆The accident happened when a box of firecrackers went off accidentally.

◆For what time did you set the alarm clock to go off tomorrow morning?

◆Vince went off without saying good-bye to anybody; I hope he wasn't angry.

to grow out of: to outgrow, to become too old for; to be a result of

◆He still bites his nails now and then, but soon he'll grow out of the habit.

◆The need for the salary committee grew out of worker dissatisfaction with the pay scale.

to make the best of: to do the best that one can in a poor situation

◆If we can't find a larger apartment soon, we'll just have to make the best of it right here.

◆Even though the Martinez family is having financial problems, they make the best of everything by enjoying the simple pleasures of life.

to cut off: to shorten by cutting the ends (S); to disconnect or stop suddenly (S)

◆The rope was two feet longer than we needed, so we cut off the extra length.

◆The operator cut our long-distance phone conversation off after two minutes.

to cut out: to remove by cutting (S); to stop doing something (S) (for the second definition, also: to knock it off)

For the second definition, the idiom is usually separated by the pronoun it.

◆The child likes to cut out pictures form the newspaper and to paste them in a notebook.

◆He kept bothering her, so finally she told him to cut it out. However, he wouldn't knock it off until her larger brother appeared.

更多托福词汇介绍,可以【详情咨询】或【免费咨询电话:010-5338 2562】。

 

相关阅读

英语中的基本习语汇总

英语习语:中级--LESSON 15

【干货】托福听力最常考的55个习语结构

【英语基本习语】ESSENTIAL IDIOMS IN ENGLISH

分享到:

我要报名

> 查看更多
  • 班级
  • 开课时间
  • 详细介绍

最新专题

> 查看更多
  • 托福提分班
  • 美国留学申请

在线客服

托福五人班

托福15人班

托福名师1对1

雅思精英班

名校留学

SummerSchool

全国咨询热线


010-5338 2562

网站首页|美联出国考试|美联乐闻|媒体报道|关于我们|版权声明|师资团队|网站地图|诚聘人才|资料下载|图书出版|联系我们

美联乐闻地址:北京市海淀区苏州街18号长远天地大厦A1座1606(地铁10号线苏州街站C出口即是)
全国免费咨询电话:010-5338 2562
@2013乐闻携尔 京ICP备11037519号 
本站版权归 深圳美联国际教育科技有限公司 所有
美联乐闻留学是一家专业托福培训美国留学申请的机构

 美联乐闻官方微博二维码
关注美联乐闻官方微博
或扫描二维码,关注美联乐闻留学微信
即可获得最新留学资讯和优惠信息
更有价值600元的留学评估和留学书籍免费送