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Vocabulary U5
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    B2+ Gold experience Vocabulary U5
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  • to make someone feel upset or angry
    get to sb
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  • to behave in a silly way or have a good time
    fool around
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  • to take an opportunity to have or do something in a very willing and excited way
    jump at
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  • to accept something, especially something that is not exactly what you want
    settle for
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  • to be slow to do something, often because of fear or having no confidence
    hang back
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  • to tell someone something that is not true, as a joke
    wind sb up
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  • to defend yourself against a powerful person or organization when they treat you unfairly
    stand up to
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  • to make someone think that something is true, as a joke
    have sb on
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  • to defend yourself when someone or something attacks you or causes problems for you
    fight back
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  • to do nothing to prevent something unpleasant from happening
    stand by
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  • feel upset, shocked or frightened
    shake sb up
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  • to become difficult to control
    get out of hand
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  • to force someone to stay in a horizontal position by holding them
    pin sb down
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  • to go to someone and help them
    come to sb's aid
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  • something alerts her
    alarm bells ring
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  • to make yourself calm again after being angry or upset
    compose yourself
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  • to accept a sad situation
    come in terms with
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  • to be very annoyed with yourself for doing something stupid or wrong
    kick yourself
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  • feel guilty, worry sb
    be on your conscience
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  • to refuse to change your ideas although other people try to make you
    stick to your guns
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  • to not be willing to do something because it is so unpleasant
    unable to bring yourself to do sth
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  • to give so much of your attention to something that you do not have time for other things or people
    be wrapped up in sth
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