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Autor:  Miguel Vieira
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Data:  02/ABR/2003 4:42 PM
Assunto:  Re: Expressions
 
Mensagem:  To call off = to change one's mind; to no longer want to do something, to have a change of heart Ex: President Lula called off his "fome zero" plan. Loads of time = To have lots of spending time; a huge amount of time. Ex: I have had loads of time to complete the project. By heart = To know something very well; knowing without having to resort to aids, to have something clearly in memory Ex: I know the number of the transit authority by heart-1-800-455-4678. Hold out for = To wait, to hold on, to keep Ex: I'll hold your personal belongings for you. To be in charge = To be in authority. THE BOSS. President Bush is in charge of the almighthy United States Armed Forces. He's got the last say. The commander-in-chief.


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
Expressions  –  LETICIA  02/ABR/2003, 3:43 PM
 Re: Expressions  –  Miguel Vieira  02/ABR/2003, 4:42 PM
Re: Expressions  –  André Costa  03/ABR/2003, 10:44 AM

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