To peruse; have great fun with; indulge in for a longer period of time.
A bad feeling of nausea and/or headache the day after one has had too much to drink.
To burn to the ground; be totally gutted by fire.Ready or willing to fight and hurt others to get what you want.To be strong enough to use hard or for a long time./Mary tore up the old sheets and made costumes for the play out of the pieces./ * /John tore up his resultat loto lundi 8 janvier test paper so that his mother wouldn't see his low grade./ tee off./Is Joe a square, establishment type?/The reservoir dried up during the four-month drought././The basketball team won last night.Brown lost their little girl, their friends saw them through with help and sympathy./ * /His business was about to fail, but his banker saw him through./.To dive deep underwater in a submarine as quickly as possible./May Queen candidates were lovely, but Betsy and Nancy were the cream of the crop./ * /The students had drawn many good pictures and the teacher chose the cream of the crop wild sultan casinofoorumi to hang up when the parents came to visit./ creature of habit.A careful second check to be sure that something is right; a careful look for errors.Joining, or planning to join; taking part in; competing for a place.Phr., informal To let someone know your position and interest openly; deal honestly; act without trickery or secrets./The champion finally met his match and lost the game./ meet one's Waterloo.Having a chance to win; not to be counted out; among those who might win.run the gauntlet also gantlet.Think on one's feet.Phr., informal To accept something without change or refuse it; decide yes./After they wrote out the invitations, it was all systems go for the wedding./ all the(1) adj.
Come on strong.
/The store had some bathing suits it had carried over from last year./ * /What you learn in school should carry over into adult life./.