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“Pass around” means “to pass something from person to person in a group”. Example: After the meeting, we passed the box around and collected money. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Pass around” means “to pass something from person to person in a group”. Example: After the meeting, we passed the box around and collected money.

"Up a tree" means "in a difficult situation". Example: They found the drugs in his suitcase, so he was up a tree.

Idiom of the day: By the skin of your teeth.  Meaning: Just barely.  Example: Jack escaped from the burning building by the skin of his teeth.

Idiom of the day: By the skin of your teeth. Meaning: Just barely. Example: Jack escaped from the burning building by the skin of his teeth.

Lay off

Idiom: "Lay off" means "to end someone's employment". - Example: Many companies aren't doing so well and they'll have to lay off some of their workers.

“Part with” means “to give away or get ​rid of something although you would prefer to keep it”. Example: He couldn’t part with his ​old ​car, ​even though it used too much ​gas. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Part with” means “to give away or get ​rid of something although you would prefer to keep it”. Example: He couldn’t part with his ​old ​car, ​even though it used too much ​gas. Get our apps for.

"Get over" means "to recover from something".  Example: It took him ​years to get over the ​shock of his ​wife's ​death.

"Get over" means "to recover from something". Example: It took him ​years to get over the ​shock of his ​wife's ​death.