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Meat market

"Meat market" means a meeting place such as a bar or club for people seeking sexual partners. Example: I hate going to my gym. It's turned into a meat market!

"Stool pigeon" is a ​police informer.  Example: The police would never have found him if a stool pigeon hadn't revealed his hiding place

"Stool pigeon" is a ​police informer. Example: The police would never have found him if a stool pigeon hadn't revealed his hiding place.

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Phrasal Cards : Photo

Let’s expand your vocab for some more! This phrasal verb would be very useful for you, especially at parties - “Juice up”. It means “to make something more exciting or more impressive”.

"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.

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