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lost in something, immersed in
unfavourable , not in the interest of
agree to (something) We agreed to their proposal.
agree with (someone) We agreed with them.
quick to perceive, wary of
In addition to, separate
giving attention to
know, to have prior knowledge
withdraw, unable to keep a word
to give support, assist
Ignorant of. He is blind to his friend’s flaws.
travelling to. The ship is bound for Karachi.
certain to, probable, likely to
out of order The car broke down on the way.
to lose calm. I broke down when I heard the news
To enter forcefully( as in burglary)
to interrupt a conversation
Weep, break into tears
to stop, to discontinue
start suddenly. Cholera broke out in the village. The war broke out.
to reveal , bring before the public for the first time
to bring up the children, raise a topic
burn completely particularly buildings or establishments.
to take advantage of
to execute , perform
to solve a mystery/problem
comparison between two things
find similarity or difference from
to fix attention
have confidence in somebody
opposite/ as against something
change the form , transform
to do business. My father deals in antiques.