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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.

“Knock down” means “to hit someone with a vehicle”. Example: If he’d been concentrating on his driving instead of talking on the phone, he wouldn’t have knocked the cyclist down. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

😀 Our phrasal verb of the day is “Knock down”, which means “to hit someone with a vehicle”. Be careful on the road, guys!

"Get out of" means "to avoid doing something you dislike".  Example: I said I wasn't feeling well and got out of the extra work.  Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com  #phrasalverb #phrasalverbs #phrasal #verb #verbs #phrase #phrases #expression #expressions #english #englishlanguage #learnenglish #studyenglish #language #vocabulary #dictionary #grammar #efl #esl #tesl #tefl #toefl #ielts #englishlearning #vocab #wordoftheday #phraseoftheday

"Get out of" means "to avoid doing something you dislike". Example: I said I wasn't feeling well and got out of the extra work. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com #phrasalverb #phrasalverbs #phrasal #verb #verbs #phrase #phrases #expression #expressions #english #englishlanguage #learnenglish #studyenglish #language #vocabulary #dictionary #grammar #efl #esl #tesl #tefl #toefl #ielts #englishlearning #vocab #wordoftheday #phraseoftheday

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“Get above” means “to behave as if you are better or more important than others”. Example: Ever since they made him assistant manager, he’s been getting above himself.

“Get above” means “to behave as if you are better or more important than others”. Example: Ever since they made him assistant manager, he’s been getting above himself.

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