|v. open; switch on; be on; drive; have (a meeting); write out; to prescribe||
|m. carat, karat (measurement of purity of gold)||
|v. open up, reclaim; (of flowers) open out; come loose; run, set up; lift (a ban, restriction)||
|v. to pay (wages); to fire (sb.); (of water) to be boiled; to divide into||
v. to leave
phr. to open up; to turn on
phr. There are too many tasks, but few people. There is no way for deployment.
v. separate, part, divide
v. go somewhere else, get away, go away
phr. to untie, to undo, to unbutton, to unlace; to solve (a riddle)
v. open up, open
v. release, let go, loosen, untie, come loose
v. spread out, unfold
v. avoid dwelling on unpleasant things, accept the situation and move on
v. (of news, rumor, etc.) spread, get around
v. be unpopular; won't work
phr. be popular, get along all right, be much sought after
phr. Before finishing talking, she started crying.
phr. This room is too small to seat more than twenty people.