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That sounds quite boring to me.
My friend Joan came over.
Her hair is dyed bright pink.
My father said "nice hair, Joan."
I don't think that he really meant it.
My mother says that when I am an adult I can dye my hair whatever
crazy color I like, but
for now she would like me to leave my hair its natural color.
I tried to tell her that all my friends were doing it.
My mother asked, "if all your friends were jumping off a cliff, would
you do it too?"
I said "no."
I think I'll have to wait to have green hair, but maybe by the time
I'm old enough to dye my hair green, I won't want it that color.
My mother says that fads change all the time.
One day something might be popular, and the next day it's not in style at all.
I'll just have to live without green hair for now.
I wonder what the fad will be next month.
partners for us.
[countable]a promise to yourself to do something
ￚsee also resolve
resolution to do something
*Carol made a resolution to work harder at school.
*New Year's resolution (=a resolution made on January 1st)
to make a definite decision to do something
resolve to do something
*After the divorce she resolved never to marry again.
*Mary resolved that she would stop smoking.
to begin happening or existing in a particular way, especially when this changes later
start out as
'The Star' started out as a small weekly newspaper.
The leaves start out a pale green, and later get darker.
to begin your life or profession, or an important period of time
When the band first started out, they played at small clubs.
start out as
She started out as a model.
start out on
young couples starting out on their life together
to begin going somewhere
Oliver started out at five, when it was still dark.
to stop yourself from having something that you like very much or doing something that you want to do
cannot resist (doing) something
I just can't resist chocolate.She can never resist buying new shoes.
it is hard/difficult/impossible to resist something It's hard to resist an invitation like that. resist the temptation/urge to do something She resisted the temptation to laugh.
They only wanted 3 dollars for it, so how could I resist?
without worrying about or taking account of: They decorated the house regardless of cost. | All our proposals were rejected, regardless of their merits.
*The law requires equal treatment for all, regardless of race, religion, or sex.
[transitive]to not do something that you have promised to do or signed an agreement to do
I never break my promises .You betrayed me. You broke your word . break an agreement/contract He was worried that he might be breaking his contract.
[transitive] to stop something from continuing
We need to break the cycle of poverty and crime in the inner cities. We took turns driving, in order to try and break the monotony. New talks will begin on Monday in an effort to break the deadlock .
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▶IN THE SKY◀
to fly, especially very high up in the sky, floating on air currents
She watched the dove soar above the chestnut trees.
wind (its way) through/along etc something
Highway 99 winds its way along the coast.
a winding path
to say something loudly
call something ↔ out
'Hi there!' I called out.
call out to
The firemen called out to him.
[intransitive and transitive] to move down, or to make something move down, usually for just a short time
We watched the sun dip below the horizon. She dipped her head and spoke into the microphone.
the branches at the top of a tree
What I Look for in a Friend