Word of the Week

Word of the week: materialize

Meaning: If an idea or hope materializes, it becomes real

Idiom of the week: put/leave sb in the shade

Meaning: to be so good that another person or thing does not seem important or worth very much

Phrasal Verb of the week: run something down

Meaning: If a machine or device such as a clock or battery runs down, it loses power, or if you run it down, you cause this to happen

Collocation of the week: be on good/great form

Meaning: to be feeling or performing well

Word of the week: sensual

Meaning: expressing or suggesting physical, especially sexual, pleasure or satisfaction

Phrasal Verb of the week: bring something out

Meaning: to make a particular quality or detail noticeable

Collocation of the week: without fail

Meaning: If you do something without fail, you always do it

Word of the week: coax
Word of the week: coax

Meaning: to persuade someone gently to do something or go somewhere, by being kind and patient, or by appearing to be

Idiom of the week: ruffle someone's feathers
Idiom of the week: ruffle someone's feathers

Meaning: to cause someone to be upset

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