This title provides: example sentences which show how words are used in context; clear notes on grammar, irregular verbs and easily confused words, and pronunciation information for all main entries.bootoutboot out phrasal verb to make someone leave somewhere (informal) He was booted out ofthe policeforcefor taking bribes. ... He was questioned by the border guards. ... bored) to make a hole in something bored bored /bEd/ adj not interested in what is happening You get very bored having to do the same work every day. ... 2. to take money for a time, usually from a bank Companies borrow from banks to finance their business. ... She has two brothers, both of them in Canada.
|Title||:||Easier English Intermediate Dictionary|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2009-01-01|