افعال دو قسمتی پرکاربرد انگلیسی pdf

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افعال دو قسمتی پرکاربرد انگلیسی pdf

افعال دو قسمتی پرکاربرد انگلیسی pdf

در این پست گلچینی از افعال دو قسمتی پرکاربرد در زبان انگلیسی در سطح پیشرفته مناسب آزمون آیلتس به همراه مثال و معنی به زبان آموزان گرامی ارایه میشود. این فهرست در پایان کتاب Cambridge Grammar for IELTS به عنوان یک کتاب منبع برای آزمون آیلتس درج شده است.

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جلسه اول

Account for

to form a particular amount or part of something /// to be the reason why something happens (explain)

Example 1: Afro-Americans account for 12% of the US population.

Example 2: Recent pressure at work may account for his behavior.

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Act as

to have an effect /// to do a particular job 

Example 1: Having more places to do sports can act as a source of motivation for many citizens who would otherwise spend their time at home collapsing in from of the TV.

Example 2:

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Agree to

to say yes to an idea, plan or suggestion 

Example 1: If governments agree to dedicate more budget to agriculture, hunger in poor countries will probably be controlled.

Example 2:

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Aim at 

to try to hit or reach

Example 1: Modern advertisement campaigns are now believed to be so effective that if they aim at the potential customers, they are able to achieve desired results.

Example 2:

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Allow for

to consider the possible facts, problems, costs etc involved in something when making a plan, calculation, or judgment

Example 1: Allowing for inflation, the cost of the project will be $2 million.

Example 2: You should always allow for the possibility that it might rain.

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Amount to 

If figures, sums etc. amount to a particular total, they equal that total when they are added together/// if an attitude, remark, situation etc. amounts to something, it has the same effect.

Example 1: Time lost through illness amounted to 1,357 working days.

Example 2: The court’s decision amounts to a not guilty verdict.

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Aspire to 

to desire and work towards achieving something important.

Example 1: college graduates aspiring to careers in finance

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جلسه دوم

Attribute to 

to believe or say that a situation or event is caused by something///if people in general attribute a particular statement, painting, piece of music etc. to someone, they believe that person said it, painted it etc.

Example 1: The fall in the number of deaths from heart disease is generally attributed to improvements in diet.

Example 2: a saying usually attributed to Confucius.

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Base on

to use something as the thing from which something else is developed.

Example 1: Their relationship was based on mutual respect.

Example 2:

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Be into

to owe someone money.

Example 1: He’s into me for $50.

Example 2:

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Believe in

to be sure that someone or something exists/// to think that something is effective or right

Example 1: Do you believe in God?

Example 2: The school believes in letting children learn at their own pace.

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Belong to 

if something belongs to someone, they own it///to be a member of a group or organization// to be related to something or form part of it.

Example 1: The book belongs to Dan.

Example 2: Cars that belong to a different era.

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Break down

if a car or machine breaks down, it stops working /// to fail or stop working in a successful way.

Example 1: The car broke down just north of Paris.

Example 2: Negotiations broke down after only two days.

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Bring about 

to make something happen /// cause.

Example 1: How can we bring about a change in attitudes?

Example 2: A huge amount of environmental damage has been brought about by the destruction of the rainforests.

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جلسه سوم

Bring back

to start to use something again that was used in the past///to make you remember something.

Example 1: The city council has decided to bring back the old electric trams

Example 2: The trip brought back a lot of happy memories

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Bring in 

to introduce a new law /// to ask someone to become involved in a discussion or situation.

Example 1: Harsh anti-trade union laws were brought in in the early 1980s.

Example 2: I’d like to bring in Doctor Hall here and ask him his views.

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Bring out

to make something easier to see, taste, notice etc. /// to produce something that will be sold to the public.

Example 1: The spices really bring out the flavor of the meat.

Example 2: He’s bringing out a new album next month.

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Bring up 

to mention a subject or start to talk about it –raise /// to look after and influence a child until he or she is grown up.

Example 1: Why did you have to bring up the subject of money?

Example 2: He was brought up by his grandparents.

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Build up 

if something builds up somewhere, or if you build it up, it gradually becomes bigger or greater/// to make something develop or form.

Example 1: the rate at which the pension builds up

Example 2: He’s built up the family firm into a multinational company.

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Call for 

If a group of people call for something, they ask publicly for something to be done///to need or deserve a particular type of behavior or treatment.

Example 1: Human Rights groups are calling for the release of political prisoners.

Example 2: Dealing with children who are so damaged calls for immense tact and sensitivity.

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Call off 

to decide that a planned event will not take place-cancel///to officially decide that something should be stopped after it has already started.

Example 1: The trip to Italy might be called off.

Example 2: Rescuers had to call off the search because of worsening weather conditions.

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جلسه چهارم

Call on (call on/upon somebody/something)

to formally ask someone to do something///to visit someone for a short time.

Example 1: The UN has called on both sides to observe the ceasefire.

Example 2: Why don’t you call on my sister when you’re in Brighton?

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Care for

to look after someone who is not able to look after themselves-take care of///to do things that keep something in good condition.

Example 1: He thanked the nurses who had cared for him.

Example 2: Instructions on caring for your new sofa are included.

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Carry on

to continue doing something///to continue moving.

Example 1: Sorry, I interrupted you. Please carry on.

Example 2: He stopped and looked back, then carried on down the stairs.

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Carry out

to do something that needs to be organized and planned///to do something that you have said you will do or that someone has asked you to do.

Example 1: We need to carry out more research.

Example 2: Nicholson didn’t carry out his threat to take legal action.

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Catch up

to improve and reach the same standard as other people in your class, group etc.///to come from behind and reach someone in front of you by going faster.

Example 1: At the moment our technology is more advanced, but other countries are catching up with us.

Example 2: Drive faster – they’re catching up with us.

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Cater for

to provide a particular group of people with the things they need or want.

Example 1: Vegetarians are well catered for.

Example 2: An LA bank catering to Asian businesses.

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Check in

if you check in or are checked in at a hotel or airport, you go to the desk and report that you have arrived/// to leave your bags at an official place so they can be put on a plane or a train, or to take someone’s bags in order to do this.

Example 1: Check in two hours before the flight.

Example 2: I said goodbye and went to check in my suitcases.

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جلسه پنجم

Check out

to make sure that something is actually true, correct, or acceptable-investigate/// to look at someone or something because they are interesting or attractive.

Example 1: I made a phone call to check out his address.

Example 2: If I hear about a website that sounds interesting, I check it out.

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Cheer up

to become less sad, or to make someone feel less sad/// to make a place look more attractive.

Example 1: Cheer up! The worst is over.

Example 2: I bought some posters to cheer the place up a bit.

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Clear up

to make a place look tidier by putting things back where they belong/// to explain or solve something, or make it easier to understand.

Example 1: I don’t mind you using the kitchen as long as you clear up afterwards.

Example 2: The White House hopes these problems can be cleared up soon.

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Close down

if a company, shop etc. closes down or is closed down, it stops operating permanently/// to stop broadcasting radio or television programs at the end of the day.

Example 1: Paramount closed down its London office in 1968.

Example 2: BBC 2 closes down at 12.45 tonight.

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Come about

to happen, especially in a way that is not planned///if a ship comes about, it changes direction.

Example 1: The opportunity to get into computing came about quite by accident.

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Come across

to meet, find, or discover someone or something by chance///if an idea comes across well, it is easy for people to understand.

Example 1: I came across an old diary in her desk.

Example 2: Your point really came across at the meeting.

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Come along

to be developing or making progress-progress/// to appear or arrive.

Example 1: He opened the oven door to see how the food was coming along.

Example 2: A bus should come along any minute now.

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جلسه ششم

come around

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comeback

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comedown

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come from

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come out

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come up

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come up against

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جلسه هفتم

come up with

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consist of

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count on

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cut down

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deal with

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depend on/upon

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dispose of

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جلسه هشتم

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do up

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do without

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draw up

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eat out

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engage in

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enter into

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even out

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جلسه نهم

fall apart

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fall back on

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figure out

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fill in/out

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find out

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finish off

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fit in

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جلسه دهم

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focus on/upon

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get across

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get at

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get away with

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get back

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get in

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get off

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جلسه یازدهم

get on

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get out of

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give back

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give in

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give up

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go back

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go down

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جلسه دوازدهم

go into

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go off

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go on

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go over

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go through

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go together

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go up

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جلسه سیزدهم

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hand in

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hand out

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have (got) on

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head for

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hear from

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help out

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hold on

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جلسه چهاردهم

hold on to

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hold up

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keep from

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keep on doing

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keep up (with)

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lay off

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lead up to

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جلسه پانزدهم

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letdown

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let off

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live on

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live up to

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look after

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look ahead

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look at

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جلسه شانزدهم

look forward to

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look into

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look up

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makeup

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makeup for

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miss out on

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name after

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جلسه هفدهم

name for

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pass on

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payback

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pick out

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pickup

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play down

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point out

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جلسه هجدهم

put aside

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put forward

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put off

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put on

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put up

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put up with

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refer to

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جلسه نوزدهم

relate to

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result in

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rule out

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run out

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sec through

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see to

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send (off/away) for/to

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workout

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جلسه بیستم

send out

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set aside

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set out

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set up

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settle down

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settle into somewhere

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Sort out

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wakeup

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work at

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جلسه بیست و یکم

speak out/up

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stand by

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stand for

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stand up to

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start afresh

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start over

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stay out of

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use up

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جلسه بیست و دوم

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stick at

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stick out

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stick to

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stick together

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sum up

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switch off

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take after

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جلسه بیست و سوم

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take away

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take down

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take in

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take off

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take on

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take out

take over

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turn to

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جلسه بیست و چهارم

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take up

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think about

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think of

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think over

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throw away/out

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try out

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turn into

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turn out

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