at the turn of smth.

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  • SMTH BBS — Shuimu Tsinghua (zh sp|s=水木清华|p=shuǐmù qīnghuá; abbreviated as SMTH) BBS is the first and one of the most popular bulletin board system sites among the universities in China. Hosted by Tsinghua University, it is recognized for its diversity and… …   Wikipedia

  • turn\ loose — • let loose • turn loose v 1a. or set loose or turn loose To set free; loosen or give up your hold on. The farmer opened the gate and let the bull loose in the pasture. They turned the balloon loose to let it rise in the air. 1b. or turn loose To …   Словарь американских идиом

  • turn up one's nose at — refuse as not being good enough for one He turned up his nose at the offer of a job in another department of the company. Digest 20/2002 (smb/smth) to scorn, snub, or reject something Mrs. Beasley wouldn t have anything to do with her new… …   Idioms and examples

  • have smth at one's finger-tips/ends — (from Idioms in Speech) to be able to repeat or use without any trouble (generally of something committed to memory); to be very familiar with something He had all the figures, all the facts at his finger ends. (A. Cronin) There s no need to… …   Idioms and examples

  • let\ loose — • let loose • turn loose v 1a. or set loose or turn loose To set free; loosen or give up your hold on. The farmer opened the gate and let the bull loose in the pasture. They turned the balloon loose to let it rise in the air. 1b. or turn loose To …   Словарь американских идиом

  • put\ off — v 1. informal To cause confusion in; embarrass; displease. I was rather put off by the shamelessness of his proposal. The man s slovenliness put me off. 2. To wait and have (smth) at a later time; postpone. They put off the picnic because of the… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • at — We use at with times: at 5 o clock at 11.45 at midnight at lunch time at the week end/at week ends at Christmas/at Easter at the moment/at present at the same time at the age of We use at in the following situations: at the back/at the top (of… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • split\ hairs — v. phr. To find and argue about small and unimportant differences as if the differences are important. John is always splitting hairs; he often starts an argument about something small and unimportant. Don t split hairs about whose turn it is to… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • hand\ over — v To give control or possession of; give (smth) to another person. When the teacher saw Johnny reading a comic book in study period, she made him hand over the book. When Mr. Jones gets old, he will hand over his business to his son. Syn.: fork… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • pass\ up — v To let (smth) go by; refuse. Mary passed up the dessert because she was on a diet. John was offered a good job in California, but he passed it up because he didn t want to move. Compare: turn down …   Словарь американских идиом


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