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to go (from something) to something

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  • scare something away from something — scare (someone/something) away from (something/doing something) to cause someone or something not to do something. If people are fully informed, that will increase their confidence and not scare them away from taking the drug …   New idioms dictionary

  • take away from (something) — 1. to reduce something. You know the company will cut jobs because it will not allow anything to take away from profits. 2. to make something less important. I don t want to take away from his achievement, but I think he should have thanked his… …   New idioms dictionary

  • scare someone away from something — scare (someone/something) away from (something/doing something) to cause someone or something not to do something. If people are fully informed, that will increase their confidence and not scare them away from taking the drug …   New idioms dictionary

  • be light years away from something — be light years away from (something) if something is light years away from something else, it has made so much progress that the two things are now very different. Modern computers are light years away from the huge machines we used in the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • shy away from something — shy away from (something/doing something) to avoid something. I tend to shy away from big guitar solos on records. At first, some companies shied away from selling merchandise on the Internet, but not for long …   New idioms dictionary

  • distract (someone's) attention from something — distract (someone’s) attention from something phrase to do something in order to stop someone from paying attention to something They tried to distract attention from the crisis. Thesaurus: to make someone unable to concentrate or think… …   Useful english dictionary

  • get your kicks from something — informal phrase to do something, especially something bad, because it gives you a feeling of excitement He got his kicks from inflicting pain on others. Thesaurus: to enjoy something, or to enjoy yourselfsynonym Main entry: kick …   Useful english dictionary

  • far from something — far from (something) not at all. We were far from disappointed when they canceled the invitation. Far from declaring victory, he was thinking of what to do if he lost. Usage notes: usually used to show that a result of action was not expected or… …   New idioms dictionary

  • take heart (from something) — phrase to feel happier or less worried because of something The team took heart from an honourable draw. Thesaurus: to be, or to become happy or happiersynonym Main entry: heart * * * take ˈheart (from sth) …   Useful english dictionary

  • get a buzz from something — get a buzz from (something/doing something) informal give (someone) a buzz if something gives you a buzz, it makes you feel excited. I get a real buzz from seeing my name in print …   New idioms dictionary

  • lurch from something to something — mainly journalism phrase to keep having serious problems, usually caused by a lack of judgment The government seems to lurch from one crisis to another. Thesaurus: to be in, or to get into a difficult situationsynonym Main entry: lurch …   Useful english dictionary

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