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  • give someone a wide berth — give (someone/something) a wide berth to avoid someone or something. I try to give the city centre a wide berth on a Saturday. If she s in a bad mood I tend to give her a wide berth …   New idioms dictionary

  • give something a wide berth — give (someone/something) a wide berth to avoid someone or something. I try to give the city centre a wide berth on a Saturday. If she s in a bad mood I tend to give her a wide berth …   New idioms dictionary

  • give a wide berth — give (someone/something) a wide berth to avoid someone or something. I try to give the city centre a wide berth on a Saturday. If she s in a bad mood I tend to give her a wide berth …   New idioms dictionary

  • try — 1 /traI/ verb 1 ATTEMPT (I, T) to attempt to do or get something: try to do sth: Don t shout at him; he s only trying to help. | try sth: Roberts tried a shot at goal. | try and do sth: You must try and control your temper. | try: Tim may not be… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • try one's hand at — I regret that I never tried my hand at waterskiing Syn: have a go at, make an attempt at, have a shot at; attempt, try, try out, give something a try; informal have a stab at, give something a whirl; formal essay …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • try one's hand — MAKE AN ATTEMPT; attempt, try, try out, give something a try; informal have a go, have a stab, have a shot, have a bash, give something a whirl; formal essay. → hand * * * phrasal : to attempt something for the firs …   Useful english dictionary

  • give a little — be flexible, do not be so firm    When you discuss the divorce terms, try to give a little …   English idioms

  • give someone a melvin — tv. to jerk up someone’s pants or underwear, drawing the fabric up sharply between the buttocks. (It is assumed that some geek named Melvin goes about with his underwear in this uncomfortable position.) □ If you even try to give me a melvin, I’ll …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • give something a whirl — (informal) To try something out • • • Main Entry: ↑whirl * * * give something a whirl informal phrase to try a new activity If you don’t like team sports, why not give yoga a whirl? Thesaurus: to start doing something new or different …   Useful english dictionary

  • Try — «Try» Сингл P!nk из альбома The Truth About Love Сторон …   Википедия

  • give a whirl — give (something) a whirl informal : to attempt or try (something) He thought he d give acting a whirl. [=he thought he d try acting; he thought he d try to become an actor] • • • Main Entry: ↑whirl …   Useful english dictionary


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