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The hospital was fined for not disposing of its waste properly. divide up die out When she gets drunk she either dishes out praise that’s too high, or dishes out criticism that’s too harsh. She never gets it right. The college was accused of dishing out degrees to anyone who could pay. dispose of (formal) for (formal) If we run out of milk, just dip into the petty cash and run down to the shop and get some. Nicola has decided to dip into her savings and take a trip to Italy. dish out (informal)  see also: itch for, yearn While workers were digging up the road they found a dead body.

Tell her to get off the train in Rome and we’ll pick her up from there. get off ✍ Most young people get into healthy activities like sports and music, but some get into bad habits such as taking drugs and drinking alcohol. When he was young Sam got into jazz, and he still loves listening to it today. get off get in get in sth You’d better make sure you get your application in on time, or your chances of getting a place on the course will be zero. Angelina has to get her school report in by the end of the week.

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