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Please fill .. the form below.

in

He's one of the men who .... .. a prison transport vehicle this morning. (robbed)

held up

Anyway, couple things I got to ..... .. here (eclaircir)

clear up

Can you .... me that book .. the glove compartment? (rendre)

hand in

I saw you ..... ... Mike McCool in '58. (assommer)

knock out

If you make an error on the form, please ..... ... the error and initial. (rayer)

cross out

She saw a guy ..... the victim ...., grab the purse, and run this way. (renverser)

knock down

The effects of NeuroBloc will usually .... ... after approximately 12 to 16 weeks. (disparaître)

wear off

Would you .... .. here for a minute, please? (arrêter)

pull in

That meat you forgot to put in the fridge has .... ... (est foutue)

went off

My plans for tonight .... ....... (tombé à l'eau)

fell through

They used to be good friends, but they .... ... (be on bad terms)

fell out

The police car .... .. alongside him at the red lights and asked him to .... ... (stop, stationner)

drew up pull out

Why don't you .... .. when you're on your way home? (stop and visit)

call in

This flower only ..... ... if you keep it in a warm place (s'ouvrir)

comes out

She was in my room when I .... ..... (se reveiller)

came round

She had to finish her homework before she went outUNTILShe had to stay in ............. her homework

She had to stay in until she had finished her homework

Due to heavy rain the children weren't allow to go outside at lunchtimeLETDue to heavy rain the teacher wouldn't ......... outside at lunchtime.

Due to heavy rain the teacher wouldn't let the children go outside at lunchtime.

John never takes any notices what his children sayATTENTIONJohn ....... what his children say

John never pays any attention to what his children say

Hire a ....... company to move your furniture. (Déménagement)

removal

When I was introduced to my girlfriend it was love at first ..........

sight

You showed a lot of ..... (sang-froid)

poise

Since ......... 85,564 houses were constructed. (début)

inception

We're just ..... in the universe's game. (pions)

pawns

"When I told Gina that she'd won a million dollars, she fainted. When she .... .., I told her it was a joke and she almost hit me!" (revenu à elle)

came to

Your charges .... .. £124.38. (Total)

Come to

Lila wouldn't talk about the accident. When I asked her what happened, she ....... .. (become quiet, not speak)

clammed up

The business had a very firm ........ and will certainly grow. BASE

basis

Some applicants take no stoically, others are more ............. (tendance à argumenter)

argumentative

This was ........ their best film together. (sans discussion)

arguably

They have reasons which I think are debatable and ........ ARGUE

arguable

I do the lottery every week. You never know, I might ........ it lucky one day.

strike

I stood up too quickly and almost ........ out.

blacked

Our weapon systems are ............. superior to yours. SUBSTANCE

substantially

There was a ........ of smoke rising from the burning building.

column

He's a journalist for the local paper and writes a ........ on political issues.

column

I offer you ...... to negotiate the terms of your surrender. (pourparlers)

parley

Well, we've managed to .... .. ........ so far. (tenir ensemble)

hold it together

She don't have to .... .. for Earl Pfeiffer. (se mettre sur son 31)

doll up

Smooth and ...... at the same time. (robuste)

sturdy

They are facing the next year with great ........... (crainte)

trepidation

But this was just the beginning of his ...... (calvaire)

ordeal

- He's ....... with that woman. (épris)

smitten

I've heard of your ......., Mr. Neville. (prouesses)

prowess

I know Mr Smith and personally ..... ... him. (porte garant)

vouch for

- Just thought I'd inject A little ...... into the situation. (légèreté)

levity

I also do not understand how you drink this ..... (pâté)

swill

- Maybe if you get me some ...... water. (pétillant)

bubbly

Personally, I think you look ........(fringant)

dashing