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long time no see

Meaning: informal way to greet someone you haven't seen in a long time.

Example: Long time no see! It's been ages. How have you been? Read more ➺

crash course

Meaning: a course in which lots of information is taught in a short period of time.

Example: We took a crash course in Spanish last summer to prepare for our trip to Spain. Read more ➺

as soon as

Meaning: immediately after.

Example: As soon as the teacher left the class, she started making noise. Read more ➺

turn the clock back

Meaning: to restore something to its former state or condition.

Example: I would if I could turn the clock back and study another course. Read more ➺

drag feet (or heels)

Meaning: to do something slowly because you do not want to do it.

Example: I suspect the government is dragging its heels over this issue. Read more ➺

day of reckoning

Meaning: a time when people are punished for their past mistakes.

Example: The reckless behavior of drug-taking college students went unabated until the day of reckoning came—they were all sent home. Read more ➺

come full circle

Meaning: completion of the cycle.

Example: I was wearing such a dress some 40 years ago. Fashion's wheel has come full circle. Read more ➺

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