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to repay; to refund; to compensate for a loss; to repay for an expense
defend
resolve
perpetuate
reimburse
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meaning of the expression "long live the underworld"



 
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meaning of the expression "long live the underworld" #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 26, 2007 0:09 am   meaning of the expression "long live the underworld"
 

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #16 "Expressions with Top", question 1

He's always worried about his appearance and now he's concerned because he's going thin on top.

(a) losing his hair
(b) losing his memory
(c) losing his popularity
(d) losing his strength

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #16 "Expressions with Top", answer 1

He's always worried about his appearance and now he's concerned because he's losing his hair.

Correct answer: (a) losing his hair
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meaning of the expression "long live the underworld" #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 26, 2007 13:58 pm   meaning of the expression "long live the underworld"
 

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It is a wish for the continued success of either criminal society or Hades.
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