Idioms

ring up (someone) or ring (someone) up
to telephone someone
You should ring up the police if you see a strange person around your house.
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  • ring up (something) or ring (something) up
  • rip into (someone or something)
  • rip off (someone or something) or rip (someone or something) off
  • ripe old age
  • Rise and shine!
  • rise to the bait
  • rise to the occasion
  • risk one's neck to (do something)
  • rivet (someone's) attention
  • rob Peter to pay Paul
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  • on impulse
  • of one's own accord
  • dredge up (something) or dredge (something) up
  • cut out for (something)
  • in the first place
  • filled to the brim
  • hedge in (something) or hedge (something) in
  • wait with bated breath
  • eat and run
  • on the dole

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    Cheeks

    To create a high, sexy cheekbone, apply bronzer or a taupe eye shadow to the hollows of your cheeks. This creates a shadow, giving a more contoured look. Then, add color to the apples of your cheeks the areas where you would naturally flush.

    Centre and Middle - Centre

    Don't Say:
    Stand in the middle of the circle.

    Say:
    Stand in the centre of the circle.
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