Get over a bad experience by distancing oneself from it. Adjust clocks or watches backwards or forwards to take account of official changes in time. Confine someone in a prison or psychiatric hospital. Consider or judge someone or something to be. Enter someone's name on a list as wishing to do, join, or subscribe to something. Recommend someone as a suitable candidate for a job or position. Submit a plan, proposal, or theory for consideration.
Draw someone's attention to someone or something useful, notable, or interesting. Agree to have sexual intercourse with someone. Initiate something and see it through to a successful conclusion. Cause inconvenience or difficulty to someone. Make something by assembling different parts or people. Make someone unconscious by means of drugs or an anaesthetic. Stay temporarily in accommodation other than one's own home. Be taken advantage of through having one's good nature exploited.
Save money for future use. Tease or playfully deceive someone. Raymond came and gave her an injection that put her out until the following morning. Brewster, who put him up to all that had happened. What is the origin of 'sleep tight'? One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained. Top tips for better writing Some advice to nail your writing assignments.
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