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English Idiom!

Idiom - Kiss and make up!

Kate: We've been arguing about this all day. I really don't want to fight anymore.

Peter: I agree. Let's kiss and make up

 

Kiss and make up - To forgive someone and be friends again.

 

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Leo: A few of the lads are coming round to watch the footy tonight. Have we got any booze in?

Mark: No. You drank it all. I'll pop down the offie later and buy some.

 

Meaning - Off licence (a shop that sells alcohol).

 

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Meaning:

To meet by chance.

 

We must stop bumping into each other like this. People will start to talk!

 

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