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The Hindu Vocabulary 8_January_2020


The Hindu Vocabulary

🔰 Thursday, 07 January 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.
The Editorial Vocabulary:
📒carry on

to continue doing something

🤓For example ⤵️

💬During the football match Rafael hurt his leg. He tried to carry on, but it soon got worse so he had to go off.

💬Before the teacher left the classroom, she told her students to carry on with their work.

💬It started to rain but Gillian and her golfing partners carried on playing. Soon they were wet through.


legal; conforming to rules or regulations

❕For example:

🔺If your diploma is legit then you've got nothing to worry about, but if it's fake you'll be in a lot of trouble.

🔺If you only paid fifty dollars for the software, it won't be legit. It'll be an illegal copy.

short for "legitimate"

📔You can't take it with you when you die

🤔Possible meaning
When we die we leave everything on earth. We don't take anything with us. Even the richest people cannot take their money with them after death. This proverb reminds us that some material or worldly things are not really so valuable as we may think.

A variation of this proverb is: "You can't take it with you when you go."

📚a close shave

a near accident or disaster

❗️For example

🔸I had a close shave driving home last night. A deer ran across the road in front of me and I almost drove into a tree. 

🔸I was walking in the mountains when a rock crashed down onto the path behind me. I don't need another close shave like that!

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