The government CHURNS OUT educational policies every few months. The rules of the sport were LAID DOWN early in the nineteenth century. I couldn't answer the test so I just STUCK anything DOWN that I could remember. (In American English 'around' is used). She didn't MEASURE UP in her probationary period, so we didn't extend her contract. I didn't FIT IN with the other people working there so I left and found another job. Remove something from where it is stored to use it. He CRACKED his car UP last night when he came off the road. Everyone else realised what was happening, but it took Henry ages to CATCH ON. Amazon配送商品ならOxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary: For Learners of English (Elt)が通常配送無料。更にAmazonならポイント還元本が多数。Not Available作品ほか、お急ぎ便対象商品は当日お届けも可能。 I told them to CLEAR OUT because they were making so much noise. She suspects her husband is FOOLING AROUND with one of her friends. The space shuttle BLASTED OFF on schedule yesterday. The band STRUCK UP and everyone turned to listen. Arrange the sheets, duvet or blankets to make someone, usually a child, comfortable in bed. The alarm GOES ON when you close the front door. The plate BROKE UP when he dropped it on the floor. I have HEARD nothing OF them since they moved house. The government are CLAMPING DOWN ON antisocial behaviour. Enter a restricted area of a computer system. We FELL ABOUT when we heard what she'd done. The company spent a lot on TOOLING the factory UP. They FENCED OFF one side of the park to keep dogs out. Pressure someone to accept something offered. The issue CUTS ACROSS social backgrounds as it affects us all equally. The government's dishonesty has GNAWED AT people's trust in politicians. They HANG AROUND the station most of the day. He GETS AROUND a bit; he's always with some new girlfriend. She STUCK IT TO me for turning up half an hour late. Terrorists SET OFF a car bomb in the city centre last night. I thought you weren't coming, so I was really pleased you MADE IT. Move into a lane of traffic without making other cars stop. Want something a lot, especially if you shouldn't want it or can't have it. They CAST him OUT because of his behaviour. The DJ MIXED UP the night with some hard techno. My debts MOUNTED UP while I was at university. We SCOUTED AROUND to find the best price. They PASSED ROUND copies of the handbook. Sign a document joining or agreeing to something. The class PAIRED OFF to practise the exam interviews. People are afraid to SPEAK OUT in oppressive political regimes. The price of petrol has GONE UP sharply because of the increase in duty in the Government's budget. It may seem difficult at first, but you will GROW INTO the job. They promised they'd do it, but they haven't COME THROUGH yet. ロングマン現代英英辞典より help something ↔ along phrasal verb to make a process or activity happen more quickly or easily She asked a few questions to help the conversation along. I try to PUT some money BY every month towards our summer holiday. They BASHED him UP in the fight in the pub last week and he had to go to hospital. The argument FLARED UP when he was rude to them. The crowd BACKED AWAY when the man pulled a knife. The pub was closing so we KNOCKED our drinks BACK and left. That travel magazine is totally SLANTED TOWARD the ultra-rich. They SENT OUT a mailshot to all their existing customers. Use this list when you don't understand what the phrasal verbs means. I left the milk on the cooker and it BOILED OVER. I FIDDLED AROUND with the phone but couldn't get any signal. The class were HORSING AROUND when the teacher came in and told them to sit down. The company was WOUND UP when the creditors demanded payment. verb-intransitive. I'm SHOOTING OUT to the shops for a paper. She BROUGHT FORTH the diary and showed it to us. The reporters eventually DUG UP the truth about the affair. We STOOD AROUND for an hour waiting for them to turn up. The traffic's so bad the roads get CLOGGED UP at rush hour. Reggie was caught after someone SNITCHED ON him to the teacher. I had to STEP IN when they started fighting. He HAMMED the part UP to get the audience to laugh. Inspector = a high ranking police officer7. The news of her death really SHOOK me UP. The driver told the passengers to HANG ON as the bus pulled off. The beauty salon gave her a MAKEOVER before the party. They ARE never IN; I always get their answerphone. He didn't COME THROUGH WITH the money and they went bust. Give someone a task or responsibility that is difficult or hard work. After Christmas he didn't carefully detach all the decorations, he just CUT them all DOWN. Move from a sitting or lying down to a vertical position. He LOOKS DOWN ON his colleagues because he thinks he's better than they are. Get included despite attempts to keep it or them out. I EMPTIED some of the coffee OUT so I could pour more milk in. It's fallen in the pool- I'll have to FISH it OUT. The new road KNOCKS an hour OFF the journey. There are loads of people out in the street; what's GOING ON? COME ALONG, we’ll never get there if you don’t keep up with us. Their CHEERED their team ON throughout the match. Be unaware of the presence of something and either enter it (a trap) or bump into it (an obstruction). Learn stand aside meaning, stand back …, Phrasal verbs with SEND! However, the most basic is still to be remembered. Introduce people, hoping they will start a relationship. particule nobiliaire exp. He SWUNG ROUND to see what had made the noise. I must BAIL my drunken brother OUT OF jail. Have you HEARD ABOUT the company takeover? Although not qualified, he managed to PASS AS a doctor for years. They GANGED UP AGAINST me because I wouldn't accept their ideas. The burglars BROKE IN and stole the TV and video. A lot of people are SPONGING ON the state by claiming benefits they're not entitled to. idiom. I disagreed with the idea but I had to PLAY ALONG because everyone else liked it. phrasal-verb. The total costs ADD UP TO several million euros. The companies are SQUARING UP for a fight. They CARRIED the reforms THROUGH despite the opposition. I SANG ALONG when they played it on the radio. We STARTED OFF early because we knew the journey would take all day. She GOT ONTO the plane just before it took off. meaning. At one stage it looked as if she was going to die, but she PULLED THROUGH in the end. I GOT the car OUT so that we could load up the suitcases. I THREW OFF my shoes and flopped on the settee. Stop people (often police or military) going where they are needed. We ROMPED THROUGH the tasks because they were so simple. I OPTED FOR an endowment mortgage and lost a lot of money. He's been HITTING UP ON heroin for years. The heavy snow has blocked many roads and CUT OFF a number of villages. We now intend to GO AHEAD WITH the final stage of the project. When we rent a holiday cottage in Cornwall, we can't PICK UP Channel 5. Include something in a plan or calculation. Visiting my old school BROUGHT BACK memories of when I was a pupil there. We didn't feel like going to a restaurant so we ATE IN. I had to search my flat for money to SCRAPE TOGETHER what I needed. 'WHAT do the letters BBC STAND FOR? ' The car repairs SET me BACK eight hundred pounds. They PRESSED AHEAD with the elections despite the violence. The campaign started well, but FIZZLED OUT when they ran out of money. I tried to PATCH things UP after the argument, but they wouldn't speak to me. Try to include something discreetly when speaking. She's been GOING WITH him since she was at university. Remove water from something that is flooded. They CARRIED FORWARD their losses to the next financial year. He GAVE his daughter AWAY and told the groom to look after her. He's been MESSING ABOUT WITH a woman he works with. The police PATTED them DOWN for weapons but found nothing. The estate agent SHOWED us AROUND the house but we didn't like it much. Finally manage to do something, make the effort to do something. Pretend that something is real and reduce its effect. Affect people of different groups, classes, etc. Pester, try to make someone do something by repeatedly asking or suggesting. We’d better CUT OUT, the security men are on the way. It took me ages to COOL DOWN after the argument. He was BROUGHT UP on charges of public intoxication. Cover windows or doors with wood, metal, etc.. When they had finished dinner, the children asked if they could GET DOWN. We should FLAG UP working conditions at the meeting. Send quickly, angrily or many (letter, emails, etc). Could you PUT me THROUGH to extension 259 please. Could you HOLD ON for a minute; she'll be free in a moment. Water hyacinth is CHOKING OUT the native vegetation in our rivers. She EDGED UP behind the bus at the red light. We KNOCKED the idea AROUND a bit, but decided not to bother. We were upset not to win and had to SETTLE FOR the second prize. The cold beer SLIPPED DOWN a treat after the walk. I told the taxi driver to STEP ON IT as I was late for the meeting. Cottage industries GAVE WAY TO the big companies. Put pressure on someone to get them to do what you want. He FROWNS ON people making personal calls at work. The mugger ROUGHED him UP when he refused to hand his wallet over. phrasal verb. The government want to ROLL BACK the freedom of the press. We have to GET the report OUT by the end of the month. Our condolences GO OUT TO all the families who have lost people in this tragic accident. The president said they would MOVE the troops OUT next year. I JOTTED DOWN her number on a scrap of paper and I can't find it now. The big scheme he was talking about seems to have DROPPED THROUGH. Don’t put up with bad behaviour / … Write something quickly without much preparation. … He CLOSED the player DOWN and stopped him being a threat. Come or flow out of a box, container, etc. I TOYED OVER the idea for a while, but decided not to go ahead with it. Gradually push someone or something out of their position. We want to SELL UP and move to the country. She was CALLED Rose AFTER her late grandmother. After doing the same job for five years, I decided to STRIKE OUT and change careers. Go somewhere different or do something different. The banks have CLOSED DOWN a lot of branches in villages over the last few years. Keith SOBERED UP a bit when we left the pub and walked home. The two drunks SQUARED OFF and the barman had to intervene before a fight broke out. After her death, they GAVE control of the estate OVER TO her niece. We managed to SELL him ON the expansion plans. She‘s away on business for three weeks.. 4. These guerilla attacks are CHOKING OFF our food shipments. Make, assemble or produce something quickly, without much care. Send someone away, often because of a problem. Forward a film or tape to a certain point. Finish something in a satisfactory manner. Become established or successful over time. They were DOLING OUT leaflets in front of the station. Reduce or exterminate a population by hunting, pollution, development, etc.. Force someone out of a place they're hiding in. The government has denied LEANING ON the Attorney General to get his approval of the war. Jump out of a plane because it is going to crash. They are LOCKED IN now that they have paid their subscription. The team WARMED UP half an hour before the volleyball match. Quit RAMBLING ON- I’m tired of listening to you. She GROUND the beans UP and made some coffee. They've TAKEN ten percent OFF designer frames for glasses. To smarten, make something neat and tidy. The train PULLED IN and we rushed to meet her as she got off. Sit and do nothing, especially when you should be working. Television has been DUMBING DOWN the news for years. We had to CUT the police IN on the deal to avoid trouble. She WENT UP TO Cambridge after she finished secondary school. I was PASSING BY her house the other day when I heard about it. The two or three words that make up a phrasal verb form a short "phrase" - which is why we call them "phrasal verbs". The band's new CD is COMING OUT in September. Consume, take, buy something other people may want. They’re used just like other verbs and are a combination of a verb, such as ‘talk’ or ‘run’, plus one or two particles (an adverb or a preposition), that results in a new word or unit of meaning. The children are always GETTING UP TO some trouble or other. The British government can't PAY DOWN the national debt. Gradually become attached, united or close. We love to GET AWAY from everything and relax in the country. Consume something you don't want to be consumed. They're not arriving until Thursday, which FITS IN WITH my schedule for the week. We had to CALL IN a plumber because the sink was leaking and I had no idea how to fix it. He went into the toilets to CHALK a line OUT. We DINED OUT because we couldn't be bothered to cook. They tried to GINGER UP the party to stop people leaving. She TEED UP two strokes ahead at the last hole. I hadn't BARGAINED FOR so many people coming. Organise or arrange something for a particular purpose, audience, etc. He was still GRINDING ON about football when we left. The temperature TOPPED OUT at forty degrees yesterday. I'm SHOOTING BACK home to pick up some things I forgot to bring with me. Spend time doing something because you have nothing better to do. The police DROVE the crowd BACK to give the rescue workers more space. They have FASTENED ON the speech as a source of inspiration. I STRAIGHTENED UP the room before they arrived. Lose possession of a ball, etc. Form a group against something or someone. Reports are just COMING IN of an assassination attempt on the President. He SWANNED IN surrounded by photographers. We had to SHACK UP with friends while our house was being decorated. Ache for. We LOOKED ROUND the house and decided that we didn't like it enough to buy it. I STUCK TO the path and didn't take the shortcut. The company made a better offer to HEAD OFF the moves for a strike. Consult a reference work (dictionary, phonebook, etc.) The university has a residential halls where students can LIVE IN. I was COUNTING UPON their support and lost because they didn't vote my way. I forgot to WIND UP my alarm clock and overslept. The changes to the law were BROUGHT ABOUT by the government because so many people were ignoring the old one. Many critics were shocked when techno CAUGHT ON in the clubs. The bus skidded and PLOWED INTO the bus stop. Make progress, often after a pause or delay. "GET AWAY! The government tried to PAPER OVER the problems in the proposal, but the press were very critical. particular = individual3. He TAGGED his ideas ONTO the end of my report. Cut the electricity to a computer or device to turn it off. She didn't want to accept my application because it was late, but I managed to GET AROUND her. Remember that phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable. I’ll KICK IN for some of the beer if you will buy the pizza. I TURNED the radio ON to get the weather forecast. Understand something, often after a long time. The animal was badly hurt, so they FINISHED it OFF to end its suffering. Occupy a building to protest about something. They LAID ON a buffet lunch at the conference. Force someone out of their job or position. Has the firm SORTED OUT its tax problems yet? They FELL OUT over the decision and hardly speak to each other any more. ask somebody out. Leave a job or position so that someone else can take over. Drink in order to swallow something solid. Repeat something many times to make someone learn it. She was going to take a Master's degree but COPPED OUT and chose the Diploma course instead. Organise or arrange something for a particular purpose, audience, etc. He stared at the front, but got tired and DROPPED BACK as the race went on. Continue with something difficult or unpleasant. Fail to keep a promise, arrangement, etc. It was horrible, so I just TOYED WITH the food. As both teams had the same points, they PLAYED OFF to decide the winner. WRAP UP carefully or you'll catch your death of cold outside in that rain. Use or exploit a plentiful resource for your benefit. Increase the size of muscles by exercise. (This verb is often used in the passive- He was struck down as he entered the building. Become very thin and weak, usually due to illness. It's on the top shelf and I can't GET AT it. The report FOCUSES ON the company's weak points. They're finding it increasingly difficult to GET BY since their daughter was born. There are a lot of stories FLYING AROUND about her past. I didn't have time to FIT IN another appointment. He LINED the bottles UP against the wall. I've THOUGHT it OVER and have made up my mind; I'm going to take the job in Leeds. Transmit knowledge to the next generation. Punish someone after they have been doing something wrong for a long time. The winter was very severe and the lake FROZE OVER. His anger SPRINGS FROM his feelings of insecurity. I JACKED my job IN because my boss refused to give me a raise. If you pare something back, you reduce the size or numbers.. 2. Learn put into meaning, put across meaning, put aside meaning, put asunder meaning, put away meaning, put back meaning, put by meaning, put down meaning, put forward meaning, put in meaning, put off meaning, put up meaning…with examples and ESL printable pictures. They are REACHING OUT FOR major economic reforms. Force a CD or record into the charts by buying lots of copies. A feeling of pride STOLE OVER me as I watched. Break something by hitting it repeatedly. Continue or go ahead with a project, process, plan, etc. He TAPPED OFF WITH someone at the party on Saturday. We had to TRADE OFF space for the location when buying the apartment. He prefers to BACK his car INTO the garage. I TOSSED OFF the essay the night before I had to hand it in. They came to LOOK the house OVER with a view to buying it. To make someone learn or believe something by constant repetition. The tickets for the Primal Scream concert at the Brixton Academy SOLD OUT in a couple of hours. The teacher TOOK her ASIDE and said that she'd failed the exam. For example:… I'm too tired to cook- let's get a CARRY-OUT. They FATTEN the cows UP before slaughtering them. To explain. Include someone or something in a group, category, etc. Act up: Behave badly or strangely. He and I GO BACK a long way- we were at school together. Have a grudge against someone, or little respect. Most students have to EKE OUT their income because they have so little money to live on. The graphics EAT UP our bandwidth- they're costing us a fortune. We were starving so we really DUG IN when the food finally did arrive. Be gradually overcome by an emotion or feeling. Perform something with actions and gestures.. Their anger is ACTED OUT in their antisocial behaviour. The programme DWELLED ON little other than the scandal. A car CUT IN and nearly caused an accident. When she'd finished working on the spreadsheet, she LOGGED OFF and left the office. They MOCKED UP an example to show us what they would look like. Expel something from your lungs or throat by coughing. Not be serious, not use something properly. Talk at length without getting to the point. I had to NERD OUT when they asked about conditionals and deontic modality. The heater seems to be emitting some strange odors from its motor—I think we should evacuate the building. Make a decision by throwing a coin and seeing which side lands face up. Be down on – Have negative feelings toward someone. He JUMPED IN and told them exactly what he thought. He knew I wasn't got to let him do it- he was just TRYING IT ON. They had to completely rebuild the museum after the old one BURNED DOWN. Put something in a place where it won't be found. Allow or give away a run while pitching (baseball). The SDP BROKE AWAY from the Labour Party. She slammed the car door shut and DROVE OFF without saying a word. The estate was TORN DOWN so that they could develop the land into luxury flats. If you GET OUT OF a routine, it can be hard to start again. I spent the afternoon GADDING AROUND looking for some books. Visit someone, often without making an arrangement. They have had to PARE BACK the services they offer as their funding was reduced. They TRADE UPON their reputation to scare rivals. Develop or progress in a reasonable or satisfactory manner. When something stops Believe something is extremely important. He was PLUCKING AT his cuffs during the interview. It took him a long time to WORK THROUGH his anger after he lost his job. GET AFTER her and give her the message before she leaves the building. Occur or happen in a way that shows that plans or ideas have not changed. When we saw what was happening, we all DIVED IN to help. She SWANNED AROUND trying to impress people. Make so much noise to stop someone being heard. The government says it will not GIVE IN TO terrorists. The minister DRONED ON for an hour and the audience looked increasingly bored. The fight KICKED OFF when he insulted the guy's girlfriend. He's been MESSING WITH some dangerous people. Become inaudible over the telephone because of interference. Things are SHAPING UP at work- everything's going well again. She BURST INTO laughter when she heard the joke. No one thought she'd manage to do it, but she BROUGHT it OFF in the end. Make someone depressed, unhappy, exhausted, etc.. → help → 動詞表 参照 … Decide something by throwing a coin and seeing which side lands face up.. Read a list aloud for someone to write down. isn’t important. He told the children to STICK WITH him in the station. Apply for something legally, like divorce or bankruptcy. The train was held up so we didn't GET BACK home until midnight. The police officer WHIPPED OUT her radio and called for back-up. Exaggerate or talk in a way to affect someone's feelings. She TALKED them AROUND to accepting her point of view. I've got my exams next week and I haven't done much work, so I'd better KNUCKLE DOWN. My computer’s ACTING UP; I think I might have a virus. They were over 200 runs behind and had to FOLLOW ON. I knew he was lying so I told him to GET OFF IT. This lesson takes a two-pronged approach to helping student learn phrasal verbs. I had to SHELL OUT a hundred pounds on the dinner. The share prices of internet companies have been SHOOTING UP lately. They RENTED their house OUT while the were abroad. Dispose, get rid of, ignore because you no longer like something or someone. She CAME OUT WITH the answer when everyone was expecting it to remain unsolved. They RUSHED the single OUT after it started getting airplay. We TOSSED their plan AROUND a bit and then rejected it. Stop supporting someone when they are in trouble. It was really boring, but we PLOUGHED ON. Retract a statement, admit that something was wrong. A lot of time and effort WENT INTO this book. I was really angry when he BLURTED OUT the secret. Criticise, when you can't take criticism in return. He SOUNDED OFF about the quality of the food. He GOT INTO drugs when he was at university. I FOBBED the fake note ONTO a shopkeeper. She's SAT ON the finance committee from the beginning. The coursework COUNTS TOWARDS the final grade. I had to PONY fifty dollars UP for the meal. He is TIED IN somehow with the crime syndicate. Add a keyword link or bookmark to a blog entry or webpage. The college wants to DRAW DOWN extra funding for IT provision. He BALLED UP his napkin when he had finished eating. The opposition party are CASHING IN ON the government's unpopularity. Suffer physically because of grief, stress, worry, etc. He rushed out of the building and ZOOMED OFF in his car. Stop working, associating or being friends with someone, especially when they need support. They MADE OFF when they heard the police siren. We have LINED UP a lot of meetings for them. They are always arguing, but they MAKE UP again very quickly. The police PULLED the car OVER and tested the driver for alcohol. Find something that is supposed to be secret. We used to be good friends at school but have since GROWN APART. Speak on behalf of someone or from knowing them. She spotted him on the other side of the room and BORE DOWN ON him. Make someone wake up from unconsciousness or an anaesthetic. They had to REIN the minister IN after her dreadful performance on TV. Move things around or search in a casual way to try to find something. The lecture was rather boring and I didn't TAKE IN much of what the lecturer said. Experience COUNTS FOR a lot in decision making. Spend time doing very little or being unproductive. He SHAVED a few thousand OFF the budget for the year. Approach a place or someone quietly or secretly. I DIPPED the brush IN the paint and began painting the wall. I don’t think she takes after her mother. I had to CONJURE UP a full weekend's entertainment for the visitors with no notice at all. Derive pleasure or benefit from something. Could you HANG ON for a moment till she's free. desk = work table8. Follow a belief system to guide your behaviour. They ACTED OUT the story on stage. I can't SIT BY while they are punished wrongly. The company wants to FARM OUT their maintenance. Stop doing something because it's too hard or requires too much energy. The judge LET him OFF with a fine rather than a prison sentence since it was his first offence. Convince something that something is real. Reporters were BUZZING AROUND the scene of the accident. I'm going to be late tonight as something has just CROPPED UP at work. When the enemy attacked, they HELD OUT for six weeks. Start a machine, originally with a handle. The rebels STRUNG the soldiers UP after they captured them. It'll be quicker if we CUT ACROSS the park. The police officer FLAGGED the car DOWN because it didn't have its headlights on. They were HANGING BACK FROM making the final decision. They just SAT AROUND while the others did all the work. Leave the house to visit place and socialise. At first he was independent, but then he FELL UNDER their influence. Connect machines to the electricity supply. They MELTED the gold statue DOWN and turned it into gold bars. She's SHUT herself AWAY to revise for her exams. The other candidate NOSED him OUT by a few votes. Read the wordings of a hymn or psalm aloud for congregational singing. rake over the n. v. Force an animal or someone to leave a place. Continue moving limbs after hitting a ball. To provide what is needed, often seen negatively. He said he didn't like them coming and wanted them to STAY AWAY. verb-intransitive. In English traditional grammar, a phrasal verb is the combination of two or three words from different grammatical categories — a verb and a particle, such as an adverb or a preposition — to form a single semantic unit on a lexical or syntactic level. Add more alcohol to a glass before it is empty. Could you CLEAR these points UP before we go any further? She got mediocre grades and just SCRAPED INTO university. Remove from water, such as the sea, rivers, etc. We've RUN OUT OF sugar; I'm going to the shops for some. The company SET OFF its overseas debts against it profits at home. He's SIGNED ON WITH Manchester United for the next three years. Dispose of something you no longer need or want. There's a nasty rumour GOING ROUND about them. She SAT IN ON the meeting and took notes but said nothing. I'll STOP BACK this afternoon when you're free. She BROKE OFF their engagement when she found out that he'd been unfaithful. Burden with responsibilities, duties, etc. Promotions are KEYED TO people's abilities. Act in a dangerous or reckless way, especially when driving fast. She PORED OVER the report looking for mistakes. I'm not going out in that. Visit a place without stopping or only stopping briefly. Catch a fish on a line and pull the line to land. Inhale smoke from a cigarette, cigar, etc. The silver candlestick looked lovely after I BUFFED it UP. Sometimes, a verb is combined with an adverb AND preposition for a whole new meaning. Provoke someone by being annoying or behaving badly. He spent the afternoon SCREWING AROUD and got nothing done. The drunk KEELED OVER when trying to leave the pub. Sell something cheaply because you need the money or don't need it. She found the course very tough but she STUCK AT it and did well in the end. You WALKED INTO that one [You became victim to a trap I set]orI WALKED INTO a door and broke my nose. You mustn't POWER it OFF while it is updating. Register on arriving at a hotel or at the airport. Phrasal verb is a Phrase that made up of verb along with one or two words. A lot of soldiers were CUT DOWN by enemy fire as they stormed the airport. The crowd just LOOKED ON as the old lady was mugged. They are TEARING UP the old part of town to build a new shopping centre. Settle up and pay before leaving a hotel. I STOPPED UP last night watching the film. Spend a lot of money on something that is not essential. We FINISHED OFF the coffee and had to get some more. I did my best but CAME IN last but one in the race. Could you RUN OVER that point again; I'm afraid I didn't quite understand it. This £50 will have to TIDE me OVER until I get paid. As we got nearer the date of the meeting, their idea GREW UPON me. Difficulties . 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