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English Idioms

Step Up

Step Up - to take responsibility; to improve

  • The teacher needs to step up, and teach us English.
  • You need to step up and improve your grades in school.
  • My daughter needs to step up and find a job.
  • I want my boss to step up, and give me my salary.
  • Do you think your brother is going to step up pay his bills?
  • We both need to step up and find a new place to live.
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    Smell A Rat

    Sick And Tired

    Sleep Like A Rock

    Sleep Like A Log

    Sweet

    Shoot The Breeze

    Short Fuse

    Step Up

    Sit Tight

    Scream Bloody Murder

    Screwed

    See Eye To Eye

    See You Around

    See You Later

    Shake A Leg

    Short On Cash

    Sick As A Dog

    Sink Or Swim

    Slap On The Wrist

    Slipped My Mind

    Smart Cookie

    Smoke Like A Chimney

    So Far, So Good

    Speak Your Mind

    Spill The Beans

    Spitting Image

    Spread Like Wildfire

    Stick To The Program

    Stubborn As A Mule

    Stuck Up

    Stick With

    Sweet Tooth

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