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“Hooked” means addicted; to like something so much that you need it every day.  Example: I really like Holly, my new girlfriend. After just two dates, I’m hooked!  Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Hooked” means addicted; to like something so much that you need it every day. Example: I really like Holly, my new girlfriend. After just two dates, I’m hooked! Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Yadda yadda yadda” means “and so forth”, “on and on”; something boring and repetitive. Example: Jenna told me every single detail about her trip - how big her room was, where she sat on the plane, yadda yadda yadda.

“Yadda yadda yadda” means “and so forth”, “on and on”; something boring and repetitive. Example: Jenna told me every single detail about her trip - how big her room was, where she sat on the plane, yadda yadda yadda.

"Blast" means an exclamation expressing annoyance or anger.  When it started to…

"Blast" means an exclamation expressing annoyance or anger. When it started to…

Phrasal Verbs to do with Relations

Phrasal Verbs to do with Relations

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Kitchen verbs

Kitchen verbs

10 Idioms About Friendship and Relationships [Infographic] | MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

10 Idioms About Friendship and Relationships [Infographic] | MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Infographic: relationships

Infographic: relationships

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