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We usually go for the job applicant with the most experience. go for  see also: return to, head Our team is in the final and we’re going for our first championship trophy in twenty years. Our company is going for the biggest contract it’s ever tried to get. go for (informal) ✍ The prime minister said that women should be paid as much as men. His comments went down very well with women, of course. The new designs went down badly with their customers and sales fell. go for (informal) go back go back to sth The cost of airline tickets is going down because of the competition from budget airlines.

We want friendly staff who know how to get along with each other. get about get about on sth  see also: get around He ran fast to get ahead of his competitors, and now he’s leading the race. Good market research helped their company get ahead of the others. get along ✍ His new business is doing very well and, after years of struggling to make a good income, he’s starting to get ahead financially. The best way to get ahead in this company is to do excellent work. get ahead of  Even though he’s studied English for many years, he still has trouble getting his ideas across in a conversation.

Dip into ✍ Many languages are dying out because fewer and fewer people are learning them and speaking them. Many animal species have died out recently and disappeared forever. dig up (be) dying for sth I’m dying for a cup of coffee. Would you mind ordering one for me? I haven’t had a massage all week and I’m dying for one. html 36 1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context D d do up We’ve decided to do up our apartment. We’ll paint it, redecorate it and buy some new furniture. We buy old houses, do them up, and then sell them for a profit.

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