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cover for (someone)
to make excuses for someone, to cover someone's errors
I covered for my friend when she was late for work.
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  • cover one`s tracks
  • cover up (something) or cover (something) up
  • cozy up to (someone)
  • crack a book
  • crack a joke
  • crack a smile
  • crack down on (someone or something)
  • crack of dawn
  • crack open a book
  • crack the whip
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  • so far, so good
  • putty in (someone's) hands
  • take a turn for the worse
  • place the blame on (someone or something)
  • hit (someone) right between the eyes
  • take (something) out on (someone or something)
  • well up in years
  • knee-high to a grasshopper
  • lay up (a vessel) or lay (a vessel) up
  • make friends

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    I should take my allergy medication as soon as I notice the symptoms

    You start to experience allergy symptoms to take your allergy medication actually not as beneficial as one might think.Having the medication already floating around in your system will help minimize your symptoms and ultimately prevent an allergic reaction. Because it is hard to predict the onset of symptoms, you may want to take your medication whenever you know that you will be coming into contact with your known allergy triggers. Think of your medication as a vaccine. Your doctor administers vaccines to prevent you from contracting certain illnesses. Treat your medication as a prevention tool rather than a first aid resource.


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