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mean for (someone) to (do something)
to intend for someone to do something
I mean for my friend to get the free ticket and not someone else.
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  • meat and potatoes
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  • meet one's end/death
  • meet one's match
  • meet one's Waterloo
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  • on consignment
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    Take economics and statistics in college

    Some questions on the GMAT will test your knowledge of statistics, which isn t required in some high schools. It s best to take an intro statistics class early in college so that the content is fresh in your mind before taking the GMAT, testing experts say. Also, the GMAT doesn t directly test economics content, but a working familiarity of the subject s basic principles will help you better understand and interpret the business focused content of the test. [Taking an] economics [class] is good because it gives you real life scenarios that you might see in a reading passage, says Wise. Economics helps you take a business perspective when reading a problem, so it helps for [the] verbal [section].


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