idioms

set eyes on (someone or something)
to see someone or something for the first time
I do not know if my friend is here or not. I have not set eyes on her since yesterday.
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  • set fire to (something)
  • set foot (somewhere)
  • set forth (something)
  • set forth (somewhere)
  • set great store on (someone or something)
  • set in
  • set in one's ways
  • set one's sights on (something)
  • set one`s heart on (something)
  • set one`s mind at rest
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  • pull the wool over (someone`s) eyes
  • count one`s chickens before they`re hatched
  • get the nod
  • have a scrape with (someone or something)
  • bargain on (something)
  • not with it
  • by leaps and bounds
  • flirt with the idea of (doing something)
  • susceptable to (something)
  • lay off (workers/staff) or lay (workers/staff) off


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  • Whose music was on the soundtrack of When Harry met Sally ? . Answer ..
  • Using hisself or theirselvvs instead of himself or themselves

    Don't Say:
    They fell down and hurt theirselves.

    Say:
    They fell down and hurt themselves.

    Note:
    The reflective pronouns, third person, are himself arid themselves and not himself and theirseives.
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