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Mount
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To meet one's day-to-day needs
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Be compatible
“I get on pretty well with all the sprinters, despite the fact that we go head to head with each other on a day-to-day basis.”
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Put clothing on
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Get your skates on
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To become mature
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Continue doing something, especially after an interruption
“The Scot hardly spent any time planning or visualising the climb ahead, preferring just to get on with it.”
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Embark on vehicle
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Be naturally friendly or well suited
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To cope with, to be successful in
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To move forward
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Make strides
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To begin or continue, especially after an interruption
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Achieve a great deal
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Walk in a military manner with a regular measured tread
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To have or put a leg on either side of
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(with reference to a person's nerves) To set or be set on edge
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To take action or do something
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To admonish or reproach angrily
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