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pose for

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Pose for someone or something: to strike and hold a particular pose so that one may be photographed or painted by someone. I've been trying to find a new model to pose for me. I hate posing for pictures.

obtain for

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Obtain something for someone or something: to manage in gathering or gaining possetion of something on behalf of someone for use with something. Did you obtain the documents for me that I requested? We'll need to obtain a search warrant fo…

reserve for

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Earmark something for someone or something: to reserve something for someone or something. He earmarked the best of the steaks for his special guests. Prepare someone or something for something: to get someone or something ready for someth…

fill in for

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Exchange something for something: to return or trade an item for something else. These shoes are way to big. I need to exchange them for a smaller size. Fill in for someone or something: displace, replace; to substitute for someone or some…

prescribe for

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Prescribe something for someone: to write a prescription of medication for someone. He prescribed a mild pain sedative for a patient to help him sleep.

celebrate for

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Celebrate someone for something: to honor and acclaim one for a remarkable action or achievement. We still celebrate him today for his discovery of the drug.

blame for

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Blame someone for something: to hold someone responsible for something; to name someone as the cause of something. Please don't blame her for it. She blamed herslef for everything that went wrong. Condemn someone for something: to judge so…

pay for

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Compensate for something: reduce or counteract (something unwelcome or unpleasant) by exerting an opposite force or effect. The manager is hoping for victory to compensate for the team's dismal league campaign. Compensate someone for somet…

credit for

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Cater for: provide people with food and drink at a social event or other gathering. My mother helped to cater for the party. Commend someone for something: to compliment or praise someone for something that they have done. They commend him…

look for

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Aim for: point or direct (a weapon or camera) at a target. Aim for the middle of the target. Advertise for: publicize information about (a vacancy). He advertised for dancers in a trade papers. Call for someone or something: to need, requi…

ask for

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Ask someone for something: say to (someone) that one wants them to do or give something. She asked her father for money. Apologize for something on something: express regret for something that one has done wrong. I apologize for the mistak…

apply for

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Apply for: put oneself forward formally as a candidate for a job. She had applied for a number of positions. File for something: to submit the paperwork for something. Is it true that she filed for divorce? Prepare for: make (someone) read…