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mention in

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Confide in someone: to share one's secrets with someone, usually a trusted person unlikely to divulge them. Of course you can confide in me. I'm your best friend. This issue is just so embarrassing that I can't possibly confide in anyone a…

originate in

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Bring something in: introduce a new law or product Congress brought in reforms to prevent abuse of presidential power. Consist in: have as an essential feature His poetry consisted in the use of emotive language. Lie in: originate (in) Ori…

result in

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Culminate in: reach a climax or point of highest development Weeks of violence culminated in the brutal murder of a magistrate. End in: have as its final part or results The match ended in a draw. Result in: have (a specified outcome) Talk…

live in

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Dwell, Live, and Reside all mean "inhabit" in somewhere. In addition to those, Dwell in: to remain for a time He dwelled in the hallway. Persist in: do something repeatedly and showing no intention to stop The landlord persists in asking u…

abound in

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Abound in: have in large numbers or amounts This area abounds with caravan sites.

surpass in

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Excel in: to be distinguishable by superiority; surpass others He excels in sports. Rival someone in something: to have a quality or status that is emparable to that of someone else I would say that she rivals him in the ability to find th…

come in

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Come in: join or become involved in an enterprise That's where he comes in. I agreed to come in on the project. Deposit money in somewhere: pay (a sum of money) into a bank The money had been deposited in a Singapore bank account. Dip some…

turn in

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Turn something in: give something to someone in authority I've turned in my resignation. Hand something in: give something to a person in authority for their attention We handed in a letter of protest.

participate in

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Cut in: interrupt someone while they are speakig "It's urgent," he cut in. Engage in: participate or become involved in Some are actively engaged in crime. Get involved in: become occupied or engrossed in something Her husband got involved…