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-  Take it to her!
-  Take it to him!
-  Take it to it!
-  Take it to me!
-  That's enough!
-  That's enough talk!
-  The ends justify the means
-  To a good spender God is the treasurer
-  To abandon someone to her sad fate
-  To abandon someone to his sad fate
-  To achieve one's ends
-  To acknowledge receipt of something
-  To adjust one's aim
-  To allocate funds to...
-  To analyze something
-  To appoint someone to...
-  To approach
-  To argue about...
-  To arrive first
-  To arrive in England
-  To arrive ten minutes early
-  To aspire to...
-  To assure someone that...
-  To attach a little importance to something
-  To attach a lot of importance to something
-  To attach great value to something
-  To be 20 metres high
-  To be a quick learner
-  To be coming into the home straight
-  To be crazy about someone
-  To be expecting a baby
-  To be feeling better
-  To be fine
-  To be fonder of someone than...
-  To be fonder of something than...
-  To be getting on for...
-  To be getting on for fifty
-  To be getting on for forty
-  To be getting on for sixty
-  To be getting on for thirty
-  To be getting on for twenty
-  To be getting there
-  To be going on...
-  To be going on fifty
-  To be going on forty
-  To be going on sixty
-  To be going on thirty
-  To be going on twenty
-  To be going to live it up
-  To be in a bad way
-  To be in a hurry for something
-  To be looking forward to the weekend
-  To be madly in love with someone
-  To be making things worse for oneself
-  To be there when one's wife has the baby
-  To be very fine
-  To be very well
-  To be waiting for...
-  To be waiting for someone
-  To be waiting for someone outside the building
-  To be waiting for someone to come
-  To be well
-  To become a homeowner
-  To bide one's time
-  To brave the bad weather
-  To buy a roll-on deodorant
-  To buy a shirt with matching tie
-  To buy something
-  To buy something for someone
-  To buy something from someone
-  To buy something under the counter
-  To call a spade a spade
-  To call for help
-  To call out someone's name
-  To call someone
-  To call someone's attention to a problem
-  To call someone's attention to something
-  To call to someone for help
-  To calm people down
-  To carry out improvements to something
-  To catch a cold
-  To catch cold
-  To catch one's death of cold
-  To catch something in midair
-  To clash
-  To come and go
-  To come in first
-  To come in last
-  To come to an arrangement
-  To come to power
-  To compare someone to...
-  To compare something to...
-  To consider all aspects of a problem
-  To convert a room into a...
-  To convert a room into a bedroom
-  To convert a room into a study
-  To convert a room into an...
-  To cut the number of subjects on the school syllabus
-  To cycle to work
-  To deal someone a blow
-  To desert one's post
-  To desire...
-  To do things thoroughly
-  To drag someone out of...
-  To draw level with someone
-  To draw someone into a corner
-  To draw someone's attention to a problem
-  To draw someone's attention to something
-  To dread doing something
-  To dread something
-  To drive somewhere
-  To embellish something with...
-  To enjoy chatting with one's neighbours
-  To enliven a story with anecdotes
-  To expect better of a pupil
-  To expect better of someone
-  To expect something from somebody
-  To expect something from something
-  To expect things to fall into one's lap
-  To face death
-  To fit like a glove
-  To fit someone
-  To fly somewhere
-  To get someone to do something
-  To get someone used to doing something
-  To get someone used to something
-  To get sunburnt
-  To get things moving
-  To get to know someone
-  To get worse and worse
-  To give sick leave to someone
-  To give up the fight
-  To go and visit someone in hospital
-  To go dancing
-  To go for something
-  To go hand in hand with...
-  To go hunting
-  To go mushroom-picking
-  To go off to work
-  To go on a winter sports holiday
-  To go skiing
-  To go to...
-  To go to a show
-  To go to England
-  To go to get someone
-  To go to London
-  To go to school
-  To go to spend a penny
-  To go to the Azores
-  To go to the cinema
-  To go to the doctor
-  To go to the market
-  To go to the movies
-  To go to the office
-  To go to the school
-  To go to the school of hard knocks
-  To go to the theatre
-  To go well together
-  To go well with...
-  To grip the road
-  To happen constantly
-  To have a sweet tooth
-  To have got a sore throat
-  To heap reproaches on someone
-  To hear about something through the grapevine
-  To help someone
-  To help someone to do something
-  To keep increasing
-  To land in a village in the middle of nowhere
-  To land somewhere
-  To land up in a village in the middle of nowhere
-  To lead someone to do something
-  To learn parrot fashion
-  To learn to do things automatically
-  To learn to read
-  To learn to swim
-  To leave someone to her fate
-  To leave someone to his fate
-  To level a reproach at someone
-  To liaise between...
-  To like a bit of fun
-  To like doing something
-  To like putting on airs
-  To like someone
-  To like throwing one's weight around
-  To like to do something
-  To like to go for a walk
-  To love someone to distraction
-  To lure someone into a trap
-  To maintain that...
-  To make a nice couple
-  To make a verb agree
-  To make an adjective agree
-  To make good progress
-  To make no secret of one's political views
-  To make one's contribution to something
-  To make someone cry
-  To make someone cry out
-  To manage to...
-  To move something near to...
-  To my daughter!
-  To my great relief
-  To nod in agreement
-  To occur constantly
-  To overburden someone with work
-  To overexert oneself
-  To pace up and down
-  To pay a compliment to someone
-  To pour gasoline over something
-  To pour petrol over something
-  To pretend to do something
-  To produce a more flexible timetable
-  To prove someone's innocence
-  To put an end to someone's suffering
-  To put foot down
-  To put someone into the same category as...
-  To put someone under house arrest
-  To put something into the same category as...
-  To put the pedal to the metal
-  To put up with anything from someone
-  To reach...
-  To reach one's goal
-  To reach the age of reason
-  To reduce class sizes
-  To round down to the nearest cent
-  To round down to the nearest euro
-  To round down to the nearest penny
-  To round up to the nearest cent
-  To round up to the nearest euro
-  To round up to the nearest penny
-  To run up
-  To scratch someone's eyes out
-  To set someone a goal
-  To show up in the nick of time
-  To sit a child on one's knee
-  To sit someone down
-  To sit someone on one's knee
-  To sit someone up
-  To smile at someone
-  To smooth things over
-  To snatch from someone
-  To snatch someone from...
-  To snatch someone from death
-  To spare someone a few minutes
-  To speak to someone
-  To stagger under the blow
-  To step on it
-  To step on the gas
-  To stop smoking
-  To straighten one's skirt
-  To straighten one's tie
-  To suit someone
-  To summons someone
-  To supplement one's income
-  To supply a town with electricity
-  To supply a town with gas
-  To supply a town with water
-  To support oneself
-  To take advantage of a woman
-  To take cash
-  To take someone to court
-  To take too many medicines
-  To take up all someone's time and energy
-  To teach someone something
-  To teach someone to do something
-  To teach something to someone
-  To tear someone away from...
-  To tell someone a news
-  To tell someone something
-  To tell someone that...
-  To tell the whole neighbourhood
-  To testify that...
-  To think someone is right to
-  To tie a label onto a case
-  To tie a label onto something
-  To tie something onto...
-  To tie something onto something
-  To turn the lights on
-  To turn the lights on in a room
-  To use up the leftovers
-  To wait for two hours
-  To wait until the aircraft has come to a complete stop
-  To wait until the bus has come to a complete stop
-  To wait until the train has come to a complete stop
-  To wait until things blow over
-  To your 20th birthday!
-  Two days before Christmas...



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