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2000 bilingual phrases – 39
1. The sink plug is missing.
2. She plunged into the pool.
3. We are going to take the plunge.
4. He plunged his hands into the water.
5. He plunged his hand into his pocket.
6. The whole town was plunged into darkness.
7. The submarine plunged quickly.
8. They still found a pocket of resistance.
9. I like to have some money in my pocket.
10. The meal left him out of pocket.
11. He pocketed £100 of the company's money.
12. I use my pocket calculator in the supermarket.
13. That is beside the point.
14. Don't wander off the point.
15. Very well, and now let's get to the point.
16. He has completely missed the point.
17. What's the point of having a horse?
18. Don't point your finger at anybody.
19. The hands pointed to eight o'clock.
20. He made a point of being punctual.
21. She gave me a poke in the ribs.
22. Don't buy a pig in a poke.
23. Don't poke your finger into the hole.
24. He poked his finger in my eye.
25. Don't poke your nose into other people's affairs.
26. He poked his head round the door.
27. He was as stiff as a poker.
28. He lived in a poky little room.
29. He lacks polish.
30. He polished off a chicken in the twinkling of an eye.
31. She is a woman in poor health.
32. She has a poor opinion of you.
33. Old Tom is as poor as a church mouse.
34. I am £100 the poorer.
35. Put yourself in my position.
36. Send it by return of post.
37. He is as deaf as a post.
38. We were left at the post.
39. Pour me a glass of wine.
40. It has been pouring down for a week.