To stab (sb) in the back. figurative
After all I've done to help him, he's stabbed me in the back.
Pull (sth) out.
My friends and I get along very well.
Work out. vi
We're going to the gym to work out this afternoon.
He was really sharp - always making funny comments.
Stir all of the ingredients together with a spoon.
Wood burning stove.
Skates. With wheels (for rollerskating) or with blade (for ice skating)
Marker o Felt-tip pen
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