taken back
To take something back is to take it to a place where you are staying.
Example: Can I take back this rock?
at the moment
now; at this time
Example: At the moment I'm reading this example.
found
Here found is the past participle of the irregular verb find. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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shocking condition
wombat suffering from mange
wombat suffering from mange
southern hairy-nosed
The southern hairy nosed wombat is one of the three species of wombat living in Australia.
southern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons)
southern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons)
known
Known is the past participle of the irregular verb know. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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began
Began is the past tense of the irregular verb begin. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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learnt
Here learnt is the past participle of the irregular verb learn. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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a hell of a lot
A hell of a lot is a great deal or a very large amount.
Example: There are a hell of a lot of expressions in the Common Expressions library.
became
Became is the past tense of the irregular verb become. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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wipes out
eradicates; gets rid of completely
Example: It's impossible to wipe out all the rabbits in Australia.
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thought
Here thought is the past participle of the irregular verb think. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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caught
Here caught is the past participle of the irregular verb catch. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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taken
Taken is the past participle of the irregular verb take. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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in good nick
Something that is in good nick is in good condition.
Example: After three years my bike is still in good nick.
breaks your heart
Something that breaks your heart is something that you find very upsetting.
at the wheel
Someone who is at the wheel is driving the car.