set up
prepared; arranged
Example: We have set up a meeting to talk about the problem.
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start off
begin
Example: I'll start off by saying that I'm pleased everyone has turned up to this meeting.
principal
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getting up
growing; increasing
Example: He's getting up to a decent size.
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topped off
completed; added to
Example: The cake was topped off with a cherry.
working up
reaching a higher level
Example: You have to work up to the more difficult exercises.
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get through
succeed in finishing
Example: I still have to get through 60 pages of the book.
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went out
moved to a place outside
Example: We went out to visit the park.
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gone out
disappeared from
Example: The passion has gone out of their marriage.
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got
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