all-nighter Ditching sleep to spend several more hours cramming for tests,
only to notice that you've drooled on your desk in front of the class the next day.
実践ビジネス英語 (November 23, 2016)
Getting Things Done Early (4)
use If you use a supply of something, you finish it so that none of it is left.
You used all the ice cubes and didn't put the ice trays back.
Use up means the same as use.
It isn't animals who use up the world's resources.
stress sb <-> out to make someone so worried or nervous that they cannot relax:
Studying for finals always stress me out.
show up If someone or something shows you up, they make you feel embarrassed
or ashamed of them.
He wanted to teach her a lesson for showing him up in front of Lenov.
guilt-trip to make someone feel guilty, usually in order to make them do something:
He's just trying to guilt-trip you into paying him more.
hurry If you are in a hurry to do something, you need or want to do it quickly.
If you do something in a hurry, you do it quickly or suddenly.
Kate was in a hurry to grow up, eager for knowledge and experience.
virtuous A virtuous person behaves in a moral and correct way.
Louis was shown as an intelligent, courageous and virtuous family man.
upside the positive part of a situation that is generally bad [opp] downside:
+of The upside of working at home is that I can control my schedule.
downside the negative part or disadvantage of something [opp] upside:
It's a really good deal, but the downside is there's a waiting list.
+of/to The downside of the album is its excessive length.
be all ears to be very interested listening to someone:
Go ahead - I'm all ears.
glitch A glitch is a problem that stops something from working properly or
Manufacturing glitches have limited the factory's output.
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