come about: when ship comes about, it changes direction
come up: begin at universty
run over: if a container runs over, there is so much liquid inside that some flows out.
stick to: stick to the rules => to do sth exactly according to the rules.
stick to your guns => to refuse to change your mind about sth even though other people are trying to persuade you that you are wrong.
That's my story and I'm sticking to it. => used to say that you are not going to change any part of what you have already said.
come to: come to yourself. => to gain control of your emotions again.
bring up: bring somebody up on a change of theft/treason etc. => to charge someone with a particular crime.
do away with: to kill someone
look out for: look out for yourself/for number one => to think only about what will bring you an advantage, and not think about other people.
i need example clauses with this means. But i couldn't. Can you help me?
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