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E.g. Things will work out well if you will just be patient.
(2) vt. find by reasoning or figuring
E.g. He eventually work out a solution.
5. go through: experience
E.g. These countries have gone through too many wars.
6. meet with: encounter sth.; experience sth.
E.g. She met with heavy traffic on her way back.
They'd never met with such poor service before.
7. all along: all the time; from the beginning
E.g. I realized I had had it in my pocket all along.
She was kind to me all along.
8. for a time: for a short period
E.g. You'll have your own office soon but for a time you'll have to share one.
For a time, we all thought that Sherry and Frank would get married.
C.f:  at a time        每次                       ahead of time       提前
at all times 随时;总是                behind the times 过时
     at one time  从不;决不        at times        有时;间或
     for the time being  眼下;暂时   take one’s time 不着急;不慌忙
9. subsequent: later, following
E.g. The first and all subsequent visits were kept secret.
He died during the subsequent year.
  subsequently: adv. Afterwards
  E.g. He escaped from prison but subsequently recaptured.
10. harbor (BrE. harbour) v. (1). keep (sth.) secretly in one's mind
E.g. Tiffany's been harboring hatred against our boss ever since her transfer was refused.
    I'm certainly not harboring a secret desire for the man, if that's what you are thinking.
(2). give shelter to (a criminal, etc.); protect
E.g. The trees harbor monkeys.
There will be a serious punishment for anyone who harbors criminals.
n. [C, U] place of shelter for ships
E.g. All the ships stayed in the harbor during the storm.
Some of the best natural harbors in the world are there.
11. prejudice n. unreasonable dislike or like of one group or thing over another
E.g. A judge must be free from prejudices.
v. hold prejudice (against); make weak, harm
E.g. She is prejudiced against African Americans.
Your bad spelling may prejudice your chances of getting the job.
12. on the surface: when not observed, thought about, etc. deeply
E.g. The plan seems on the surface to be quite practical.
    On the surface, this seems like a difficult problem, but in fact there's an easy solution to it.

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