Bill Tam
Mind Map by Bill Tam, updated more than 1 year ago
Bill Tam
Created by Bill Tam over 3 years ago



Resource summary

1 Back
1.1 to stop someone or something from going forward, or from progressing in some way
2 off
2.1 to delay doing something until a later time
3 on
3.1 to wait for a short time
3.2 to hold something so you don't fall over
4 up
4.1 to cause a delay
4.2 to support something and stop it from falling down
4.3 to rob someone while threatening them with a gun or a similar weapon
5 out
5.1 if something holds out, it continues to be enough and it doesn't run out.
5.2 you hold it where other people can reach it.
6 against
6.1 to dislike somebody, or be angry with them, because you blame them for something bad that happened in the past
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