This phrasal verb means ‘to have an effect regardless of (divisions or boundaries between groups)’.
This idiom means ‘the very best of a particular group of people or things‘.
This phrasal verb means ‘to recover well after a setback or problem’.
This idiom means ‘to exchange ideas, opinions, or information about a particular subject’.
Here is a formal phrasal verb, meaning ‘to come to be realised by‘.
Here is an informal idiom, meaning ‘to fully consider or assimilate a new idea or situation‘.
Today’s phrasal verb is used when you want to know where somebody or something are and what happened to them.
Today’s idiom means ‘new members/employees, especially young ones, with new ideas and energy‘.
Today’s phrasal verb means ‘(of a rule/situtation) to make sth possible’.
Today’s idiom means ‘to try very hard to do something’.