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ɪɡˈzæm

Other examples: animal, and

Gang

ɡæŋ

æŋ=eI

Thanks

ɡæŋ

Bank

bæŋk

Ei

Father

ˈfɑːðə

Mother

ˈmʌðə

Adapt

əˈdæpt

Attack

əˈtæk

To take shape or become clear; crystallize

Jell

: A plan of action finally jelled in my mind.


I had not really jelled the idea

Animal

ˈænɪməl

Anger

ˈæŋɡə

Ei


Like in danger

Language

ˈlæŋɡwɪdʒ

Ei

To act or perform in an exaggerated, often intentionally broadly humorous or ridiculous style.

Ham it up

He reaaly hammed it up for the camera

A secret becomes known

The cat’s out of the bag

The party is not a surprise anymore, the cat’s out of the bag

To hear (speech or someone speaking) without the speaker's awareness or intent.

Overhear

She overheard me talking about it

( of a play, movie, an event) to fail disastrously; be a flop

Bomb

: the new play bombed

Capitulate or submit under pressure

Cave in

He caved because his position had become untenable



The school committee caved in to the demands of parents.