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  • Welcome to English in a minute.

  • This is a weasel.

  • These wild animals are small and tricky.

  • Wow, Ana.

  • Looks like you could use some help.

  • Let me carry that.

  • Thanks, Jonathan.

  • I can always count on you, Jessica.

  • Not so much.

  • She weaseled out of helping you again, didn't she?

  • Yes, she did.

  • She is a weasel.

  • To weasel out of something means to successfully avoid doing something in a dishonest or clever way.

  • This phrase all verb has a mostly negative meaning.

  • You can also call someone a weasel like on a did.

  • Some animals just have a bad reputation.

  • And that's English in a minute.

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English in a Minute: Weasel Out

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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