WORDS AND USAGE

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•Show the cloven hoof (idiom) -

To reveal a devilish character or an evil purpose, despite attempts to disguise it (the devil is typically depicted with cloven hooves). (原形毕露,现出本性)

Examples:  

1.I thought I could trust him until he showed the cloven hoof by spreading rumors about me.  

2.In a short time, the impostor began to show the cloven hoof.

•Tear sb/sth to shreds (idiom) -

To damage someone or something badly.(严重伤害/损坏)

Examples:  

1.The press tore the Government's economic plans to shreds.  

2.My trousers were torn to shreds when I fell off my bike.

•See through sb/sth (phrasal verb) -

If you see through someone or their behaviour, you realise what their intentions really are, even though they are trying to hide them.(看穿,识破)

Examples:  

1.I saw through your little ruse from the start.  

2.They were very friendly, but it didn't take long to see through them.

•Behold (verb) -

To see or look at someone or something.(观看,注视)

Examples:  

1.The new bridge is an incredible sight to behold.  

2.It was a pleasure to behold the beauty of the sunset.

•Hold aloft (idiom) -

To keep someone or something raised, supported, or suspended in the air or a higher place.(高举)

Examples:  

1.They hold aloft crosses and flags.  

2.The dancer held his partner aloft as he spun around the dance floor.

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