U2 on tour in the USA

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the sound of people clapping their hands repeatedly to show enjoyment or approval of something such as a performance or speech:
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His speech met with loud applause
a group of cars or other vehicles traveling together, usually one behind the other:
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a presidential motorcade
to make a loud sound, usually to express pain, sadness, or another strong emotion:
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We were howling with laughter.
to make a large jump or sudden movement, usually from one place to another:
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He remembered the old adage 'look before you leap'.
to hurry somewhere or through a place in a rude and forceful way:
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They barged through the crowds
to make a movement with your hand that tells someone to move in a particular direction:
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wave on
wave away
You'll have to wait till the policeman waves the car on.
a heavy sword with a wide, usually curved blade, used in the past by soldiers on horses
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a long passage under or through the ground, especially one made by people:
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The train went into the tunnel.
something that is very important and must be dealt with before other things:
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decide which are the most important jobs or problems and deal with them first
You have to learn to get your priorities right/straight
to spread a liquid or a thick substance over a surface:
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The children had smeared peanut butter all over the sofa.
a feeling of extreme excitement, usually caused by something pleasant:
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It gave me a real thrill to see her again after so many years.
very silly or stupid:
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a preposterous suggestion
to cause someone to feel nervous, worried, or uncomfortable:
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My mum always embarrasses me by arriving in some ridiculous outfit.

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