2016年2月2日 星期二

unbeatable, get the fright of (one's) life, enough is enough, say loudly and clearly,

Hillary Clinton was given the fright of her life as veteran socialist senator Bernie Sanders pushed her to the limit in the Iowa caucus while maverick Texas Senator Ted Cruz used his formidable ground game to beat the bombastic property tycoon Donald J. Trump into second place in the Republican race.

“When young people and working people and seniors begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly enough is enough ... that the government of our great country belongs to all of us and not just billionaires, when that happens, we will transform this country.”
Bernie Sanders: "What Iowa has begun is a political revolution."


The strength of the Vermont senator’s ‘radical’ message propelled…
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get the fright of (one's) life

To experience an extreme and sudden sensation of shock, surprise, or fear. got the fright of my life when I noticedsomeone standing right behind me. Mary got the fright of her life as the car ahead of her swerved across traffic.

unbeatable
adj.
Impossible to defeat or surpass: an unbeatable team; an unbeatable sales record.
unbeatably un·beat'a·bly adv.

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