Give me five

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 14 January, 2004, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 14 January, 2004, 12:00am

Give me five

to mumble


to speak quietly so that the other person finds it hard to understand you

Example: Candidates should not mumble in front of the examiner during the English oral test.



the bottom part of a hat that sticks out

Example: Madonna wore a big black wide-brimmed hat hoping that nobody would recognise her.



the area in which you live

Example: I live in a quiet neighbourhood a few kilometres away from the town.



a rough drawing of something

Example: I am going to do a sketch of the harbour first and then go back home and complete the painting tonight.

to take off


to suddenly become very successful and popular

Example: The new musical suddenly took off and everyone wanted to buy tickets after it won several awards at a film festival.