038 – Expression: Up in Arms

When was the last time you were really angry? Were you up in arms? In this episode of The Can Learn English Podcast you’ll learn the expression “up in arms”.

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ruled
contaminated
infuriated
intuitive
firearms
punctured
leaking
tire
tow
accommodation
biotechnology
herbicide
canola
rapeseed
genetically modified
sued
intellectual property
innovation

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