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Movie: Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018) – Part 2

Mission: Impossible – Fallout is an action movie with great actors and actresses which gather a lot of audiences throughout the world.  Here in this post, some scenes of this movie have been chosen as a source for English learning.

Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018)
Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018)

Analyzing the conversations and dialogues of some scenes of the movie “Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018)”

6th dialogue: 01:10:25 – 01:12:34
Crossfire: /ˈkrôsˌfī(ə)r/
gunfire from two or more directions passing through the same area
Improvise: /ˈimprəˌvīz/
produce or make (something) from whatever is available, perform without advance preparation, devise, invent
Complicated: /ˈkämpləˌkādəd/
consisting of many interconnecting parts or elements; intricate, involving many different and confusing aspects, confusing, hard to understand, difficult; complex
Assume: /əˈso͞om/
surmise, supposed to be true (especially without proof); take on a position or duty; adopt an idea or cause
Instruction: / ɪn’strʌkʃn/
order, teaching, education, training; direction, guidance, detailed information telling how something should be done, operated, or assembled

7th dialogue: 01:14:03 – 01:16:07
Show up:
expose; appear, come, be obvious, be seen, be revealed
finally, in the end
Walk away:
go away from, leave in an unsympathetic manner and disregarding a person’s distress
Break out:
become covered (with pimples, etc.), escape, abscond from, flee from; get free
One’s pound of flesh:
something one is strictly or legally entitled to, but which it is ruthless or inhuman to demand, a justified but disabling request
faithfulness, devotion, constancy, duty, dedication, commitment
One way or another:
somehow, in some way
Go through:
experience, undergo; carry out; examine, suffer, live through, endure, brave, bear, tolerate, put up with, cope with, spend, use up, run through, get through, expend, deplete; waste

8th dialogue: 01:17:40 – 01:29:20

Intervene: / ɪntəˈviːn /
interpose; interfere, mediate, step in; happen between other events; occur, take place; occur unexpectedly
Hand over:
pass responsibility to someone else, transfer, deliver, yield control of;
In exchange for:
as a substitute for, in place of, for
Mix up:
confusion, mess; confuse, mess up; combine, mix together.
Trap: /trap/
trick, ploy, ruse, deception, subterfuge, net, a situation in which people lie in wait to make a surprise attack
Bargain: /ˈbɑːɡɪn/
negotiate; arrive at an agreement,
Stock in trade:
inventory of goods; goods; characteristic quality, the goods kept in hand by a business for the purposes of its trade
Capture: /ˈkaptʃə/
take into one’s possession or control by force, entrap, take prisoner
Suspicious: /səˈspɪʃəs/
suspect, shady, dubious; distrustful, doubting, skeptical; expressing suspicion
Confirm: /kənˈfəːm/
approve; verify, show to be true; strengthen
Dossier: /ˈdɒsɪə, ˈdɒsɪeɪ/
file containing detailed information, a collection of documents about a particular person, event, or subject
Trail: /treɪl/
track, footprints; path, way,
Lengthy: /ˈlɛŋ(k)θi,ˈlɛn(t)θi/
having great length; overly long, tediously long,
Correspondence: /kɒrɪˈspɒnd(ə)ns/
an agreement, a close similarity, connection, or equivalence; exchange of letters
Recruitment: /rɪˈkruːtm(ə)nt/
the action of enlisting new people in the armed forces,
Incriminating: /ɪnˈkrɪmɪneɪtɪŋ/
showing proof of involvement in a crime, making someone appear guilty of a crime or wrongdoing, accuse of a crime, implicate, charge
Narrative: /ˈnarətɪv/
plot, story; literary work that tells a story, tale,
Snap: /snap/
break with a sharp noise; make a cracking sound; make a sharp sound by moving a fingertip across the thumb; open or close with a snapping sound; grab, snatch; bite; speak in an irritated manner; move abruptly; take a photograph,
Grant: /ɡrɑːnt/
agree to give or allow (something requested) to, bestow; give; agree; answer to -; donate
Bring in:
carry in, lead in

Terminate: /ˈtəːmɪneɪt/
bring to an end, in, lead in, end, conclude, stop, wind up, discontinue, abort,

Intention: /ɪnˈtɛnʃ(ə)n/
a thing intended; an aim or plan, determination to do something in particular, plan; aim, goal, purpose; meaning, import, significance

Coincidence:  /kəʊˈɪnsɪd(ə)ns/
chance occurrence, unforeseen event; occurrence of two or more events at the same time; condition of occupying the same place at the same time

Fairness: /ˈfɛːnəs/
decency, justice; lightness, blondness; beauty, attractiveness

Assassin: /əˈsasɪn/
one who murders premeditatedly, one who secretly murders another, a person who murders an important person for political or religious reasons.

Plumber: /ˈplʌmə/
a person who fits and repairs the pipes, fittings, and other apparatus of water supply, sanitation, or heating systems

Hunt down:
pursue and capture, pursue and kill, seek and find, track down,

What’s done is done:
what has occurred is in the past, what has been performed cannot be undone. It’s an idiom in English. The expression uses the word “done” in the sense of “finished” or “settled”, a usage that dates back to the first half of the 15th century

Extraction: /ɪkˈstrakʃ(ə)n,ɛkˈstrakʃ(ə)n/
removal, taking out, uprooting; origin, source, descent, he action of extracting something, especially using effort or force

Rendezvous: /ˈrɒndɪvuː,ˈrɒndeɪvuː/
agreement to meet at a particular time and place, appointment; meeting, encounter; meeting place

Frame: /freɪm/
formulate (a concept, plan, or system), contrive false evidence against, construct, build; produce false evidence against (an innocent person) so that they appear guilty

Dismantle: /dɪsˈmant(ə)l/
take apart, take to pieces/bits, pull apart, pull to pieces, disassemble, break up, strip (down); knock down, pull down, demolish

Anarchy: /ˈanəki/
lawlessness, absence of laws and government, nihilism, mobocracy, revolution, insurrection, disorder, chaos, tumult, turmoil.

Revenge: /rɪˈvɛn(d)ʒ/
vengeance, retribution, reprisal

Gut: /ɡʌt/
intestines, alimentary canal; bowels, entrails; inner parts, contents of anything; sinew (used for violin strings, tennis rackets, etc.),

Hats off:  
It is an idiom used to express admiration for someone who has done something praiseworthy:,

Paranoid: /ˈparənɔɪd/
one who suffers from paranoia, person who suffers from delusions of persecution and distrust of others, over-suspicious, paranoiac, suspicious, mistrustful, fearful, insecure,

Delusional:  /dɪˈluːʒ(ə)n(ə)l/
holding false beliefs, illusional, suffering from a delusion,

Stake:  /steɪk/
risk, gamble; finance, underwrite; mark off a boundary using stakes; tie to a stake,

Living soul:
active soul, person who is alive,

Sort out:
classify, categorize,

Revenge: /

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