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Movie: Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018)

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)”

1st dialogue: 00:5:00 – 00:10:47

Psychopath: /ˈsīkəˌpaTH/
a mad person, one who suffers from a mental illness; one who demonstrates severely antisocial behavior and an absence of normal moral and emotional functioning

Tough guy:
A strong man who is not easily injured and is able to deal with difficult or violent situations

In the field:
On campaign; (while) engaged in combat or maneuvers

Copy:
Hear or understand someone speaking on a radio transmitter

Flip a coin:
To decide something by throwing a coin up in the air and seeing which side is shown after it lands, or to toss a coin.

Apostle:
One of the 12 disciples of Jesus; missionary of the early Christian church; one who spreads the teachings of Christianity; one who advances an important cause or idea

Box in:
To surround (someone or something) and make movement difficult, enclose or confine as if in a box

2nd dialogue: 00:17:05 – 00:18:53

Philanthropist: /fɪˈlanθrəpɪst/ – noun
A charitable donor, benevolent person, a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes

Money laundering:
Concealing the source of illegally gotten money, turning money acquired illegally to legal money via illegal methods, legitimizing money that was either acquired illegally or that taxes were never paid on it

Lounge: /laʊn(d)ʒ/ Verb & Noun
A public room in a hotel, theatre, or club in which to sit and relax

Fundraising: /ˈfʌndˌreɪzɪŋ/ noun
The seeking of financial support for a charity, cause, or other enterprises

Bidder: /ˈbɪdə/ – noun
A person or organization making a formal offer for something, especially at an auction.

Count on: phrasal verb of count
Rely on, depend upon

Cover sb’s ass:
Protect somebody from possible subsequent criticism, legal penalties, or other repercussions, usually in a work-related or bureaucratic context

Step down:
Withdraw or resign from an important position or office.

Don’t make me regret it:
Do not do something which makes me feel sad or disappointed.

3rd dialogue:00:31:07 – 00:35:03

Sanitation:
Development of methods for ensuring cleanliness and good hygiene; maintenance of cleanliness and good hygiene

Date:
A social or romantic appointment or engagement

Lead:
Person or thing that leads, leader; guide; clue, hint, the indication

Being involved:
Being a part of something or associated with it

To make it work:
To do anything in your power to make a project succeed

4th dialogue: 00:37:15 – 00:40:30

Alias: /ˈeɪlɪəs/
A false or assumed identity or name, nickname

Have a ring:
To seem or sound like something you have heard or seen before

Deceive:
Cheat, mislead

Take a chance:
Try to do something although there is a large risk of danger or failure

5th dialogue: 00:41:00 – 00:46:50

Asset: /ˈasɛt/
A useful or valuable thing or person

Motorcade:  /ˈməʊtəkeɪd/
A procession of motor vehicles, typically carrying and escorting a prominent person

Extract: /ɪkˈstrakt,ɛkˈstrakt/
Remove, take out; squeeze, press

Anarchist: /ˈanəkɪst/
In favor of lawlessness, one who causes chaos or excites uprising against any established law or rule, promoting anarchy

Rogue: /rəʊɡ/
A person or thing that behaves in an aberrant or unpredictable way, typically with damaging or dangerous effects

Covert: /ˈkʌvət,ˈkəʊvəːt/
Secret, hidden

Sabotage: /ˈsabətɑːʒ/
Malicious damage or disruption (usually caused by a person within the organization and especially for political or military advantage

Interrogation: /ɪnˌtɛrəˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/
The act of questioning, investigation, inquiry, examination through questions

Broker: /ˈbrəʊkə/
The intermediary, a person who buys and sells goods or assets for others

Down payment:
Advance payment, an initial payment made when something is bought on credit

Courier:  /ˈkʊrɪə/
Carrier, a company or employee of a company that transports commercial packages and documents

In exchange for:
As a substitute for, in place of, for

Diversion:  / dʌɪˈvəːʃ(ə)n,dɪˈvəːʃ(ə)n/
The action of turning something aside from its course

Walk out:
Go out with, go after; depart with resentment

Armored:
Covered with armor, protected by covering of metal plates (on warships, tanks, etc.)

Pull out:
Remove, exit, or depart

Draw the line:
Set a limit, fix a boundary, and decide what is acceptable and what is not

Smallpox:  /ˈsmɔːlpɒks/
The contagious disease characterized by skin eruptions which often leave permanent scars

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