To express sadness or sad about something
I lament the fact that your grandmother had pass away.
Reformasi or against sumthin, collectively
The people revolted against new rules….
I am quasi-femenist
Sudden idea = flash in a pen
Double standard are everywhere and are applied on a whim
to be unable to make a decision about doing something
Stop dithering and choose which one you want!
She's still dithering over whether to accept the job she's just been offered.
Life favours the fearless
1 [C] a noisy, violent, and uncontrolled public gathering
Inner-city riots erupted when a local man was shot by police.
Police in riot gear (= protective clothes and equipment) lined up at the end of the street.
someone who does not live in their own country
A large community of expatriates has settled there.
revulsion noun [U]
a strong, often sudden, feeling that something is extremely unpleasant
I turned away in revulsion when they showed a close-up of the operation.
She looked at him with revulsion.
He expressed his revulsion at/against/towards the whale hunting.
See also revolt (DISGUST)
taunt verb [T]
to intentionally annoy and upset someone by making unkind remarks to them, laughing at them, etc
The other children used to taunt him in the playground because he was fat and wore glasses.
taunt noun [C]
The protesters shouted taunts at the police.
recession noun [C or U]
a period when the economy of a country is not successful and conditions for business are bad
The country is sliding into the depths of (a) recession.