•Step aside/down (phrasal verb) -
To leave an important job or position, especially to allow someone else to take your place.（下台，让位）
1.He has decided to step down as captain of the team.
2.He is unwilling to step aside in favour of a younger person.
•Raise (some/a few) eyebrows (idiom) -
If something raises eyebrows, it shocks, surprises or offend people.（令人惊讶、不满）
1.The band's new sound will raise some eyebrows.
2.Her irreverent chatter during the ceremony raised eyebrows.
•Go from bad to worse (idiom) -
To become more unpleasant, unacceptable, or difficult than before.
1.If these new laws are passed, the homelessness crisis will go from bad to worse.
2.The schools have gone from bad to worse in this area.
•Wink at (sth) (phrasal verb) -
To pretend not to notice something bad or illegal, in a way that suggests you approve of it.（纵容，冒充看不见）
1.The city cops wink at the mayor's parking violations.
2.For many years, the government has winked at the corrupt actions of corporations.
•Great/much cry and little wool (idiom) -
A lot of fuss with little effect; a lot of fuss about nothing.（雷声大雨点小）
1.My opponent has been making outlandish claims about my track record, but I assure you, he is offering great cry and little wool.
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