Phrasal-Nouns – Letter R

–  Phrasal-Nouns – Letter R  –


Brand Recognition – See:  Phrasal Nouns – Letter “B” for “Brand”

Daily Routine – This is a phrasal noun which represents the things that are done on a regular basis, every day (or moire commonly, every “work/school” day.)  An example of a *daily routine* would be:  “Woke up, fell out of bed; dragged a comb across my head.  Found my way downstairs and drank a cup – and looking up I noticed I was late.  Found my coat and grabbed my hat.  Made the bus in seconds flat.  Found my way upstairs and had a smoke, and Somebody spoke and I went into a dream…” (lyrics from The Beatles – “A Day In The Life”  –  [button] Click Here to Watch the Video [/button]

(a) Peaceful Resolution – This is a phrasal noun which is used to describe an agreement that is reached through negotiation, that is mutually acceptable…  “After many hours of deliberation, the two sides finally reached a *peaceful resolution* and were able to move forward with the negotiations.”

Rock-Bottom – See:  Phrasal Nouns – Letter “B”, for “Bottom”

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