Wash away (phrasal verb)
●To eliminate some corruption, guilt or shame, etc.
1.He tried to wash away his regret by getting drunk.
2.Our team shall wash away the shame of last year's defeat.
Queue up (for sth) (phrasal verb)
●To get into a line to wait (for something).
1.The new restaurant has already become a huge success, with people queuing up for hours for a seat each night.
2.We queued up for a chance to meet the author.
Move around (phrasal verb)
●To travel from place to place.（四處走動）
1.My dad was in the army, so we moved around a lot.
2.He moved around the country working in orange groves.
Put/set pen to paper (idiom)
●To start to write.（命筆，開始寫）
1.I have put pen to paper sparingly, aware that pictures speak louder than words.
2.I had written a very fine book in my head before arriving, without setting pen to paper.
Give (sb) face (idiom)
●To show or treat (someone) with respect, honor, and dignity. （給面子（這是從粵語的「畀面」翻譯而成的英語成語））
1.I always take care to give face to my husband at any opportunity.
2.While working abroad in Hong Kong, I learned how important it is to give face to one's employer at all times.