●The complete set of genes or genetic material present in a cell or organism. （基因組，染色體組）
1.The genomes of mammals include genes that have been duplicated throughout evolutionary history.
2.The scientists tracked the words in the Iliad the way they would track genes in a genome.
Cook up sth (phrasal verb)
●To invent something using your imagination and sometimes dishonestly; to fabricate.（編造（藉口、謠言…），虛構）
1.She's always cooking up some excuse.
2.I'd like to find out who cooked up this scheme.
Let sb off (phrasal verb)
●To give someone little or no punishment for something that they did wrong.（放過或從輕處罰犯錯者）
1.They let her off lightly because she's only sixteen.
2.I was pulled over for speeding, but I was let off with a warning.
● To allow something to happen, even though you do not really agree with it.（默認，默許）
1.Instead, I acquiesced in her authority and I quietly did as I was told.
2.Reluctantly, he acquiesced to the plans.
Set the world on fire (idiom)
● To do wonderful or exciting things quickly that cause a great or remarkable sensation in the world.（（長作貶義用）一鳴驚人）
1.For all his money and education, he's hardly setting the world on fire, is he?
2.You don't have to set the world on fire. Just do a good job.