1. Drum up: to obtain something by attracting people's attention to one's need or cause.
E. g. You shall have to drum up new business by advertising.
2. Bail out: bail (out)
in. to resign or leave; to get free of someone or something.
E. g. Albert bailed just before he got fired.
3. Fall through: to not happen
E. g. Our meeting for the weekend fell through.
4. Close down: cease or cause to cease business or operation, especially permanently.
E. g. We had to close down because the revenue model wasn't great.
5. Cash In On: take advantage of or capitalize on
E. g. His hotel is cashing in on the area's upcoming malls.
6. Draw up: To draw up an agreement, a contract, a list, etc. means to compose the document and put it in written form.
E. g. They agreed to draw up a formal agreement.
7. Zero In On: to focus closely on it.
E. g. We’ve tried a lot of strategies, but we need to zero in on what’s actually working.
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