•Call for sth (phrasal verb) –
To require; to demand.（需要，要求）
1.This calls for a celebration!
2.Skill and initiative are called for in this job.
•For the time being (idiom) -
For a short period of time from now, but not permanently.（暂时，目前）
1.For the time being, our plans remain unchanged until something convinces us otherwise.
2.Now, for the time being, she is living with her father in Hong Kong.
•Bent on sth (idiom) -
Completely determined to do something, especially something bad.（决意要…，专想…）
1.He is bent on winning at all costs.
2.They seemed bent on destroying his career.
•Taikonaut (noun) –
•By/in leaps and bounds (idiom) -
If something increases, develops, grows etc by leaps and bounds, it does it very quickly.（突飞猛进，飞速地）
1.Information technology has advanced by leaps and bounds.
2.School enrollment is increasing by leaps and bounds