•Accord with sth (phrasal verb) -
To be in agreement with something.（与…符合；与…一致）
1.Her version of events does not accord with witnesses' statements.
2.His interpretation of the data did not accord with the facts.
•Blow hot and cold (idiom) -
To keep changing your attitude towards someone or something.（忽冷忽热，摇摆不定）
1.The manager keeps blowing hot and cold on whether to hire new staff.
2.I can't tell what he wants - he keeps blowing hot and cold.
•There is no denying (idiom) -
Used to say that it is very clear that something is true.（不可否认）
1.There's no denying that this is an important event.
2.There's no denying her popularity.
•Goof off (phrasal verb) -
If someone goofs off, they spend their time doing nothing often when they should be working.（逃避工作，偷懒）
1.You'll get fired if you goof off too much at work.
2.I saw a few films and generally kind of goofed off all day.
•Keep up with (phrasal verb) -
To do whatever is necessary to stay level or equal with someone or something.
1.Employees need to keep up with the latest technical developments.
2.He found it difficult to keep up with the rest of the class.