•Charge (sb) with (sth) (phrasal verb) -
To officially accuse someone of a crime.
1.They finally caught Donald by charging him with tax evasion.
2.He was charged with creating a disturbance.
•Give in (phrasal verb) -
To finally agree to what someone wants, after refusing for a period of time.（让步，屈服）
1.The government cannot be seen as giving in to terrorists'demands.
2.Eventually I gave in and accepted the job on their terms.
•Map out (sth) (phrasal verb) -
To plan in detail how something will happen. （详细放置，设计）,
1.We mapped out a plan of action.
2.Her own future had been mapped out for her by her parents.
•Save one's (own) skin (idiom) -
If someone tries to save their skin or save their own skin, they try to save themselves from something dangerous or unpleasant, often without caring what happens to anyone else.
1.He's the kind of person who do anything to save his own skin.
2.It's an announcement that's got a lot more to do with the government trying to save its own skin than trying to help the victims.
•Blow sth out of proportion (idiom) -
To cause something to become larger than it should be or to be treated as something worse or more important than it really is.（（不成比例地）强调某事的主要性或严重性）
1.It's ridiculous - we have a tiny disagreement and you blow the whole thing out of proportion!
2.The story was blown out of proportion in the newspapers.