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add up ask(someone) out
sumar invitar a salir
The waiter added up the bill. Steve asked me out last night. I would back off if I were you, I don't think she likes you. You were with me, you can back me up, right? Don't forget to back up all of your files.
back up(something) break down(something)
hacer un copia
dejar de trabajar, Our car broke down while we were driving to estropearse, averiarse the supermarket. It was the most stressful week. By Friday I broke down and cried. Play We had to break down the stage to prepare for the next event. Play They blew up a building, but luckily nobody was hurt. Play Someone broke into my apartment while I was on holidays. Play I can't believe it, Dan broke up with me last night! Play I was brought up by my grandmother. Play I hate him. Don't ever bring his name up again! Play He was busy when I called, but he said he wouldcall me back tonight. Play Did you hear? Brenda called off the wedding! Play The teacher called on me in class to answer the question. Play Calm down, everything is going to be ok.
break down(someone) venirse abajo
break(something)down derribar, desmontar
forzando la entrada para robar
criar y educar
volver a llamar
preguntar tranquilizarse, calmarse
so I was calling to check up on you. Play I know you have been sick. dejar drop out abandonar . Play I was just dropping by/in to say "hi". Play Cut it out! Leave your sister alone.carry on seguir haciendo algo Play Carry on! You are doing very well. mirar check up hacer averiguaciones cheer up close down come back come by come down with come from count on animar(se) a alguien cerrar o terminar una actividad regresar. but I have to go now. we need to catch up! Play What time can we check in to the hotel? Play They checked out on monday. carry on catch up check in check out ponerse al día registrarse (en) pagar y marcharse Play Call me. Play She must have loved Spain. Play The factory was closed down last month. you can count on me! Play With the crisis we have had to cut back onexpenses. she was carrying onabout it for days after she returned. Play Sarah is depressed. volver pasarse por enfermarse originarse contar con cut back on bajar cut off interrumpir cut out drop by/in parar de hacer algo pasar drop off llevar a. Play We are coming back next week. Play She dropped off the kids at school before going to work. Play He dropped out of school because he was check out quedarse con. Play My son came down with the flu last week. Play I don't mean to cut you off. Play He's checking you out! / Let's check out that new bar. Play Come by my office and we can talk. Play His love of music comes from his father. Play Don't worry. we have to cheer her up.
she will find it out. Play I need to stop at the gas station and fill up the gas tank. Play You must fill in/out the forms completely. Play She fell apart when she heard the news. circular cogerse un descanso/vacaciones get away get away with salir impune get back get(something)back regresar. but she won't get away with it. end up acabar + infinitivo Play There was no food at home so we ended up going out.failing all his classes. volver devolver . she never fit in with the other kids. but his boss didn't understand. Play I can't figure out why this isn't working. Play If the teacher doesn't know the answer. Play I think my wallet fell out of my purse. I need to get away! Play She stole my idea. Play fall apart(something) deshacerse fall apart(someone) fall behind fall out derrumbarse quedarse atrás caerse fight back defenderse figure out fill in/out determinar rellenar fill up lllenar find out enterarse fit in encajar. integrarse get across comunicar una idea get along/on llevarse bien get around desplazarse. Play The sweater fell apart after so many washings. my father and my husband get along/on really well. Play News really gets around fast! Play Work has been so stressful. Play They get back from vacation on Thursday. Play Hurry up or you will fall behind. Play Despite her efforts. they will never stop bullying you. Play I'm so lucky. Play If you don't fight back. Play He tried everything to get his ideas across.
I have to get out of here. Play He got on the bus for the airport. Play Let's go out for a drink. I'll meet you there. I can't get over failing my test. acabar get together quedar. but I must get onwith my life. Play I'm so upset.I have to get these books back to the library today. get by sobrevivir get on subir get on seguir get out of irse. Play Ok. marcharse get over recuperarse get through superar. I can never go back to that restaurant. Play I'm never going to get through this book with all of these distractions! Play We are getting together for dinner tomorrow at 8. Play What time did you get up this morning? Play The millionaire gave away all his money just before he died. Play It's too smoky in here. distribuir rendirse. get back at vengarse de Play I'll get back at her for stealing my idea! Play We don't have a lot of money right now. but we'llget by. salir. reunir get up levantarse give away regalar give back devolver give in/up give out give up go ahead ceder. Play Can you give me back my book when you have finished reading it? Play Be strong! Don't give in to temptation Play They are giving out free samples at the store. What's the answer? Play Go ahead. abandonar ir delante go back regresar. volver go out go out with(someone) salir salir con . rendirse repartir. I give up. Play I'm so embarassed. Play My husband and I have separated. Play I hear Michael is going out with Jane.
Play She kept on asking me the same questions. Play Hang on. criarse hand in presentar. Play Look at how that guy is hitting on Debbie. entregar hand out repartir hang on esperar hang out Pasar tiempo con hang up hit on colgar el teléfono flirtear. tener Play cuidado Look out! That car almost hit you! buscar. coquetear con hold back contenerse hold on hurry up keep on esperar darse prisa seguir lay(somebody)off despedir let(somebody)down Play defraudar. Play You need to go through the Lincoln Tunnel to get to New Jersey. decepcionar I don't want to let you down. suportar grow up crecer. Play Alex grew up in France but now he lives in Italy. Play The teacher will hand out the assignments this afternoon. I'm coming. Play All homework must be handed in by the end of the day. I'm coming. go through atravesar go through sufrir. I think we should go over it together. but I don't think I can come with you to the party tomorrow. Play Hurry up or we will be late. Play Hold on. we have been forced to lay offsome staff. Play I can't believe what you have been through. Play She tried. Play Her favorite thing to do is hang out with her friends. Play I was so angry I hung up on him. tener ganas de Play We are really looking forward to your visit! look forward to look out look up prestar atención.go over repasar Play Before you submit your thesis. but she couldn't hold back the tears any longer. consultar Play You will need to look up some words in the . Play With the crises.
empezar una afición echar la bronca. I have always looked up to her.dictionary. he must take after his father. atrasar rely on slow down contar con. you keep putting it off. burlar put(something)off posponer. You're making that up! Play Our parents had an argument last night. you are driving too fast! Play Can you please speak up. Play If you are tired of driving. subir la voz speak up take after(somebody) parecerse take over sustituir. hacerse con el control despegar ocupar. Play She told him off after he was late again. but theymade up this morning. Play When I was young. I can't understand you. confiar en reducir la velocidad hablar más alto. make(something)up inventar algo make up(somebody) reconciliarse pick on(somebody) fastidiar. Play The plane will take off in 5 minutes. Play I hope I can rely on you to be discreet. Play They should throw that guy out. he's really drunk. Play He has taken up tennis in his free time. regañar echar take off take up tell(somebody)off throw out . Play Slow down please. my brother always picked onme. Play With that bad temper. I can take over for a while. look up to(somebody) admirar a alguien Play She's so brave. Play I don't believe you. Play You must not want to do it.
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