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    recorded as or known as Lay down Meaning: Establish rules or procedures Example: The rules of the sport were LAID DOWN early in the nineteenth century. Phrasal Verb: Take down remuve Meaning: Make notes or write down in full Get down Meaning: Make someone depressed, unhappy, exhausted, etc. Example: The...

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    Lista Phrasal VerbsPhrasal Verb / vbcompuestoSignificados en españolEjemploadd (something) up sumar algoThe waiter added the bill up in no time. break down parar de trabajar, averiarseThe car broke down when we werearriving. blow up explotar (bomba), desatarse (tormenta,crisis)A storm blew up...

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    Verb | Meaning | Example | ask someone out | invite on a date | Brian asked Judy out to dinner and a movie. | ask around | ask many people the same question | I asked around but nobody has seen my wallet. | add up to something | equal | Your purchases add up to $205.32. | back something up |...

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    Phrasal verbs  (to) eat away: roer, carcomer, corroer, desgastar.  (to) eat into: corroer, comerse.  (to) eat out: comer fuera, cenar fuera.  (to) eat up: comerse, consumir, tragar, devorar.  (to) egg on: animar, incitar.  (to) end in: acabar en, terminar con.  (to) end off: acabar...

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    Cambios físicos y psicológicos | Esta época de la vida, La Adolescencia no sólo se caracteriza por todos los cambios corporales, como crecimiento del vello en sus genitales, axilas, cambio de voz, redondes de sus muslos, menstruación, eyaculación, crecimiento de mamas, pene, testículos, etc. También...

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    Phrasal Verbs List www.kruharn.com Verb Meaning ask someone out invite on a date ask around ask many people the same question add up to something equal back something up reverse back someone up support blow up explode blow something up add air break...

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  • Phrasal verbs

    Phrasal Verbs and other multi-word verbs Phrasal verbs are part of a large group of verbs called "multi-word verbs". Phrasal verbs and other multi-word verbs are an important part of the English language. Multi-word verbs, including phrasal verbs, are very common, especially in spoken English. A multi-word...

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    PHRASAL VERBS WITH OUT Two of them really stand out from the others. I think we should keep out of that field. I´m locked out! Everyone is enjoying themselves and I´m missing out. It is an absolute tragedy that so many wonderful species are just dying out. I have some complicated instructions...

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    PHRASAL VERBS Los phrasal verbs (verbos frasales) constan de dos partes: el propio verbo más una partícula adverbial. Los phrasal verbs no son más que verbos compuestos por un verbo y una o más preposiciones. Muchas veces un phrasal verb tiene el mismo significado que un verbo normal. Phrasal verbs...

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    BREAK Down = fail Into = enter by force Off = stop Out = start Up = end BRING About = cause(dramas) In = introduce On = be the cause of Out = publish (sb.) round = convinve Up = raise (sb.) up = rear CALL For = pick sb. up, require Off = cancel On = visit, urge CARRY Out =put...

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    Phrasal verbs a) Introduction PHRASAL VERBS Un Phrasal verb es un verbo seguido de una o más partículas que pueden ser una preposición, un adverbio o una combinación de ambos. Un Phrasal verb es una unidad con un significado especial, distinto de las palabras que lo forman tomadas separadamente:...

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  • Phrasal verbs

    Phrasal verbs  (to) eat away: roer, carcomer, corroer, desgastar.  (to) eat into: corroer, comerse.  (to) eat out: comer fuera, cenar fuera.  (to) eat up: comerse, consumir, tragar, devorar.  (to) egg on: animar, incitar.  (to) end in: acabar en, terminar con.  (to) end off: acabar...

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    Principio del formulario Phrasal verbs  (to) egg on: animar, incitar.  (to) fall away: disminuir/desaparecer/desprenderse.  (to) fall behind with: retrasarse.  (to) fall in: desplomarse, venirse abajo/ alinearse, formar filas, ponerse en filas.  (to) fall into: dividirse en, clasificarse...

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    Principio del formulario Phrasal verbs  (to) eat away: roer, carcomer, corroer, desgastar.  (to) eat into: corroer, comerse.  (to) eat out: comer fuera, cenar fuera.  (to) eat up: comerse, consumir, tragar, devorar.  (to) egg on: animar, incitar.  (to) end in: acabar en, terminar...

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  • Phrasal verbs

    ¿Qué son los “phrasal verbs”? Son “verbos compuestos”: un verbo al que añadimos una o más preposiciones. Por ejemplo “make + up” es "make up"[meikap]. Todos sabemos que esta palabra -como sustantivo- significa maquillaje, pero ¿sabías que significa también “inventar” e incluso “reconciliarse”? O sea...

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    Back down (or climb down) = to no longer stick to your original ideas or position: "After weeks of negotiating, she backed down and accepted their conditions." Break down (1) = examine the different parts of something: "The profits break down in the following way – 50% profit in European sales, a 20%...

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    PHRASAL VERBS PHRASAL VERBS * Ask in: invitar a pasar (entrar) * Back up: apoyar, ir marcha atrás * Believe in: creer en * Blow up: inflar, volar por los aires * Bone up on: estudiar duro * Break down: acabar con * Break in on: periodo de prueba * Break up with: romper...

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    50 COMMON ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS B ELIEVE IN 1. When you believe in something or somebody you are sure that something or somebody exists. Examples of use: a) Do you believe in God? b) I didn't believe in ghosts until I stayed in an old castle in Romania: now I'm certain they exist. c) My children...

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    PHRASAL VERBS Phrasal verbs are usually two-word phrases consisting of verb + adverb or verb + preposition. The examples will help you understand the meanings. If you think of each phrasal verb as a separate verb with a specific meaning, you will be able to remember it more easily. Like many other verbs...

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    |Phrasal Verbs | |ask for |request sth ...

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