9. 3 INCIDENTS; CARS AND ACCIDENTS

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My card has (1) in the machine.
get stuck
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My card has got stuck in the machine.
ficar preso

The house (2) - there's smoke coming from the windows.
be on fire
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The house is on fire - there's smoke coming from the windows.
estar em chamas

We crashed into a lamp post and (3) it (3)
knock over
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We crashed into a lamp post and knocked it over.
derrubar alguma coisa; poste (de iluminação pública)

My car has (4) on the motorway.
break down
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My car has broken down on the motorway.
avariar-se

My wallet has (5).
steal
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My wallet has been stolen.
roubar

A workman on my roof has just (6) the ladder.
fall off
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A workman on my roof has just fallen off the ladder.
cair

I've (7) myself (7) of my house.
lock out
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I've locked myself out of my house.
lock sb out trancar alguém do lado de fora

I fell down but I don't remember anything after that. I think I (8)
get knocked out
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I fell down but I don't remember anything after that. I think I got knocked out
knock sb out pôr alguém inconsciente, pôr alguém fora de combate [boxe]

Someone's just (9) my cat and I think they've killed it.
run over
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Someone's just run over my cat and I think they've killed it.
run sb over atropelar alguém

I've just (10)! Someone's taken my bag from the changing room.
rob
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I've just been robbed! Someone's taken my bag from the changing room.
rob, steal, burgle

J- an enclosed space at the back of a car, used for carrying bags etc SYN trunk American English
porta-bagagens

D- British English the front part of a car that covers the engine SYN hood American English

number plate
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A- the sign on the front and back of a vehicle that shows its official number SYN license plate American English

B- British English one of the lights on a car that show which way it is going to turn SYN turn signal American English
piscas

C- of a car British English the part of a car that is above a wheel SYN fender American English

wing mirror
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H- A wing mirror, also known as the fender mirror, door mirror, or side view mirror, is a mirror found on the exterior of motor vehicles for the purposes of helping the driver see areas behind and to the sides of the vehicle
retrovisor

K- one of the two red lights at the back of a vehicle
luz traseira

Fthe large window at the front of a car, bus etc -
para brisas

L- the round piece of rubber that fits around a wheel of a car, bicycle etc and is filled with air: I had a flat tyre (= all the air went out of it) on the way home.

windscreen wiper
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E- a long piece of metal with a rubber edge that moves across a windscreen to remove the rain

G- a part of the roof of a car that you can open to let in air and light

steering wheel
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I- a wheel that you turn to control the direction of a car
volante

The car (1) on the ice.
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The car skidded on the ice.

She (2) to avoid hitting the dog.
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She sworved to avoid hitting the dog.

She increased her speed and (3) the blue car.
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She increased her speed and overtook the blue car.

He (4). He was going at 100 kph.
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He exceeded the speed limit. He was going at 100 kph.

She (5) the side of the car by parking too near a wall.
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She scratched the side of the car by parking too near a wall.

He was driving too fast in a narrow street and (6) another car.
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He was driving too fast in a narrow street and collided with another car.

A car (7) in front of him and he almost crashed into it.
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A car pulled out in front of him and he almost crashed into it.

He (8) down the motorway.
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He drove the wrong way down the motorway.


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