PHRASAL VERBS About, Around 1

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Mr Lazer Araneda said, my idea of a holiday is LAZING (- - -) with a good book, but my wife likes to climb mountains and go kayaking. What should we do?. ------- AWAY, AROUND, ABOUT.
Huevonear, lazear, flojerear. Lazear Alreddedor/Lejos. to relax and enjoy yourself, doing very little. (see also: chill out, sit around).
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LAZE, or LAZE AROUND/AWAY. ----- Mastruany said, my idea of a holiday is "lazing around" with a good book, but my wife likes to climb mountains and go kayaking. What should we do?. ------- LAZE, or LAZE AROUND/AWAY.
Mastruany dijo, mi idea de un dia festivo es (leiziar) tirar la hueva con un buen libro pero mi esposa le gusta escalar las montañas e ir de kayaking. Que deberiamos hacer?.
LAZE, or LAZE AROUND/AWAY. ------- Mike Pence said, my son would "laze around" in front of the TV all day if we let him. ------ laze, or laze around/away.
Mrs Imviter Roundy said, we’re INVITING some friends (- -) to our new apartment for dinner on Saturday night. ------ AROUND, OVER, ROUND.
Invitar a alguien Alrededor de visita. to invite someone to come to your house. (see also: come over/around).
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INVITE someone ROUND/OVER. ------ Mrs Imviter Roundy said we’re "invitng some friends round" to our new apartment for dinner on Saturday night. ------ INVITE someone ROUND/OVER.
Lalo dijo, estamos invitando unos amigos a nuestro nuevo apartamento para cenar el Sabado en la noche.
INVITE someone ROUND/OVER. ---- Maggy said, I've invited Esther and Fernando round" to dinner next Saturday. ------- INVITE someone ROUND/OVER.
Mr Bringer Araneda said that Donal didn't like the plan at first, but we managed to (- -) him ROUND. ------ CONVINCE, BRING, TALK.
Convencer a alguién Alrededor, bringear, convencer a alguién. to persuade somebody to agree to something. (see also: talk round, talk into, win over).
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BRING somebody AROUND/ROUND. ---- Bringdys band said that Donal didn't like the plan at first, but we managed to "bring him round". ---------- BRING somebody AROUND/ROUND.
A Donal no le gustó el plan al principio pero no las arreglamos para comvencerlo.
BRING somebody AROUND/ROUND. ---- It took a long time to persuade Ceci to study English, but her friends "brought her around" by saying she’d never get a good job without it. ------------- BRING somebody AROUND/ROUND.
Miss Caller Araneda said, I'll (- -) around and see if anyone's free on Saturday. ------ ASK, CALL, VISIT.
Hablarle o llamarle a varias personas por telefono. Visitar a alguien. ---- to telephone several people, often in order to find out information.
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CALL AROUND/ROUND. ------ Erika said, I'll "call around" and see if anyone's free on Saturday. ----- CALL AROUND/ROUND.
Erika dijo, llamaré a varias personas y veré si alguien esta libre el Sabado.
CALL AROUND/ROUND. ------ Luis Gutierrez said, I'll "call around" about this candidate and see if can find something wrong of him. --------- CALL AROUND/ROUND.
Miss Caller Araneda said yesterday that she would (- -) ROUND sometime this afternoon. ------ ASK, VISIT, CALL.
Visitar, llamar Arededor, pasar de volada por algún lugar de visita, LLamar Alrededor y visitar ó pasar rapidamente por un sitio. --- to stop at a place on your way to another place, usually so that you can do something.
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CALL, or CALL ROUND. ---- Miss Caller Araneda said that she would "call round" sometime this afternoon. --------- CALL, or CALL ROUND.
Martin dijo, que pasaria de visita en algún momento esta tarde.
CALL, or CALL ROUND. ---- Can you call at the shop on your way home and get some milk?...... Emy said, I "called round" yesterday Martin, but you weren’t in. ---------------------- CALL, or CALL ROUND.
Clouwnd Araneda said, we were just (- -) around. We didn’t mean to break anything. ------ HANG, CLOWN, FOOL.
Payasear, hacerse el gracioso. --- to join with someone in acting silly.
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CLOWN AROUND/ABOUT. ---- Clouwnd John said, we were just "clowning around". We didn’t mean to break anything. -------- CLOWN AROUND/ABOUT.
Logan dijo, solo estabamos payaseando. Nosotros no teniamos la intención de romper nada.
CLOWN AROUND/ABOUT. ---- One can never take him seriously; Yonny's always "clowning about". ------- CLOWN AROUND/ABAUT.
Hangna Araneda said, I (- -) AROUND the bus station most of the day. ------ HANG, WAIT, STAY.
Esperar, hangerar, aguardar Alrededor, esperar por ahí Alrededor. -- Stay in a place. (see also: sit around, wait around).
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HANG AROUND. -----Hangna said, I "hang around" the bus station most of the day. -------- HANG AROUND.
Elias y Rosa aguardarón en la estación de autobuses la mayor parte del dia.
HANG AROUND. ----- Airports in the Us should have entertainment facilities available for passengers who have to "hang around" waiting for delayed or connecting flights. ---------- hang around.
Mr Noses Araneda said, I don't like the idea of someone (- -) around in my bedroom. ----- SKULK, NOSE, SNIFF.
Nariz Araneda, Husmear, meter la nariz. --- to look around a place, often in order to find something.
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NOSE AROUND. ---- Noises said, I don't like the idea of someone "nosing around" in my bedroom. ------ NOSE AROUND.
Adriana dijo, no me gusta la idea de alguiėn husmeando en mi recamara.
NOSE AROUND. ---- Raul de Molina said, one of the things celebrities hate is reporters and photographers "nosing around" their neighborhood trying to get sensational stories or photos. ------------ NOSE AROUND.
Fooly Araneda said, we spent the afternoon (- -) around on the beach. ------ FOOL, CLOWN, HANG.
Tirar la hueva, foolear, perder el tiempo, haciendole al tonto, flojerear. --- to spend time having fun or behaving in a silly way. (see also: clown around, kid around, play around).
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FOOL AROUND/ABOUT. ---- Fooly said, we spent the afternoon "fooling around" on the beach. ------- fool around/about.
Magy dijo, Pasamos la tarde tonteando tirando la hueva en la playa.
FOOL AROUND/ABOUT. ---- Rosa said, everyone in the office was telling jokes and laughing when the boss came in and told us to stop "fooling around" and start doing some work. ---------------------- fool around/about.
Mrs Crowdy Araneda said that people at the mall were (- -) AROUND Ronaldo and asking for his autograph. ------ HANG, CROWD, RALLY.
Aglomerarse, clowdiarse alrededor, juntarse mucha gente en un lugar. --- if a group of people crowd around or crowd around something or someone, they surround something or someone, standing very close to them.
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CROWD AROUND/ROUND. ------Crowd Jhons said that People at the mall were "crowding around" Ronaldo and asking for his autograph. ------- CROWD AROUND/ROUND.
La gente se estaba aglomerando alrededor de Ronaldo y pidiendole su autografo.
CROWD AROUND/RAUND. ------ Erick said that after the car crash, lots of people "crowded around" to see the damaged cars and the injured people.
Talky Araneda said, Anna's not convinced about that idea but I think Edgar can (- -) her ROUND). ----- BRING, TALK, CONVINCE.
Convencer a alguien Alrededor, Talkiar alguien Alrededor para convencer a alguién. --- to persuade someone to agree with you or to do what you want them to do. (see also: bring around, talk into).
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TALK somebody ROUND/AROUND. (UK). ----- Talky said, Anna's not convinced about that idea but I think Edgar can TALK her ROUND. --------- TALK somebody ROUND. (UK).
Edgar dijo, Ana no esta comvencida acerca de esa idea pero creo que puedo comvencerla.
TALK somebody ROUND/AROUND. (UK). ---- Bobby Pulido says his wife votes Republican. He’s tried to TALK her ROUND to voting for the Democrats, but she won’t change her mind. ---------TALK somebody ROUND. (UK).
Mrs Rally Araneda said, we (- -) AROUND our neighbors when their house burned down. ------ CROWD, RALLY, HANG.
Juntarse, reunirse alrededor, rallyiarse para ayudar ó apoyar a alguién. ---- to join together to support (someone or something) in a difficult time or situation.
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RALLY ROUND/AROUND. --- Rammy said we rallied around our neighbors when their house burned down. ------- RALLY ROUND.
Nos juntamos para apoyar a nuestros vecinos cuando su casa se les incendio.
RALLY ROUND/AROUND. --- Manolo's friends all RALLIED ROUND him when his wife died. * When the town library lost its funding, the community rallied around it. -------- RALLY ROUND.
Mr Thrower said that Ivan is a bossy guy who likes (- -) his weight around. -------- THROW, CHUCK, TOSS.
Tirar tu peso alrededor, mandonear arrogantemente, maltratar a alguien. --- to behave as if you are more important or powerful than other people.
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THROW YOUR WEIGHT AROUND. ---- Ivan is a bossy guy who likes throwing his weight around. ------- to THROW YOUR WEIGHT AROUND.
Iván es un muchacho muy mandón a quien le gusta mandonear arrogantemente.
THROW YOUR WEIGHT AROUND. ---- Hector is a bossy man who likes throwing his weight around. ------- to THROW YOUR WEIGHT AROUND.
Mr Asker Araneda said that Olmedo said, I ASK (- -), but nobody had seen my dog Panthom for days. ------- ROUND, ABOUT, AROUND.
Preguntar Alrededor, Askear por información sobre algo ó alguien. --- to ask many people to tell you information about someone or something.
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ASK AROUND. ---- Olmedo said, I asked around, but nobody had seen my dog Panthom for days. ----- ASK AROUND.
Olmedo dijo, pregunte a varias personas pero nadie habia visto mi perro Panthom por dias.
ASK AROUND. ---- Our babysitter's just moved away, so we're asking around for a replacement ... Maybe you should ask around to find out more about this guy. We usually ask around before trying a new restaurant. ----- ASK AROUND.
Miss Tossy Araneda said, that fever kept me (- -) around in bed all night. -------- throw, toss, chuck.
Sarandear, aventar, tossear Alrededor palla y paca algo ó alguién, sarandear, sangolotiar. ---- To hurl, fling, or cast someone or something from place to place or back and forth.
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TOSS someone or something AROUND. ------- That fever kept me tossing around in bed all night. ---- TOSS someone or something AROUND.
Esa fiebre me mantuvo sangolotiando en cama toda la noche.
TOSS someone or something AROUND. ------ The huge waves tossed us around while we were out on the open sea.

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