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PAY BACK. ------- I won’t forget the way Jose insulted me. One day I’ll "pay him back" by making him look stupid in front of lots of people. ---------------------- pay back.
Vengarse de alguien por algo, hacer pagar algo. to do something unpleasant to someone because they have done something unpleasant to you. (see also: get back at).
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Vengarse de alguien por algo, hacer pagar algo. to do something unpleasant to someone because they have done something unpleasant to you. (see also: get back at).
PAY BACK. ------- Gladis said, I'm going to "pay him back" for all those things he said about me. ---------------------- pay back.
PULL BACK. ------- American troops have "pulled back" from the border. ---------------------- pull back.
Retroceder. to retreat. if soldiers pull back, or if someone pulls them back, they move back toward their own land.
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Retroceder. to retreat. if soldiers pull back, or if someone pulls them back, they move back toward their own land.
PULL BACK. ------- Donal said, our tank and infantry forces "pulled back" to regroup. ---------------------- pull back.
pull back. ------- The soldiers in North Corea knew they couldn’t hold their new position with so many enemy fighters coming, so they "pulled back" to a safer place. ---------------------- pull back.
Retirarse, echarse para atras, retractarse. to decide not to do something that will probably have bad effects. (see also: pull out).
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Retirarse, echarse para atras, retractarse. to decide not to do something that will probably have bad effects. (see also: pull out).
pull back. ------- Rahm Emanuel said, it is rumoured that the company in Chicago intends to "pull back" from petrochemicals. ---------------------- pull back.
pull back. ------- The US government has "pulled back" from sending the navy there. ---------------------- pull back.
Retirarse, echarse para atras, retractarse. to decide not to do something that will probably have bad effects. (see also: pull out).
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Retirarse, echarse para atras, retractarse. to decide not to do something that will probably have bad effects. (see also: pull out).
pass by ------- Maggy said, I'll "pass by" the shop on my way home and buy a chicken. ------------- pass by.
Pasar a visitar, pasar de volado por un lugar. to visit somewhere for a short time, usually while you are going somewhere else. (see also: stop by, go by).
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Pasar a visitar, pasar de volado por un lugar. to visit somewhere for a short time, usually while you are going somewhere else. (see also: stop by, go by).
pass by ------- cessi said, I'll "pass by" the shop on my way home and buy a toilt paper. ------------ pass by.
Fernando said, my son Nandito got into trouble at school for being impolite by "answering back" to his teacher. ---------------------- ANSWER BACK to somebody.
Resongar, contestar groseramente. to reply rudely to someone who has more authority than you. (see also: talk back).
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Resongar, contestar groseramente. to reply rudely to someone who has more authority than you. (see also: talk back).
ANSWER BACK to somebody. ----- Hey Gabrielito, don’t you dare "answer me back"!. ---------------------- ANSWER BACK to somebody.
The book I ordered arrived in the mail, but it wasn’t in good condition so I "sent it back" and now I’m waiting for the replacement. ---------------------- send something back
Devolver, regresar. to return something to the company you bought it from because it is unsuitable or damaged.
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Devolver, regresar. to return something to the company you bought it from because it is unsuitable or damaged.
The trousers were the wrong size, so I "sent them straight back". ---------------------- send something back
Airline tickets will "set them back" about two thousand dollars, or about fifteen hundred if they’re flying on a budget airline. ---------------------- (set something/somebody back) something.
Salir por (las nubes), salir muy caro. to cost someone a particular amount of money, usually a large amount of money.
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Salir por (las nubes), salir muy caro. to cost someone a particular amount of money, usually a large amount of money.
Jose Romo said, this repair work is likely to "set me back" more than $500. ---------------------- (set something/somebody back) something.
The dentist assistent said, we can "set the appointment back" a few days if you can't make it tomorrow. ---------------------- set back.
Retrasar, posponer. to delay the progress of something/somebody by a particular time.
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Retrasar, posponer. to delay the progress of something/somebody by a particular time.
The mayor of Chicago said, the bad weather "set back" the building programme by several weeks. ---------------------- set back.
Obama said, I can’t just "sit back" and wait for other people to solve the problem of global warming. We all have to do whatever we can to help. ---------------------- sit back.
Sentarse y relajarse, recostarse, inclinarse, reclinarse. to to relax in a chair and wait for something to happen without making any effort to do anything yourself. (see also: sit around).
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Sentarse y relajarse, recostarse, inclinarse, reclinarse. to to relax in a chair and wait for something to happen without making any effort to do anything yourself. (see also: sit around).
Hey Edith, you can't just "sit back" and wait for job offers to come to you. ---------------------- sit back.
Mike Pence said that some companies are "hanging back" to see how much demand there actually is going to be for these phones. ---------------------- hang back.
Estar inseguro. No moverse. to be unwilling to do something.
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Estar inseguro. No moverse. to be unwilling to do something.
I was sure Veronica Ruiz knew the answer but for some reason she "hung back"... Donal was "hanging back" from signing the agreement. ---------------------- hang back.

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