PHRASAL VERBS con "A" 7

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Ibanka "puts aside" $100 a month for clothes. ---------------------- (put aside) something.
Ibanka "puts aside" $100 a month for clothes.
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or (put something aside).
Apartar, poner aparte, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).

Hugo Barba inherited some money when his grandfather died, and spent about half of it and "put the rest aside" for the future. ---------------------- (put aside) something.
Hugo Barba inherited some money when his grandfather died, and spent about half of it and "put the rest aside" for the future. ---------------------- (put aside) something.
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or (put something aside).
Apartar, poner aparte, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).

Doctor dyer said that when people in Buddhist countries cook food, they often "put some aside" and offer it to monks when they come by in the morning. ---------------------- (put aside) something.
Doctor dyer said that when people in Buddhist countries cook food, they often "put some aside" and offer it to monks when they come by in the morning. ---------------------- (put aside) something.
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or (put something aside).
Apartar, poner aparte, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).

SET something ASIDE --------- Hey Andrew, are you sure you’ve "set enough money aside" for your trip to Japan?. Everything’s very expensive there, you know. ---------------------- SET something ASIDE.
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Apartar, poner aparte, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).

Uncle elias said, I "set aside" half an hour every evening to hear Erika read. ---------------------- set something aside.
Uncle elias said, I "set aside" half an hour every evening to hear Erika read. ---------------------- set something aside.
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or (put something aside).
Apartar, poner aparte, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).

Ibanka said, I had to "lay aside" my wedding plans until after my mother recovered.
Ibanka said, I had to "lay aside" my wedding plans until after my mother recovered. ---------------------- lay aside.
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---------------------- lay aside.
Hacer a un lado, poner de lado; ahorrar. to put something on one side and not use it. to keep something to use, or deal with later.

Ceci "laid aside" the book she had been reading and turned on the TV.
Ibanka said, I had to "lay aside" my wedding plans until after my mother recovered. ---------------------- lay aside.
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---------------------- lay aside.
Hacer a un lado, poner de lado; ahorrar. to put something on one side and not use it. to keep something to use, or deal with later.

Karla has been able to "lay aside" a few dollars each week.
Karla has been able to "lay aside" a few dollars each week. ---------------------- lay aside.
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---------------------- lay aside.
Hacer a un lado, poner de lado; ahorrar. to put something on one side and not use it. to keep something to use, or deal with later.

WALK AWAY ....... Failo "walked away" from a chance to play professional baseball to join the Peace Corps. ---------------------- WALK AWAY.
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Rajarse, Salirse de, librarse de. to decide not to do or be involved in something If you don't like the deal, you can just walk away.

Hey Robert, you can't just "walk away" from your responsibilities!. ---------------------- walk away.
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Salirse de, librarse de. to decide not to do or be involved in something If you don't like the deal, you can just walk away.

Salma Hayek is not one to "walk away" from a challenge. ---------------------- WALK AWAY.
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Salirse de, librarse de. to decide not to do or be involved in something If you don't like the deal, you can just walk away.

Donal "walked away with" the election. ---------------------- (walk away with) something.
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Salir ganador facilmente con algo. to win or obtain something easily.

Messi "walked away with" the gold medal. ---------------------- (WALK AWAY WITH) something.
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Salir ganador facilmente con algo. to win or obtain something easily.

Sergio Perez "walked away with" first place. ---------------------- (walk away with) something.
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Salir ganador facilmente con algo. to win or obtain something easily.

Bolillo "glanced over" the reasons for his absence. ---------------------- glance at, glance over, glance through.
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echar un ojo o leer algo de volada. to look or read something quickly.

Melany "glanced through" the newspaper. ---------------------- glance at, glance over, glance through.
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echar un ojo o leer algo de volada. to look or read something quickly.

Jane "glanced through" the report. ---------------------- glance at, glance over, glance through.
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echar un ojo o leer algo de volada. to look or read something quickly.

April said, our messenger "zips around" on his scooter, picking up and dropping off packages and documents. ---------------------- zip (+ adverb or preposition around, along, etc)
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ir zumbando, ir rapidamente. to move or go somewhere very quickly.

Becky said, I'm just going to "zip along" to the shops - I won't be long. ---------------------- zip (+ adverb or preposition around, along, etc)
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ir zumbando, ir rapidamente. to move or go somewhere very quickly.

Donal said, we were about to cross the road when a car suddenly "zipped past". ---------------------- zip (+ adverb or preposition around, along, etc)
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ir zumbando, ir rapidamente. to move or go somewhere very quickly.

Julio Ramirez says "zipping around" on a bicycle is faster than using a motorbike. ---------------------- zip (+ adverb or preposition around, along, etc)
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ir zumbando, ir rapidamente. to move or go somewhere very quickly.

Quito said, we "zipped through" the store to find my sister some jeans. ---------------------- zip (+ adverb or preposition around, along, etc)
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ir zumbando, ir rapidamente. to move or go somewhere very quickly.


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