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Emmy said, If I average out what I earn a month, it's about one thousand and six hundred dollars. ------ average out.
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Calcular el promedio, sacar la medida o la suma total... to calculate the average of a set of numbers or amounts.

Sandra said, some days in the furniture we sell more, some days we sell less, but sales average out at about 150 units a day. ---- average out.
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Calcular el promedio, sacar la medida o la suma total. to calculate the average of a set of numbers or amounts.

Oviedo, before the job interview begins you’ll have to fill out your application form, so make sure you take a pen. ----- fill out...
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Completar, llenar una forma. to add information such as your name or address in the empty spaces on an official document. (see also: fill in).

Pedro said, It took me a long time to fill out the application form. ----- fill out...
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Completar, llenar una forma. to add information such as your name or address in the empty spaces on an official document. (see also: fill in).

Becky blew out the candles on her birthday cake, and then she made a wish. ----- blow out...
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Apagar, soplar. if you blow out a flame, or if it blows out, it stops burning because you blow on it or because of the wind.

BLOW OUT ------ Don Berny blew out all 60 candles on his birthday cake. ----- blow out.
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Apagar, soplar. if you blow out a flame, or if it blows out, it stops burning because you blow on it or because of the wind.

You can download the software Quito and try it out. If it works well and does what you need it to do, then you can buy it.------ try out...
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Probar, tratar. to test something in order to find out if it works or to decide whether you like it.

At Chase bank they're trying out a new security system. ------ try out...
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Probar, tratar. to test something in order to find out if it works or to decide whether you like it.

Have a look at the colour chart Ceci and let me know which one you’d pick out for the kitchen. ----- pick out...
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Escoger. to choose one thing or person or several things or people from a large group. (see also: decide on, go for).

Cesi picked out a pink shirt for me to try on. ----- pick out...
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Escoger. to choose one thing or person or several things or people from a large group. (see also: decide on, go for).

Samy "pointed out" the fact that many people who smoke die of lung or heart disease, and Orlando said he understood but just couldn’t quit. ----- point out.
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Puntualizar, estipular, acentuar. to tell someone a fact that they did not already know, especially one that is important in the present discussion or situation.

I "pointed out" that long term this would undoubtedly cost us more. ----- point out.
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Puntualizar, estipular, acentuar. to tell someone a fact that they did not already know, especially one that is important in the present discussion or situation.

"Point out" the guy you like Yacky and I’ll go and ask him to come over for a drink. ----- point out...
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Señalar. to make a person notice someone or something, usually by telling them where they are or by holding up one of your fingers towards them.

If you see Ceci you must point her out to me. ----- point out...
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Señalar. to make a person notice someone or something, usually by telling them where they are or by holding up one of your fingers towards them.

Mom said, we’ve run out of milk. Could you run down to the shop son and get some more, please?. ------ run out...
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quedarse sin, acabarse. to use all of something so that there is none left.

Could you get some more orange juice dady? We're about to run out. ------ run out...
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quedarse sin, acabarse. to use all of something so that there is none left.

We didn’t go into the old building because the sign said, ‘Keep out’. ------ keep out...
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Mantener, mantenerse fuera de. to not go into a place, or to stop something from going into a place.

My wife hung up a thick curtain to keep out the draught. ------ keep out...
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Mantener, mantenerse fuera de. to not go into a place, or to stop something from going into a place.

If I’m in a private meeting, keep people out until it’s finished. ------ keep out...
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Mantenerse alejado de. to not become involved in something, or to stop someone or something from becoming involved.

Quito, you should "keep out" of the sun until you put on some sunscreen, or you might get a painful sunburn. ------------------- keep out.
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Mantenerse alejado de. to not become involved in something, or to stop someone or something from becoming involved.

Don't let the baby play with the checker, he could choke on it.
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juego de las damas chinas. a game for two players using 24 round pieces on a board marked with black and white squares.

One of the checkers is missing from the game set. --------- Checkers (US) or draughts (UK).
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juego de las damas chinas. a game for two players using 24 round pieces on a board marked with black and white squares.

You may want to seal the windows with plastic to stop "drafts". ---- draught.
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Corriente de aire. cool air moving in a closed space (such as a room).

We hung up a thick curtain to keep out the "draught". ---- draught.
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Corriente de aire. cool air moving in a closed space (such as a room).

A prisoner broke out of jail, but the police caught him quickly and put him back inside. ------ break out...
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Escaparse. to escape from prison.

El Chapo broke out of the prison camp by digging a tunnel. ------ break out...
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Escaparse. to escape from prison.

Brat Pitt and Angelina Jolie have a lot of problems to "work out" with their marriage. ------------ work out.
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Solucionar, encontrar la solucion, crear algo, resolver. to resolve or to find the answer to something.

Jane "worked out" a plan to save money in the company. ------------ work out.
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Solucionar, encontrar la solucion, crear algo, resolver. to resolve or to find the answer to something.

Emmy, quickly read the sentence that the phrasal verb is in. Can you "work out" the meaning?. ------------ work out. (UK).
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Entender, comprender. to understand something or decide something after thinking very carefully.

Bolillo does these crazy things, and I just can't "work him out". ------------ work out. (UK).
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Entender, comprender. to understand something or decide something after thinking very carefully.

Kaz always just "clears out" her cluttered closet. ---------------------------- clear out.
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Desalojar, remover, limpiar. to remove unwanted things from (an area or place).

We need to clear all the junk out of the attic. ----------------------------- clear out.
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Desalojar, remover, limpiar. to remove unwanted things from (an area or place).

My God-damned landlord's given me a week to clear out of my flat. -------------------------------- clear out.
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Desalojar, remover, limpiar. to remove unwanted things from (an area or place).

When Kaz was a baby she was always "cluttering" my room. ----------------------------------- to clutter.
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Hacer tiradero. desordenar, poner patas arriba. To make something messy.

Quito, don't "clutter" my desk with your paperwork!. ----------------------- to clutter.
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Hacer tiradero. desordenar, poner patas arriba. To make something messy.

Kaz always just "clears, BLANK," her cluttered room.
(3 words).
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OUT ----------------------- Kaz always just clears OUT her cluttered room.
Desalojar, remover, limpiar. to remove unwanted things from (an area or place).


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