PHRASAL VERBS out 10

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Nelson's wife was so angry with him that she shut her husband out of the house. ---------- shut out.
empezar lección
No dejar entrar a alguien. to prevent a person or animal from entering a place, usually by closing a door or gate. (see also: keep out).

SHUT OUT ----- Essy said, I'd just shut the dog out because I was cleaning the kitchen floor. ---------- SHUT OUT.
empezar lección
No dejar entrar a alguien. to prevent a person or animal from entering a place, usually by closing a door or gate. (see also: keep out).

The Irak country has been able to celebrate the return of its independence so brutally snuffed out in 1940. ---------- snuff out.
empezar lección
Apagar, acabar con algo, acabar o matar a alguien. to cause the end of (something) or to kill (someone).

One by one Sammy snuffed out the candles. ---------- snuff out.
empezar lección
Apagar, acabar con algo, acabar o matar a alguien. to cause the end of (something) or to kill (someone).

Some reporters on Fox sports said that their chances of winning the final game were snuffed out. ---------- snuff out.
empezar lección
Apagar, acabar con algo, acabar o matar a alguien. to cause the end of (something) or to kill (someone).

Jhon Sebastian's life was snuffed out by cancer. ---------- snuff out.
empezar lección
Apagar, acabar con algo, acabar o matar a alguien. to cause the end of (something) or to kill (someone).

ICISS threatened to snuff Donal out. ---------- snuff out.
empezar lección
Apagar, acabar con algo, acabar o matar a alguien. to cause the end of (something) or to kill (someone).

Pepin said, it was a terrible movie, but I had to sit it out because I went with my girlfriend and she wanted to see how it ended. ------ sit out.
empezar lección
Esperar a que algo desagradable pase. to wait for something unpleasant to finish before taking any action. (see also: see through, see out).

The US government is prepared to sit out the strike rather than agree to union demands. ------ sit out.
empezar lección
Esperar a que algo desagradable pase. to wait for something unpleasant to finish before taking any action. (see also: see through, see out).

My files were in a mess said April, so I spent an hour sorting them out and putting them back where they belong. ---------- sort out.
empezar lección
Separar y ordenar. to separate one type of thing from a group of things. (see also: straighten out, tidy up).

Quito please, sort out the books you want and put them on the table. ---------- sort out.
empezar lección
Separar y ordenar. to separate one type of thing from a group of things. (see also: straighten out, tidy up).

Edagar asked, who’s sorting out everything for the seminar, like the venue, the speakers, catering and everything else that needs to be taken care of?. ---------- sort out. (UK).
empezar lección
Preparar, planear, organizar. to make arrangements for something to happen, or to decide how it will happen. (see also: figure out, work out).

Rose’s organizing the party at Haddady and she said that the food and the music is already sorted out. ---------- sort out. (UK).
empezar lección
Preparar, planear, organizar. to make arrangements for something to happen, or to decide how it will happen. (see also: figure out, work out).

SPEAK OUT ----------- Maria Elena Salinas said, If you are treated unfairly you should "speak out". If you don’t speak out, nobody will know about it and nothing will be done. ------------------------------------ SPEAK OUT.
empezar lección
Revelarse, ponerse al pedo. to publicly express your opinions, especially in order to criticize or oppose someone or something.

Oviedo lost his job after he "spoke out" against his employers. ------------------------------------------ speak out.
empezar lección
Revelarse, ponerse al pedo. to publicly express your opinions, especially in order to criticize or oppose someone or something.

Our teacher spells out the importance of learning phrasal verbs because he thinks some textbooks don’t emphasize them enough. ---------- spell out.
empezar lección
Explicar con lujo de detalle. to say or explain something very clearly because someone has not understood something.

Teacher Melany said, it’s frustrating when you have to spell everything out for them. ---------- spell out.
empezar lección
Explicar con lujo de detalle. to say or explain something very clearly because someone has not understood something.

Nelson, open the blue print and spread it out on the table so we can all see it. ---------- spread out.
empezar lección
Extender. to open something that is folded [e.g. map, towel] and put it down flat on a surface.

The newborn baby spread his arms out as wide as he can. ---------- spread out.
empezar lección
Extender. to open something that is folded [e.g. map, towel] and put it down flat on a surface.

Kaz spread the map out and showed me where the village was situated. ---------- spread out.
empezar lección
Extender. to open something that is folded [e.g. map, towel] and put it down flat on a surface.

The police staked out the wanted man’s house. They hid in an apartment across the street and waited for him to come home. ---------- stake out.
empezar lección
Mantener abajo vigilancia. to wait outside a building and watch it, especially because something exciting or illegal is happening.

The police in Chicago Heights are staking out oscar's home in case he returns. ---------- stake out.
empezar lección
Mantener bajo vigilancia. to wait outside a building and watch it, especially because something exciting or illegal is happening.

The Mexican government has been unable to stamp police corruption out, mostly because the police officers don’t usually like to arrest their colleagues. ---------- stamp out.
empezar lección
Arrancar de raiz, acabar con, extirpar. to get rid of something that is considered wrong or harmful. (see also: wipe out, root out).

The government has brought in new laws to stamp out child prostitution. ---------- stamp out.
empezar lección
Arrancar de raiz, acabar con, extirpar. to get rid of something that is considered wrong or harmful. (see also: wipe out, root out).

Alicia's green hair makes her really stand out. If she’s in a crowd, it’s easy to pick her out. ---------- stand out.
empezar lección
Destacarse, Sobresalir, resaltar. if someone or something stands out, they are very noticeable because they look different or behave differently from other people or things. (see also: stick out).

Children are often anxious not to stand out at school. ---------- stand out.
empezar lección
Destacarse, Sobresalir, resaltar. if someone or something stands out, they are very noticeable because they look different or behave differently from other people or things. (see also: stick out).

Melany started out as an English teacher in a small elementary school, and now she’s the principal of a famous secondary school. ---------- start out.
empezar lección
Empezar como. to begin as one thing and develop into something else. (see also: start off).

Some businesses as facebook and wassup, start out as hobbies. ---------- start out.
empezar lección
Empezar como. to begin as one thing and develop into something else. (see also: start off).

During the meeting, Jane stepped out into the corridor with the manager so they could speak in private for a minute. ---------- step out.
empezar lección
Salir por un momento de un lugar. to leave a place for a short period of time. (see also: pop out).

Maria Carmona just stepped out for a few minutes - I'll get her to call you back, ok?. ---------- step out.
empezar lección
Salir por un momento de un lugar. to leave a place for a short period of time. (see also: pop out).

I knew the thief had a gun. I could see it sticking out of his pocket said the bank teller. ---------- stick out...
empezar lección
Sobresalir, resaltar. if part of something sticks out, it comes out beyond the edge or surface of something. (see also: jut out).

Salma Hayek said that she'd be prettier if her teeth didn't stick out. ---------- stick out...
empezar lección
Sobresalir, resaltar. if part of something sticks out, it comes out beyond the edge or surface of something. (see also: jut out).

Jenny Gonzalez tried to shut out the images in her mind. ---------- shut out...
empezar lección
Bloquear, no dejar entrar luz, sonido, etc. to prevent a sound or light from being heard or seen. (see also: keep out).

Maria said. Could you close the curtains and shut out some light?. ---------- shut out...
empezar lección
Bloquear, no dejar entrar luz, sonido, etc. to prevent a sound or light from being heard or seen. (see also: keep out).

Ana said, it’s very bright in here. Would you mind if I closed the curtains to shut out the sunlight?. ---------- shut out.
empezar lección
Bloquear, no dejar entrar luz, sonido, etc. to prevent a sound or light from being heard or seen. (see also: keep out).

My neighbor plays his music so loud, I just have to "filter out" the distraction in order to get to sleep. ------------------ FILTER OUT.
empezar lección
ignorar, hacer oídos sordos. to ignore something or someone.

Erick just "filrtered out" aunt's remark about the pictures on facebook.------------------ filter out.
empezar lección
ignorar, hacer oídos sordos. to ignore something or someone.

Ceci said, pour the tea through a strainer to "filter out" the tea leaves. ------------------ filter out.
empezar lección
filtrar... to remove something using a sieve, strain. or a special system, device, etc.

The test is used to "filter out" candidates who may be unsuitable. ------------------ FILTER OUT.
empezar lección
filtrar, descartar. to remove something using a sieve, strain. or a special system, device, etc.


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