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It’s hard for gay sports stars and movie stars as Ricky Martin to come out and be open about their sexuality. They know many prejudiced fans will reject them. ---- come out.
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Salir del closet. to tell people that you are homosexual.

Aureliano decided he had to come out, so he told his family he was gay. ---- come out.
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Salir del closet. to tell people that you are homosexual.

Nelson said that when we take on a big job like building a dam, we contract out some of the work, such as road and bridge construction, to other companies. ------ contract out.
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Subcontratar. to formally arrange for other people to do a job which you are responsible for.

CONTRACT OUT. -------- The owner of company pointed out that it’s cheaper to contract some work out than to do it all ourselves. ------ CONTRACT OUT.
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Subcontratar. to formally arrange for other people to do a job which you are responsible for.

Pedro Gamboa had the talent to become a great lawyer, but he copped out and became a law teacher instead because it was more secure financially. ------ cop out.
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Acobardarse, escabullirse, rajarse, echarse para atras sobre algo, retractarse o lavarse las manos. to not do something that you are expected to to fail to do or to deal with a problem or situation.

Martin Patino said, I should’ve set up my own business, but I copped out and kept my job instead. ------ cop out.
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Acobardarse, escabullirse, rajarse, echarse para atras sobre algo, retractarse o lavarse las manos. to not do something that you are expected to to fail to do or to deal with a problem or situation.

Ceci said she would come, but then she copped out at the last minute. ------ cop out.
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Acobardarse, escabullirse, rajarse, echarse para atras sobre algo, retractarse o lavarse las manos. to not do something that you are expected to to fail to do or to deal with a problem or situation.

Some people accused president Obama of copping out on the issue of immigrants in the US. ------ cop out.
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Acobardarse, escabullirse, rajarse, echarse para atras sobre algo, retractarse o lavarse las manos. to not do something that you are expected to to fail to do or to deal with a problem or situation.

Luis Gutierrez accused the mayor of copping out on the issue of homelessness. ------ cop out.
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Acobardarse, escabullirse, rajarse, echarse para atras sobre algo, retractarse o lavarse las manos. to not do something that you are expected to to fail to do or to deal with a problem or situation.

If you’re going to the pub, count me out. I’d like to come along but I promised my wife I’d go straight home tonight. ----- count out.
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Excluir, descartar a alguien. to exclude someone or somethig.

Bob Proctor said to count him out if we’re booking a table for dinner. He’s too busy writing his new book. ----- count out.
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Excluir, descartar a alguien. to exclude someone or somethig

The Ford company cranks out hundreds of cars every day. ----- crank out.
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Producir a grandes cantidades pero de mala calidad. to produce (something) quickly or carelessly and without thinking about what you are doing.

They’re a terrible band. They crank out the same boring old songs night after night. ----- crank out.
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Producir a grandes cantidades pero de mala calidad. to produce (something) quickly or carelessly and without thinking about what you are doing.

George Ramos cranks out on average of 23 new novels a year. ----- crank out.
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Producir a grandes cantidades pero de mala calidad. to produce (something) quickly or carelessly and without thinking about what you are doing.

Don Bernie crashed out on the couch after the party and slept there all night.----- crash out.
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Quedarse dormido. to go to sleep suddenly because you are very tired.

Uncle Robert was really tired. He crashed out on the sofa while watching TV.----- crash out.
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Quedarse dormido. to go to sleep suddenly because you are very tired.

Hey Rose please check the guest list and cross out the names of all the people who didn’t come. ----- cross out.
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Marcar con una X. Put as line through some writing to show it is wrong.

Efrain said that If you make a mistake, just cross it out and write down your correction. ----- cross out.
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Marcar con una X. Put as line through some writing to show it is wrong.

The wounded soldier cried out in pain as his friends picked him up and put him on a stretcher. ---- cry out.
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Gritar de dolor o miedo. To shout because you are in pain. (see also: call out, yell out).

Katty cried out in fear when a big black spider fell on her face. ---- cry out.
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Gritar de dolor o miedo. To shout because you are in pain. (see also: call out, yell out).

The kids were running around the living room when their father told them to cut it out before they broke something. ------- cut out.
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Parar de hacer algo. Dejar de hacer algo. something that you say to tell someone to stop doing something annoying.

Cut that out kids!’, Lalo yelled at his kids, and they stopped running around. -------- cut out.
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Parar de hacer algo. Dejar de hacer algo. something that you say to tell someone to stop doing something annoying.

Our son’s a professional football player and whenever his picture’s in the newspaper, my wife cuts it out and puts it in a special scrapbook. -------- cut out.
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Recortar. to remove something by cutting, especially something made of paper or cloth.

My daughter likes to cut out and keep interesting magazine articles. ------- CUT OUT.
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Recortar. to remove something by cutting, especially something made of paper or cloth.

Many languages are dying out because fewer and fewer people are learning them and speaking them. ----- die out.
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Desaparecer, extinguirse poco a poco. to become more and more rare and then disappear completely.

Dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. ----- die out.
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Desaparecer, extinguirse poco a poco. to become more and more rare and then disappear completely.

Karla said, Maurisio, could you dish the potatoes out for me, please?. ---- dish out.
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Servir. to serve food to people, usually by putting it onto plates.

The restaurant "dishes out" more than 500 meals every night. ---- dish out.
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Servir. to serve food to people, usually by putting it onto plates.

When Melany Trump gets drunk she either dishes out praise that’s too high, or dishes out criticism that’s too harsh. She never gets it right. ---- dish out, or dish it out.
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Hablar muy mal de alguien, Criticar hirientemente. to say, criticize or punish someone severely to people without thinking about it carefully. (see also: give out, hand out).

George Alpayo was on TV last night, dishing out at some immigrants. ---- dish out, or dish it out.
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Hablar muy mal de alguien, Criticar hirientemente. to say, criticize or punish someone severely to people without thinking about it carefully. (see also: give out, hand out).

Donal dishes it out, but gets all hurt when anyone responds. ---- dish out, or dish it out.
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Hablar muy mal de alguien, Criticar hirientemente. to say, criticize or punish someone severely to people without thinking about it carefully. (see also: give out, hand out).

During the war, people were driven out of their homes by invading soldiers and forced them to live in refugee camps. ------ drive out.
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Sacar, echar, expulsar, correr a alguien o algo a la fuerza... to force someone or something to leave a place.

The natives were driven out of their villages by the foreign invaders. ------ drive out.
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Sacar, echar, expulsar, correr a alguien o algo a la fuerza... to force someone or something to leave a place.

Ibanka and Melany have "fallen out" and are, no longer speaking to each other. ----------------------- fall out (with somebody).
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Pelerse, enemistarse, reñir con alguien. to have an argument with somebody so that you are no longer friendly with them.

Hey Bolillo If you do not stop gossiping, all your friends are going to "fall out" with you. ----------------------- fall out (with somebody).
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Pelerse, enemistarse, reñir con alguien. to have an argument with somebody so that you are no longer friendly with them.

Rocio Durcal said, I haven't seen Juan Gabriel since we "fell out" last year. ----------------------- fall out (with somebody).
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Pelerse, enemistarse, reñir con alguien. to have an argument with somebody so that you are no longer friendly with them.


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