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Victor Junior "dropped out" of school before completing his degree. ------------- drop out.
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Victor Junior "dropped out" of school be inglés
Decertar, Abandonar, dejar. to leave something such as an activity, school, or competition before you have finished what you intended to do. (see also: opt out).

Oviedo was coming with us to the theatre, but had to "drop out" at the last minute. ------------- drop out.
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Oviedo was coming with us to the theatre inglés
Decertar, Abandonar, dejar. to leave something such as an activity, school, or competition before you have finished what you intended to do. (see also: opt out).

Sergio el checo Perez "dropped out" of the race after two laps. ------------- drop out.
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Sergio el checo Perez "dropped out" of t inglés
Desertar, Abandonar, dejar. to leave something such as an activity, school, or competition before you have finished what you intended to do. (see also: opt out).

Teenagers used to hang out in pool halls on weekends. The boys would play pool while the girls watched them and flirted with them. ---------- hang out.
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Pasar el rato, pasar tiempo. to be or stay somewhere for a period of time without doing much. (see also: hang around with).

Why don't you come over to my house and hang out for awhile. ---------- hang out.
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Pasar el rato, pasar tiempo. to spend time relaxing, talking, or doing something with (someone). (see also: hang around with).

Since Daniel got a girlfriend he stopped "hanging out with" his friends. ---------- hang out with.
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juntarse con. to spend time relaxing, talking, or doing something with (someone). (see also: run around with).

Orlando spent a couple of days "hanging out with" his old friends. ---------- hang out with.
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juntarse con. to spend time relaxing, talking, or doing something with (someone). (see also: run around with).

The striking workers refused the company’s offer of a small wage rise. They "held out for" a bigger raise, and eventually they got it. ---------- hold out for.
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Esperar por algo mejor. to wait until you get what you want and to refuse to accept anything less.

HOLD OUT FOR ------------ Mike Mastruany said, we could sell now or we could "hold out for" a better offer. ---------- hold out for.
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Esperar por algo mejor. to wait until you get what you want and to refuse to accept anything less.

Would you like to help out by addressing the envelopes for the wedding invitations?. ---------- help out.
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Ayudar, echar una mano. to give a hand, to help someone, especially by giving them money or by doing work for them.

I thought I could help out, with the childcare one or two afternoons a week. ---------- help out.
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Ayudar, echar una mano. to give a hand, to help someone, especially by giving them money or by doing work for them.

In Asia, businessmen often invite their customers out to entertainment venues like bars and clubs. ---------- invite out.
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Invitar a salir. to ask someone to go with you to a place, for example a restaurant or the cinema. (see also: ask out).

I've been invited out for dinner by an old friend of mine. ---------- invite out.
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Invitar a salir. to ask someone to go with you to a place, for example a restaurant or the cinema. (see also: ask out).

We’ll have a meeting next week to iron out any final details in the contract, and then we can go ahead and sign it.---------- iron out.
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Resolver pequeños detalles., aclarar las cosas. to find a way of solving small difficulties or problems, or to find a way of ending a disagreement. (see also: clear up, sort out, straighten out).

We're still trying to iron out some problems with our computer system. ---------- iron out.
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Resolver pequeños detalles., aclarar las cosas. to find a way of solving small difficulties or problems, or to find a way of ending a disagreement. (see also: clear up, sort out, straighten out).

Sofia Vergara ironed the wrinkles out of the dress. ---------- iron out.
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planchar. to remove (wrinkles) in cloth by using a heated iron.

I should iron out my suit for my interview tomorrow. ---------- iron out.
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planchar. to remove (wrinkles) in cloth by using a heated iron.

Ralf jutted out his jaw in defiance. ---------- jut, or jut out.
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Sobresalir, resaltar. to (cause to) stick out, especially above or past the edge or surface of something more than normal. (see also: stick out).

The peninsula juts out into the bay. ---------- jut, or jut out.
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Sobresalir, resaltar. to (cause to) stick out, especially above or past the edge or surface of something more than normal. (see also: stick out).

The edge of the roof juts out a few feet. ---------- jut, or jut out.
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Sobresalir, resaltar. to (cause to) stick out, especially above or past the edge or surface of something more than normal. (see also: stick out).

The front of Oscar's car got hit, because it was jutting out into a busy traffic lane. ---------- jut, or jut out.
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Sobresalir, resaltar. to (cause to) stick out, especially above or past the edge or surface of something more than normal. (see also: stick out).

Some young fashion models like Samantha Cameron are so thin that their bones jut out. ---------- jut, or jut out.
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Sobresalir, resaltar. to (cause to) stick out, especially above or past the edge or surface of something more than normal. (see also: stick out).

Every year Melany Trump mail her catalogue out to over 100,000 customers. ---------- mail out.
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Mandar por correo regular o electronico. to send many copies of a letter, advertisement, etc. by mail at one time. (see also: send out).

Hey Alicia, go to the post office and ask how much it’d cost to mail out 1,000 brochures. ---------- mail out.
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Mandar por correo regular o electronico. to send many copies of a letter, advertisement, etc. by mail at one time. (see also: send out).

Rose handwriting isn’t very clear and it’s difficult to read. Can you make this word out?. ---------- make something out.
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Rose handwriting isn’t very clear and it inglés
descifrar, percivir, alcanzar a ver. to see, hear, or understand someone or something with difficulty. (see also: figure out).

Emy said, I can barely (make a few words out) on this book. ---------- make something out.
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Emy said, I can barely (make a few words inglés
descifrar, percivir, alcanzar a ver. to see, hear, or understand someone or something with difficulty. (see also: figure out).

Marck Antony and Jenifer Lopez made out each other passionately. ---------- make out.
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Besar apasionadamene. to have sex, or to kiss and touch in a sexual way.

The young lovers made out on the park bench last night. ---------- make out.
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Besar apasionadamene. to have sex, or to kiss and touch in a sexual way.

Becky G. was necking with her new boyfriend. ---------- to neck (OLD-FASHIONED).
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Besar apasionadamene. to kiss for a long time in a sexual way. (see also: make out).

The young lovers necked on the park bench. ---------- to neck (OLD-FASHIONED).
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Besar apasionadamene. to kiss for a long time in a sexual way. (see also: make out).

Jane friend's offered to her some shares in his company. She didn’t buy any, so she missed out when his company made a fortune. ---------- miss out.
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Dejar pasar, perderse la oportunidad. to fail to use an opportunity to enjoy or get an advantage from something. (see also: lose out, pass up).

The manager of the Waltmart store said, hey, don't miss out on the fantastic bargains in our summer sale. ---------- miss out.
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Dejar pasar, perderse la oportunidad. to fail to use an opportunity to enjoy or get an advantage from something. (see also: lose out, pass up).

The government believed the terrorist would "hide out" in caves for years, if necessary. ---------- hide, or hide out.
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Esconderse, ocultarse. to go to or stay at a place where you cannot be seen or found.

Photographers were "hiding out" behind the fence. ---------- hide, or hide out.
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Esconderse, ocultarse. to go to or stay at a place where you cannot be seen or found.

My wife is a shopaholic, she's already "maxed out" six credit cards this year, and now she wants another one!. ------- max out.
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Llegar al limite. to use or reach an upper limit: to come to the highest level possible.

Most athletes "max out" before the age of 30. ------- max out.
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Llegar al limite. to use or reach an upper limit: to come to the highest level possible.

Poly's "maxed out" his health insurance and owned a lot of money and he ran away. ------- max out.
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Llegar al limite. to use or reach an upper limit: to come to the highest level possible.


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