PHRASAL VERBS out 6

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I don’t usually teach young kids said teacher Melany. They wear me out after a while and I get very tired. -------------- wear out.
empezar lección
Agotar, cansar, fatigar. to make someone very tired.

Grandma said that looking after six small children is enough to wear anyone out. -------------- wear out.
empezar lección
Agotar, cansar, fatigar. to make someone very tired.

Emmy runs ten kilometers every day and wear a pair of running shoes out in two or three months. Then he has to buy a new pair. -------------- wear out.
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Gastar algo, Desgastar algo. ato use something so much that it becomes weak or damaged and cannot be used any more, or to become weak and damaged in this way.

I've already worn out two pairs of shoes this year. -------------- wear out.
empezar lección
Gastar algo, Desgastar algo. ato use something so much that it becomes weak or damaged and cannot be used any more, or to become weak and damaged in this way.

The new government will try to weed corrupt officials out. They’ll arrest them, charge them, and punish them if they’re found guilty in court. -------------- weed out.
empezar lección
Deshacerse de, extirpar, quitar. erradicar. to get rid of people or things that you do not want from a group. (see also: root out).

The first round of interviews will weed out the weakest applicants. -------------- weed out.
empezar lección
Deshacerse de, extirpar, quitar. erradicar. to get rid of people or things that you do not want from a group. (see also: root out).

The government tried to wipe out the mafia, but all they could do was put away a few of the less important members. -------------- wipe out.
empezar lección
Aniquilar, destruir, remover por completo. to destroy or get rid of something.

In California, two whole villages were wiped out in the flood. -------------- wipe out.
empezar lección
Aniquilar, destruir, remover por completo. to destroy or get rid of something.

Some hospitals hand out free samples of baby milk. -------------- hand out.
empezar lección
distribuir, repartir. to give something to each person in a group of people. (see also: give out, pass out).

The dreamers stood on the street corner "handing out" leaflets soporting Hilary Clinton. -------------- hand out.
empezar lección
distribuir, repartir. to give something to each person in a group of people. (see also: give out, pass out).

Raul de Molina’s plan to lose weight didn’t work out as he’d hoped. He hurt his back at the gym and couldn’t do any exercise for weeks. ---------------------- work out.
empezar lección
Funcionar. to happen or develop in a particular way. (see also: come off, pan out, turn out).

Martin said, I got married later that year but it didn't work out. ---------------------- work out.
empezar lección
Funcionar. to happen or develop in a particular way. (see also: come off, pan out, turn out).

I'm still trying to work out, this last crossword clue. -------------- (work out) something.
empezar lección
Encontrar una solucion para algo, LLegar a una conclusion, Resolver. to find the answer or understand something by thinking about it. (see also: figure out) (mainly British & Australian).

WORK OUT something. ---------------------- Elias tried to work out another way to lose weight. His doctor said he should cut out desserts, but Elias said he just couldn’t give them up. ----------------------------- WORK OUT something.
empezar lección
Encontrar una solución para algo, LLegar a una conclusión, Resolver. to find the answer or understand something by thinking about it. (see also: figure out) (mainly British & Australian).

Eventually I worked out, that the parcel had been sent to Paris by mistake. -------------- (work out) something.
empezar lección
LLegar a una conclusion, Encontrar una solucion para algo, Resolver. to find the answer or understand something by thinking about it. (see also: figure out) (mainly British & Australian).

I signed my name and wrote it out in block capitals underneath. -------------- (write out) something.
empezar lección
Escribir por completo algo. to complete an official document by writing information on it.

I waited while my doctor wrote out the prescription for the medicine I needed. -------------- (write out) something.
empezar lección
Escribir por completo algo. to complete an official document by writing information on it.

Doctor Lee wrote me out a prescription for painkillers. -------------- (write out) something.
empezar lección
Escribir por completo algo. to complete an official document by writing information on it.

Elias said that it was very noisy in the stadium. Fans were yelling out as loud as they could to cheer on their team. -------------- yell out.
empezar lección
Gritar. to shout something or make a loud noise, usually when you are angry, in pain or excited. (see also: call out, cry out).

Our neighbours always are yelling out obscenities at each other. -------------- yell out.
empezar lección
Gritar. to shout something or make a loud noise, usually when you are angry, in pain or excited. (see also: call out, cry out).

ZOOM OUT ....... Before taking the next picture, the photographer Raul de Molina zoomed out so he could get the girl’s whole family in the photograph. -------------- zoom out.
empezar lección
Agrandar la lente, enfocar mas lejos, alejar de la lente de una camara. to adjust a camera to make a person or thing being photographed appear smaller or farther away.

The camera suddenly zooms out showing the whole mass of demonstrators. -------------- zoom out.
empezar lección
Alejar de la lente de una camara. to adjust a camera to make a person or thing being photographed appear smaller or farther away.

Zoom out ----------- Uncle Elias flipping chicken wings on the grill. -----------
empezar lección
Alejar de la lente de una camara. to adjust a camera to make a person or thing being photographed appear smaller or farther away.

Jane made out a cheque and handed it to me. -------------- make out.
empezar lección
Jane made out a cheque and handed it to me. Escribir, hacer un cheque. to write all the necessary information on a document such as a cheque. (UK). check (US).

Please make the cheque out to Well group Clinics. -------------- make out.
empezar lección
Escribir, hacer un cheque. to write all the necessary information on a document such as a cheque. (UK). check (US).

Bolillo "made out that" he was ill so that he didn't have to go to school. -------------- make out (that).
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imventar. to invent or pretend that something is true.

Veronica made out that she'd won the lottery. -------------- make out (that).
empezar lección
imventar. to invent or pretend that something is true.

MAKE OUT -------- “Hey, Danny, How did your team make out yesterday?” Oh, “We won.” -------------- make out.
empezar lección
irle. to succeed, or to continue in a particular way. (See also: get on).

Hello, Mrs Obama. How are your children making out at the new school?. -------------- make out.
empezar lección
irle. to succeed, or to continue in a particular way. (See also: get on).

Before she’d finished high school, Noemi knew what she wanted to do in life and she’d even "mapped out" a career path for herself. -------------- map out.
empezar lección
Planificar, planear. to plan something in detail.

The government has issued a new document "mapping out" its policies on emmigration. -------------- map out.
empezar lección
Planificar, planear. to plan something in detail.

Don't pussy out on me now, they believe you, they believe every fucking word you're saying. And you know why? Because you're super cool." -------------- pussy out.
empezar lección
Acobardarse, rajarse. a rather rude way to say ‘chicken out,’ meaning be to scared to do something.

You almost gave me a goddamn heart attack. Let me see it. Did you pussy out or what?. -------------- pussy out.
empezar lección
Acobardarse, rajarse. a rather rude way to say ‘chicken out,’ meaning be to scared to do something.

Pepin was planning to ask her to dance, but then he chickened out. -------------- chicken out.
empezar lección
Acobardarse, recular, echarse atrás, echarse para atrás.

Julio was going to ask her on a date, but he chickened out at the last minute. -------------- chicken out.
empezar lección
Acobardarse, recular, echarse atrás, echarse para atrás.


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