PHRASAL VERBS out 7

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Orlando was nosed out of second place by a former colleague. -------------- nose out.
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vencer por una nariz, por un pelito. to defeat someone by a small amount, especially in an election or a sport.

My horse was nosed out at the finish line. -------------- nose out.
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vencer por una nariz, por un pelito. to defeat someone by a small amount, especially in an election or a sport.

Ines and Juan fell out because of a disagreement over money, and now they’re not talking to each other. -------------- fall out.
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pelear, reñir, discutir. to quarrel, to argue with someone and stop being friendly with them.

I haven't seen Karla since we fell out last month. -------------- fall out.
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pelear, reñir, discutir. to quarrel, to argue with someone and stop being friendly with them.

Even though I’ve known her for a couple of years, I still haven’t figured Kathy out. I never know what she’s really thinking. -------------- figure out.
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Entender, comprender, decifrar. to understand what someone is like and why they behave in the way that they do or to find the answer to something by thinking carefully. (see also: work out).

Good managers can figure people out and deal with them effectively. -------------- figure out.
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Entender, comprender, decifrar. to understand what someone is like and why they behave in the way that they do or to find the answer to something by thinking carefully. (see also: work out).

The band was really popular for a few months, but interest in them fizzled out when their good-looking singer left to form another band. --------- fizzle, or fizzle out.
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Desbanecerse, acabarse. Cortarse, apagarse, decaer, acabarse. to gradually fail or endend often in a disappointing or weak way. (see also: die out, same as: fizzle).

There used to be a lot of interest in the company, but it’s fizzled out now. --------- fizzle, or fizzle out.
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Desbanecerse, acabarse. Cortarse, apagarse, decaer, acabarse. to gradually fail or endend often in a disappointing or weak way. (see also: die out, same as: fizzle).

The flow of water would fizzle out when the boy stepped on the hose. --------- fizzle, or fizzle out.
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Desbanecerse, acabarse. Cortarse, apagarse, decaer, acabarse. to gradually fail or endend often in a disappointing or weak way. (see also: die out, same as: fizzle).

Rihanna tried to get out of the burning car but she couldn’t open the door. It was stuck, so she yelled out, `Help! I can’t get out!’. -------------- get out.
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Salir. salirse. to move out of a vehicle.

Ok, I'll stop at the lights and you can get out ?. -------------- get out.
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Salir. salirse. to move out of a vehicle.

My daughter hates going to the dentist. She always tries to get out of it by saying she feels sick. -------------- get out of.
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Ebadir. to avoid doing something that you should do, often by giving an excuse.

I've got a meeting this morning but I'll see if I can get out of it. -------------- get out of.
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Ebadir. to avoid doing something that you should do, often by giving an excuse.

Could you give these test papers out to the students, please?. -------------- (give out) something.
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Dar, repartir. to give something to a large number of people. (see also: hand out).

Luis Gutierrez said I'll give out leaflets for the imigrants in town. -------------- (give out) something.
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repartir. to give something to a large number of people. (see also: hand out).

GIVE OUT ---------- When the supply of oil gives out, we might have to use cars powered by electricity instead. -------------- give out.
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Agotarse, acabarse. if a supply of something gives out, it finishes and there is none left. (see also: run out, used up).

The food supplies will give out by the end of the week. -------------- give out.
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Agotarse, acabarse. if a supply of something gives out, it finishes and there is none left. (see also: run out, used up).

After burning for a few days, the forest fire finally went out when the rain came. ----------------------------- go out.
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Apagarse. if something which is burning [e.g. fire] goes out, it stops burning. (See also: put out).

Have you got a light?. My cigarette's gone out. ------------------------------------------ go out.
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Apagarse. if something which is burning [e.g. fire] goes out, it stops burning. (See also: put out).

Our kids are growing fast and they quickly grow out of their clothes. Then they want exactly the same clothes again, but in bigger sizes. -------------- grow out of.
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Dejar ya de hacer algo, dejar ya de usar algo, Quedar chico ya algo o Perder el habito. Lose interest as you grow older or become more mature.

Edgar was obsessed with video games but he "grew out of" them. -------------- grow out of.
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Dejar ya de hacer algo, dejar ya de usar algo, Quedar chico ya algo o Perder el habito. Lose interest as you grow older or become more mature.

Richard Voughan grew out of the habit of sucking his thumb. -------------- grow out of.
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Dejar ya de hacer algo, dejar ya de usar algo, Quedar chico ya algo o Perder el habito. Lose interest as you grow older or become more mature.

Donal lashed out at some reporters, yelling and pointing his finger at them, saying the media was to blame for his unpopularity. -------------- lash out.
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Criticar. to criticize someone or something in an angry way.

Soco lashed out at Jose for wasting so much of their money. -------------- lash out.
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Criticar. to criticize someone or something in an angry way.

Alberto Alonso said that It’s best to "lay the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle out" so you can see them all before trying to fit them together. -------- lay out.
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Ordenar, diseñar, estructurar, ordenar, componer. to arrange something according to a detailed plan, for example rooms in a building, roads in a town, or areas on a piece of land. (see also: set out).

The city was "laid out" with the capitol on a hill in its center. -------- lay out.
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Diseñar, estructurar, ordenar, componer. to arrange something according to a detailed plan, for example rooms in a building, roads in a town, or areas on a piece of land. (see also: set out).

LAY OUT -------------- Before packing his bag for the trip, Reynaldo carefully laid out the clothes he wanted to take. -------- lay out.
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Ordenar, estructurar, componer. to arrange something according to a detailed plan, for example rooms in a building, roads in a town, or areas on a piece of land. (see also: set out).

Jane said to Rose, copy all the details and make sure you don’t "leave anything out". ------------ leave out.
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Excluir. dejar fuera de. to not include someone or something.

Little Sammy feels "left out" because the other children don’t play with her. ------------ leave out.
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Excluir. dejar fuera de. to not include someone or something.

‘Don’t let the cat out of the bag’ doesn’t refer to cats or not releasing them. It’s an idiom that means "Don’t tell the secret to anyone". -------------- let out.
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Dejar ir, liberar. to allow a person or animal to leave somewhere, especially by opening a locked or closed door.

I stopped the car to let the little deer out. -------------- let out.
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Dejar ir, liberar. to allow a person or animal to leave somewhere, especially by opening a locked or closed door.

The priest placed the wafer on Kaz's tongue. -------------- wafer.
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hostia. a round, thin piece of bread eaten during the Christian Communion ceremony.

The priest is passing out the communion wafers. -------------- wafer.
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hostia. a round, thin piece of bread eaten during the Christian Communion ceremony.

Juan Gabriel and Rocio Durcal have fallen out and are no longer speaking to each other. -------------------------------------- fall out (with somebody).
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Pelearse, reñir, discutir. to argue with someone and stop being friendly with them.

Tribilin and Manuel the baker have fallen out and are no longer speaking to each other. -------------------------------------- fall out (with somebody).
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Pelearse, reñir, discutir. to argue with someone and stop being friendly with them.

AIR OUT -------- When spring comes, we air out all the heavy winter blankets. -------- air out.
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Orear. to place something in an open area where there is a lot of moving air to make it cool, dry, or clean.

AIR OUT ------ After the flooding in my house, all of our clothing were left outside to air. ------ AIR OUT.
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Orear. to place something in an open area where there is a lot of moving air to make it cool, dry, or clean.


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