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look out for ----------- When Richard Voughan was young, he was always looking out for business opportunities. ------- look out for
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buscar atentamente a, vigilar, observar, estar pendiente de, estar atento a. to carefully watch the people or things around you so that you will notice a particular person or thing. (see also: look for).

look out for ---- Remember to look out for Ceci - she said she'd be there. ----- look out for.
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buscar atentamente a, vigilar, observar, estar pendiente de, estar atento a. to carefully watch the people or things around you so that you will notice a particular person or thing. (see also: look for).

lose out ----- Steave said, I should have sold the shares when they got to $100, but I didn’t so I’ve lost out. They’re only worth $40 now. Oh shit. ------ lose out.
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salir perdiendo, terminar perdiendo. to not have an advantage that other people have. (see also: miss out).

lose out ----- The accountant said that the new tax means that married women will lose out. ----- lose out.
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salir perdiendo, terminar perdiendo. to not have an advantage that other people have. (see also: miss out).

Luis Gutierrez said, we’re not sure what effect the government’s economic stimulus will have yet. We’ll just have to wait and see how things pan out. ------ pan out.
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Dar resultado. Resultar. The way a situation develops. (see also: turn out, work out).

pan out ----- My wife said, let’s see how things pan out before we decide whether to go or not. ----- pan out.
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Dar resultado. Resultar. The way a situation develops. (see also: turn out, work out).

pass out ------ At church the priest was passing out the communion wafers this morning. ------ pass out.
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dar, repartir. to distribute, to give, hand out something to several or many people. (see also: hand out, give out).

pass out ------ Teacher Melany said, could two of you come to the front and get the test papers and pass them out to your classmates, please?. ------ pass out.
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dar, repartir. to distribute, to give, hand out something to several or many people. (see also: hand out, give out).

pass out ------ Could you pass those books out?, my teacher asked me. ------- pass out.
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dar, repartir. to distribute, to give, hand out something to several or many people. (see also: hand out, give out).

pass out ------ It was so hot today at work that Katthy Williams passed out. Billy threw some water on her face and she came to after a minute or so. ----- pass out.
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Desmayarse. to become unconscious. (see also: black out).

pass out ------ The owner of the company said to the supervisor, If you see someone who’s passed out, take them to a hospital straight away. ----- pass out.
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Desmayarse. to become unconscious. (see also: black out).

pass out ------ Carmen almost passed out from the heat. ----- pass out.
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Desmayarse. to become unconscious. (see also: black out).

PAY sth OUT ------ If you win the lottery Martin, you mightn’t get all the money at once. They might "pay it out" in installments over several years. ------------------------- PAY something OUT.
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Pagar una gran cantidad de dinero, desenbolsar una gran suma. to pay a lot of money to someone, or to spend a lot of money on something.

pay something out ----- I had to "pay out" $300 to get my car fixed said Jose Romo. ------- pay something out.
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Pagar una gran cantidad de dinero, desenbolsar una gran suma. to pay a lot of money to someone, or to spend a lot of money on something.

phase out ------ The manager said, It’s about time the old dress code was phased out. Most other companies already allow their staff to wear casual clothes if they like. ------ phase out.
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Eliminar en faces, quitar algo en faces o gradualmente. to gradually stop using or supplying something. (see also: do away with).

phase out ------ The new president said, we’ll phase the Obamacare plan out over the next couple of years. ------ phase out.
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Eliminar en faces, quitar algo en faces o gradualmente. to gradually stop using or supplying something. (see also: do away with).

pick out ------- I looked for Luis Rivas in the crowd, but it was getting dark and I couldn’t pick him out. ------ pick out.
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Reconoser, distinguir, identificar. to recognize a person or thing from a group of people or things.

pick out ------- This morning a witness picked out the attacker from police photos. ------- pick out.
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Reconoser, distinguir, identificar. to recognize a person or thing from a group of people or things.

The doctor said, I have to pop out of the room to take this call, but I’ll be back in a minute. ------ POP OUT.
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ir a dar una vuelta rapidamente, Salir de volada. to leave the place where you are and go somewhere for a short time. (see also: step out).

pop out ------ Emmy said, hey Kaz, I'm just popping out to the store to get some milk. ------- pop out.
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ir a dar una vuelta rapidamente, Salir de volada. to leave the place where you are and go somewhere for a short time. (see also: step out).

pound out ------ Everyone clapped and sang as Mom pounded out the family favorites on the piano. -------- pound out.
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Golpear con las manos un instrumento musical. if you pound out a song, you play it loudly by hitting your instrument very hard. (see also: bang out).

pound out ------ Elton Jhon was pounding out a tune on the piano. -------- pound out.
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Golpear con las manos un instrumento musical. if you pound out a song, you play it loudly by hitting your instrument very hard. (see also: bang out).

pound out ------ Some of these famous writers as doctor Dyer and Louis Hey pound out three books a year. -------- pound out.
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Producir o hacer algo al escribir en teclado rapidamente, teclear rapidamente. to do or produce something by typing in a very short period of time.

pound out ------ Every week Maria Elena Salinas pounds out another column for the newspaper. -------- pound out.
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Producir o hacer algo al escribir en teclado rapidamente, teclear rapidamente. to do or produce something by typing in a very short period of time.

pull out ------ Jane said, we knew the company was going under, so we pulled out of our deal with them rather than risk losing our investment. ------ pull out.
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Salirse, desinvolucrarse de algo, retirarse de algo. to stop being involved in an activity or agreement. (see also: back out (of), pull back (from).

After lengthy negotiations Morgan Marshall company pulled out of the deal. ------------- pull out.
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Salirse, desinvolucrarse de algo, retirarse de algo. to stop being involved in an activity or agreement. (see also: back out (of), pull back (from).

put somebody out ------ Are you sure Martin that taking me to the station won’t put you out? I can easily get a taxi if you’re busy ------- put somebody out.
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incomodar, dificultar, causar problemas. to cause problems, difficulties or extra work for someone by making them do something for you.

put somebody out ------ I told Ceci, It would be great to stay with you, but I don’t want to put you out. ----- put somebody out.
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incomodar, dificultar, causar problemas. to cause problems, difficulties or extra work for someone by making them do something for you.

put out ------- Peppin seemed a bit put out at not having been included in the plans. ----- put out.
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Sentirse, indignarse, ofenderse sobre algo. to annoy or bother (someone), often because of something that someone do or says to you.

put out ------ All the Emmy's jokes at the begining didn't seem to put Ceci out at all. ------ put out.
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Sentirse, indignarse, ofenderse sobre algo... to annoy or bother (someone), often because of something that someone do or says to you.

put out ----- The reporter from Univision said, It took the firemen over an hour to put out the fire. ----- put out.
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Apagar un fuego. to make something that is burning [e.g. fire, cigarette] stop burning. (See also: put out).

put out ------ Ali, you'd better put your cigarette out before Lalo sees it. ----- put out.
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Apagar un fuego. to make something that is burning [e.g. fire, cigarette] stop burning. (See also: put out).

lose out ------ The government's new guidelines means that all immigrants will lose out. ----- lose out.
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salir perdiendo, terminar perdiendo. to not have an advantage that other people have. (see also: miss out).

lengthy ------ After lengthy negotiations the Morgan Marshall company pulled out of the deal. --------------------- lengthy.
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Largo, tedioso, extenso, prolongada. very long, and often too long, in time or size.

lengthy ------ Tom wrote a "lengthy" article about his work for a local newspaper. --------------------- lengthy.
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Largo, tedioso, extenso, prolongada. very long, and often too long, in time or size.

lengthy ------ Chiquis had a "lengthy" argument with her mother about her boyfriend. --------------------- lengthy.
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Largo, tedioso, extenso, extensa, prolongada. very long, and often too long, in time or size.


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