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Little Damian said that monkeys at the zoo were "reaching out" of their cage to grab the bits of bread and fruit the kids were feeding them. ----- reach out.
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Estirar el brazo. to stretch your arm in front of your body, usually in order to get or touch something.

READ OUT ----- Today at school the students listened carefully as their teacher read out their test scores. --------- read out.
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leer en voz alta. to read something and say the words aloud so that other people can hear.

Adal Ramones read out the names of the winners. ---- read out.
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leer en voz alta. to read something and say the words aloud so that other people can hear.

American Airlines will be "rolling out" its new budget airline over the next few months. ----- roll out.
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Lanzar, dar a conocer, algo nuevo al publico. to launch a new product or service, and get it ready for the public to buy. (see also: bring out).

Sofia Vergara said that cosmetic companies "roll out" new make-up colors every few months. ----- roll out.
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Lanzar, dar a conocer, algo nuevo al publico. to launch a new product or service, and get it ready for the public to buy. (see also: bring out).

The new Brazilian government has promised to root corrupt officials out by checking their bank accounts and their assets.
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Arrancar de raiz, erradicar, extirpar. to find something bad or illegal and get rid of the thing or person that is causing a problem. (see also: weed out).

Lopez Obrador said that It'll be our aim to root out corruption. ----- root out.
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Arrancar de raiz, erradicar, extirpar. to find something bad or illegal and get rid of the thing or person that is causing a problem. (see also: weed out).

Marilin will probably get the job, but don’t "rule out" Pepe. He’s got a good chance too. ----- rule out.
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Descartar. to stop considering something as a possibility. (see also: count out).

Donal said that the recent wave of terrorism has "ruled out" any chance of peace talks. ----- rule out.
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Descartar. to stop considering something as a possibility. (see also: count out).

Richard Voughan "ran out on" his wife and kids and went to live in Rosa's house in Rio with his Brazilian girlfriend. ------ (run out on) somebody.
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Abandonar a, dejar a. to suddenly leave someone who you are having a relationship with, usually causing problems for them. (see also: walk out (on).

Yadira's husband "ran out on" her and went to live in Rosa's garage when the kids were very young. ------ (run out on) somebody.
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Abandonar a, dejar a. to suddenly leave someone who you are having a relationship with, usually causing problems for them. (see also: walk out (on).

After "seeing out" the year in his current job, Edgar is going to spend next year travelling around Asia. ------ see out.
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Seguir hasta el final. to continue to work at (something) until it is completed. (see out sth see also: see through).

Rose's determined to "see out" her three-year contract even though she dislikes her work. -------- see out.
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Seguir hasta el final. to continue to work at (something) until it is completed. (see out sth see also: see through).

Nelson "saw the project out" to its very end. ------ see out.
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Seguir hasta el final. to continue to work at (something) until it is completed. (see out sth see also: see through).

After the meeting was over, the chairman Felipe accompanied his guests down to the lobby and "saw them out" to their waiting cars. ------ see out.
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Acompañar a alguien hasta la puerta. to go with sb out of a building, etc. to make sure that they find the way. (see also: show out).

Ines "saw the last guests out" and locked the door. ----- see out.
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Acompañar a alguien hasta la puerta. to go with sb out of a building, etc. to make sure that they find the way. (see also: show out).

It was very late when Claudia Rubi 'saw the last of the guests out". ----- see out.
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Acompañar a alguien hasta la puerta. to go with sb out of a building, etc. to make sure that they find the way. (see also: show out).

When Hilary's husband was diagnosed with cancer, she decided to "seek out" the world’s top cancer specialists to treat him. ------ seek out.
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Salir a la búsqueda de. tratar de encontrar a. to look for someone or something for a long time until you find them. (see also: look for).

Louis Heys tried to "seek out" her real mother when she discovered she was adopted. ----- seek out.
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Salir a la búsqueda de. tratar de encontrar a. to look for someone or something for a long time until you find them. (see also: look for).

The nearest shop had "sold out" of bread, so Maggy had to go to another one further away to get some. ----- sell out.
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Agotar, agotarse. When something sells out, it sells all the items available. (see also: run out).

Jane said, If our retailers are "selling out" of stock, they need more frequent deliveries. -------- sell out.
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Agotar, agotarse. When something sells out, it sells all the items available. (see also: run out).

When will Erik and Lupe "send their wedding invitations out"?. ------- send out.
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Enviar por correo regular u online a varias personas a la vez. to send something to a lot of different people at the same time. (see also: mail out).

Oviedo asked to Maria, how many invitations are you 'sending out"?. ------- send out.
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Enviar por correo regular u online a varias personas a la vez. to send something to a lot of different people at the same time. (see also: mail out).

Oviedo said, why don’t we "send out" for pizza? We can eat it in front of the TV and watch the game. ------ send out for.
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Ordenar algo, Pedir algo. to telephone a restaurant to ask for food to be delivered to you. (see also: order in).

Tonight I don't feel like cooking said Ceci, why don’t we "send out for" Chinese food?. ------ send out for.
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Ordenar algo, Pedir algo. to telephone a restaurant to ask for food to be delivered to you. (see also: order in).

Hey Karla, do you want to "send out" for a pizza?. ------- send out for.
empezar lección
Ordenar algo, Pedir algo. to telephone a restaurant to ask for food to be delivered to you. (see also: order in).

SET OUT/OFF --------- Lalo If you want to get there by midday, you’ll have to "set off" at around seven o’clock. -------- set out/off.
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Ponerse en camino, en marcha. to start a journey. (see also: head off).

Emmy "set off" every day for work at five-thirty. ------ set out or set off.
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Ponerse en camino, en marcha. to start a journey. (see also: head off).

The prospectus of Mr Trump clearly "sets out" the company’s goals and its strategies for reaching them. ------- set out.
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Estipular algo por escrito. to give all the details of something, or to explain something clearly, especially in writing. (see also: lay out)

The manager of the Bestbuy store said that the guarantee "set the conditions out" for getting a full refund. ------ set out.
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Estipular algo por escrito. to give all the details of something, or to explain something clearly, especially in writing. (see also: lay out).

SHOW sb OUT ----- Felipe's secretary “showed me out” after the interview. ------ SHOW somebody OUT.
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Acompañar a la puerta. to lead a visitor who is leaving to the door of a room or building. (see also: see out).

My secretary will "show you out" Mr Smith said Jane. ------ Show somebody out.
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Acompañar a la puerta. to lead a visitor who is leaving to the door of a room or building. (see also: see out).

After the dinner party, Maggy "showed the guests out" and said goodbye to them. ----- Show somebody out.
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Acompañar a la puerta. to lead a visitor who is leaving to the door of a room or building. (see also: see out).

During the river flood the rescuer "reached out" to grab the boy but it was too late. ----- reach out.
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Estirar el brazo. to stretch your arm in front of your body, usually in order to get or touch something.

Mary read through the clinic's "prospectus" when researching surgeons.
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prospecto, folleto, documento de proyecto grupo, propuesta. a book or printed document that gives information about a school, college, etc. in order to advertise it.

Don't buy the new stock offering until you read the "prospectus" carefully. -------------- PROSPECTUS.
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prospecto, folleto, guia, documento de proyecto grupo, propuesta. a book or printed document that gives information about a school, college, etc. in order to advertise it.

The "prospectus" of Mr Trump clearly sets out the company’s goals and its strategies for reaching them.
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prospecto, folleto, guia, documento de proyecto grupo, propuesta. a book or printed document that gives information about a school, college, etc. in order to advertise it.


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