PHRASAL VERBS through, round 3

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The organising committee asked Gerardo Perez to make an advertisement for the next seminar and he said he’d "see to" it right away. --------------- (see to) somebody/something.
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encargarse de, ocuparse de. to deal with somebody or something that needs attention. (see also: attend to).

Mom said, I'll "saw to" the kids. --------------- (see to) somebody/something.
empezar lección
encargarse de, ocuparse de. to deal with somebody or something that needs attention. (see also: attend to).

My car has a flat tire sir?, asked Ines, he'll "see to" it right away. --------------- (see to) somebody/something.
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encargarse de, ocuparse de. to deal with somebody or something that needs attention. (see also: attend to).

If a diet’s working well and you’re losing weight, you can "stick to" it. But if it’s also making you feel unwell, you should stop it and see a doctor. --------------- (stick to) something.
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Apegarse a, atenerse a. to limit yourself to doing or using one particular thing and not change to anything else. (see also: keep to, stick with).

Donal said, I'm "sticking to" my original plan. --------------- (stick to) something.
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Apegarse a, atenerse a. to limit yourself to doing or using one particular thing and not change to anything else. (see also: keep to, stick with).

George Ramos said, the polls show people aren’t happy with the government and "point to" a defeat for the president in the next election. --------------- (point to) something.
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Puntualizar, indicar. to say something because you think it is important in a discussion.

Rose also "pointed to" the need for better training. --------------- (point to) something.
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Puntualizar, indicar. to say something because you think it is important in a discussion.

Hold the line please. I’ll "put your call through" to Mr Voughan as soon as he’s free. --------------- put somebody/something through.
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Comunicar, conectar, poner en línea telefonica a alguien. to connect a telephone caller to the person they want to speak to. (See also: get through).

Hold the line Kaz, I'm just "putting you through". --------------- put somebody/something through.
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Comunicar, conectar, poner en línea telefonica a alguien. to connect a telephone caller to the person they want to speak to. (See also: get through).

His doctor thought Jose Jose might have cancer, so he "put him through" a series of tests. --------------- (put somebody/something through) something.
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Hacer pasar por algo dificil. to make someone experience or do something unpleasant or difficult.

Doctors are reluctant to "put former president Bush through" the ordeal of another operation. --------------- (put somebody/something through) something.
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Hacer pasar por algo dificil. to make someone experience or do something unpleasant or difficult.

Bobby Pulido says his wife votes Republican. He’s tried to "talk her round" to voting for the Democrats, but she won’t change her mind. --------------- talk somebody round. (UK).
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Tratar de comvencer a alguien. to persuade someone to agree with you or to do what you want them to do. (see also: bring around, talk into).

Edgar said, Anna's not convinced about the idea but I think I can "talk her round". --------------- talk somebody round. (UK).
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Tratar de comvencer a alguien. to persuade someone to agree with you or to do what you want them to do. (see also: bring around, talk into).

Obama said, the bill was "put through" Parliament in 1908. --------------- put through.
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Pasar, aprobar. to pass or approve something and complete a plan, programme, etc.

Bernie Sanders said that the legislature "put the emergency relief bill through" in record time. --------------- put through.
empezar lección
Pasar, aprobar. to pass or approve something and complete a plan, programme, etc.

Efrain's daughter said, my parents are both working full time in order to "put me through" college. --------------- put through.
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Poner en la escuela y pagar por los estudios de. to arrange or pay for somebody to attend a school, college, etc.

Ramiro Elizondo "put all his children through" college. --------------- put through.
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Poner en la escuela y pagar por los estudios de. to arrange or pay for somebody to attend a school, college, etc.

Could you Rose "look through" last month’s invoices and put aside any that haven’t been paid yet?. --------------- (look through) something.
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Echar un ojo rapidamente, mirar por, ver a través de. to read something quickly, especially to find the information you need. (see also: check through, go through).

Aleida said, mom, I’ve just been "looking through" your cookbooks for inspiration. --------------- (look through) something.
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Echar un ojo rapidamente, mirar por, ver a través de. to read something quickly, especially to find the information you need. (see also: check through, go through).

Alberto Alonso said, our chairman was sick, so I had to chair the meeting myself. I’d never done it before but I "muddled through" somehow and it wasn’t too bad. --------------- muddle through.
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Arreglarselas, salir del paso. to succeed in doing something even though you have difficulties because you do not really know how to do it.

Jessica's mother said nothing really prepares you for looking after a small baby but somehow you "muddle through". --------------- muddle through.
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Arreglarselas, salir del paso. to succeed in doing something even though you have difficulties because you do not really know how to do it.

Oviedo was a lazy student in university and only just “scraped through” the final exams. He very nearly failed. --------------- SCRAPE THROUGH.
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Pasar de pansaso, aprobar raspando. to manage with a lot of difficulty to succeed in something [like exams].

Ceci said, I managed to "scrape through" my English exam even though I hadn't done much work. --------------- scrape through.
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Pasar de pansaso, aprobar raspando. to manage with a lot of difficulty to succeed in something [like exams].

Louis Pasilas said, my grandparents "lived through" some very difficult times, such as the Great Depression and two World Wars. --------------------------- (live through) something.
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Experimentar, pasar por, superar el bache, librarla, pasar por una situacion dificil. to experience a difficult situation or event. (see also: come through, go through).

Don't worry Emy, times are hard because of the recession but you'll "live through" it. --------------- (live through) something.
empezar lección
Experimentar, pasar por, superar el bache, librarla, pasar por una situacion dificil. to experience a difficult situation or event. (see also: come through, go through).


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