PHRASAL VERBS "to" 1

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Cloudes Jhones asked, who does that big Harley Davidson motorbike in the carpark "belong to"?. Is it yours?. --------------- (belong to) somebody/something.
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Pertenecer a. to be owned by someone.

The car "belongs to" the busty woman next door. --------------- (belong to) somebody/something.
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Pertenecer a. to be owned by someone.

The work the women had to do didn’t "correspond to" the job description given in the newspaper Sun-Times ads. It was very different work. --------------- (correspond to/with) something.
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corresponder a. to match or be similar or equal.

Donal asked, did the material’s quality for the wall, "correspond with" that of the sample they sent?. --------------- (correspond to/with) something.
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corresponder a. to match or be similar or equal.

George Ramos said, many smokers "object to" laws that make it illegal to smoke cigarettes in public places. They say the laws infringe on their civil liberties. --------------- (object to) something.
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Objetar a, Oponerse a. to say that you oppose or dislike something or someone.

Donal said, what I "object to" is being spoken to in the country as if I'm a complete idiot. --------------- (object to) something.
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Objetar a, Oponerse a. to say that you oppose or dislike something or someone.

Many soldiers in Siria were "exposed to" dangerous chemicals during the war and some are now getting sick as a result. --------------- (expose somebody/something to) something.
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exponerse a. to fail to protect someone or something from something harmful or dangerous.

Many of the soldiers had been "exposed to" radiation in Arizona. --------------- (expose somebody/something to) something.
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exponerse a. to fail to protect someone or something from something harmful or dangerous.

Every Australian citizen is "entitled to" an old-age pension once they reach the age of sixty-five. --------------- (be entitled to) something.
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Autorizar a, dar derecho a. to give someone the right to do something.

Membership "entitles you and a guest to" the use all of the health's club’s facilities. --------------- (be entitled to) something.
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Autorizar a, dar derecho a. to give someone the right to do something.

Bobby Pulido’s essay is due in tomorrow but he hasn’t finished it, so he’s "resorted to" paying another student to help him get it done on time. --------------- (resort to) something.
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Recurrir a. to do something extreme or unpleasant in order to solve a problem. (see also: turn to, fall back on).

El chapo said, I think we can solve this problem without "resorting to" legal action. ----------- (resort to) something.
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Recurrir a. to do something extreme or unpleasant in order to solve a problem. (see also: turn to, fall back on).

After trying out a new textbook, the school in Sauk Village "reverted to" its old book after it became clear the new one didn’t work as well. --------------- (revert to) something.
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Volver a, retomar a, regresar a. to go back to a previous condition or activity, especially a worse one. (see also: go back (to), return to).

Maria Ovi's new strategies didn’t work, so she "reverted to" her old methods. --------------- (revert to) something.
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Volver a, retomar a, regresar a. to go back to a previous condition or activity, especially a worse one. (see also: go back (to), return to).

Jane said, we have to "keep to" our budget. If we spend too much money, we’ll get into financial trouble. --------------- (keep to) something.
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Mantenerse apegado a. apegarse a. to follow an agreement or a rule, by doing what you should do or what you said you would do. (see also: stick to).

Richard Voughan said, try to "keep to" a regular schedule when you travel overseas. --------------- (keep to) something.
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Mantenerse apegado a. apegarse a. to follow an agreement or a rule, by doing what you should do or what you said you would do. (see also: stick to).

The mexican actor Gael Garcia said, on the film’s opening night, the surprise appearance of several famous movie stars "added to" the excitement. --------------- (add to) something.
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Contribuir a, to be one of the causes of an event or situation. (see also: contribute to).

Doctor Lee said, pollutants in the air "add to" a wide range of heart and lung diseases. --------------- (add to) something.
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Contribuir a, to be one of the causes of an event or situation. (see also: contribute to).

Michael Jackson said that a music CD needs to sell 100,000 copies or more to be a hit. Selling 10,000 copies doesn’t really "amount to" success in the music business. --------------- (amount to) something.
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Equivaler. to add up to a particular total or to become a particular amount.

Maria Elena Salinas said that the annual cost of income support to unmarried mothers "amounted to" $700 million in that year. --------------- (amount to) something.
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Equivaler. to add up to a particular total or to become a particular amount.

Steave Coffman said, learning English isn’t easy, but don’t give up. "Stick to" it and in the end you’ll be glad you did. ---------------------- (stick to) something.
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Apegarse a, aferrarse a. to continue to work hard at something even though it is difficult or tiring. (see also: keep at).

If you're going to learn to play a musical instrument Gonzalo you really have to "stick to" it. ---------------------- (stick to) something.
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Apegarse a, aferrarse a. to continue to work hard at something even though it is difficult or tiring. (see also: keep at).

Ceci said, If I "stick to" this diet, I should be able to wear that cocktail dress by Christmas. ---------------------- (stick to) something.
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Apegarse a, aferrarse a. to continue to work hard at something even though it is difficult or tiring. (see also: keep at).


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