PHRASAL VERBS "to" 1

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

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

CORRESPOND TO/ WITH something. ------ 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.

CORRESPOND TO/ WITH something. ------- 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.

OBJECT TO something. ------- 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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Oponerse a, objetar a. to say that you oppose or dislike something or someone.

OBJECT TO something. ------ 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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Oponerse a, objetar a. to say that you oppose or dislike something or someone.

EXPOSE somebody/something to something. ----- 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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Exponer, exponerse a. to fail to protect someone or something from something harmful or dangerous.

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

ENTITLE TO Something. ------ Every Australian citizen is "entitled to" an old-age pension once they reach the age of sixty-five. --------------- ENTITLE TO Something.
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Autorizar a, estar autorizado a, dar derecho a. to give someone the right to do something.

ENTITLE TO Something. ------ Membership "entitles you and a guest to" the use all of the health's club’s facilities. --------------- ENTITLE TO something.
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Autorizar a, estar autorizado a, dar derecho a. to give someone the right to do something.

RESORT TO 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).

RESORT TO something. ------ 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).

REVERT TO something. ----- 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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Regresar a, volver a, retomar a. to go back to a previous condition or activity, especially a worse one. (see also: go back (to), return to).

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

KEEP TO something. ------ 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 aferrado a, 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).

KEEP TO something. ------ Richard Voughan said, try to "keep to" a regular schedule when you travel overseas. --------------- KEEP TO something.
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Mantenerse aferrado a, 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).

ADD TO something. ------ 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).

ADD TO something. ------ 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).

AMOUNT TO something. ------ 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.

AMOUNT TO something. ------ 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.

STICK TO something. ---------- 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).

STICK TO something. ---------- 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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