PHRASAL VERBS up 1

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SETTLE UP. ----- Richard Voughan is an honest guy. When his company went broke, he sold his own house in order to settle up some of his company’s debts. ------------------- SETTLE UP.
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Saldar, pagar por completo, arreglar cuentas de dinero. to pay someone the money that you owe them. (see also: pay off, used for debts, but not for bills).

SETTLE UP ----- I still haven't settled up with you Lalo for those tickets you bought said karla. -------------- SETTLE UP.
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Saldar, pagar por completo, arreglar cuentas de dinero. to pay someone the money that you owe them. (see also: pay off, used for debts, but not for bills).

GO UP. ----- The price of gold usually goes up, but if it gets too high it’ll come down again. ------------------- GO UP.
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Subir precios, aumentar, incrementar, elevar. to increase. (see also: put up, jack up).

GO UP. ----- The pediatrician said that with breastfeeding, We are going to see the baby’s weight going steadily up. ------------------- GO UP.
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Subir precios, aumentar, incrementar, elevar. to increase. (see also: put up, jack up).

TAKE UP something. ----- My father took golf up after he retired from work, and now he plays nearly every day. -------------------TAKE UP something.
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Tomar, empezar una actividad o habito nuevo. to start doing something regularly as a habit, job, or interest. (see also: take to).

TAKE UP something. ----- I took up smoking when I was in high school. ------------------- TAKE UP something.
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Tomar, empezar una actividad o habito nuevo. to start doing something regularly as a habit, job, or interest. (see also: take to).

TIE UP. ----- My little girl has just learned how to tie up her shoelaces. She’s so proud of herself that she’s showing everyone how she does it. ------------------- TIE UP.
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Amarrar, atar, concluir algo con exito. Tie or fasten something securely. (see also: do up for belts, laces, buttons, etc.).

TIE UP. ----- After negotiating for several days, we finally tied up the deal. ------------------- TIE UP.
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Amarrar, atar, concluir algo con exito. Tie or fasten something securely. (see also: do up for belts, laces, buttons, etc.).

BE TIE UP, or to GET TIE UP. ----- The new Manager wanted to spend his time reorganizing the company, but he kept getting tied up with day-to-day issues instead. -------------------------------- to BE TIE UP, or to GET TIE UP.
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Estar ocupado. to be busy so that you are unable to see or speak to anyone else or go anywhere.

BE TIE UP, or to GET TIE UP. ----- I'm a bit tied up at the moment, could you call back tomorrow?. -------------------------------- to BE TIE UP, or to GET TIE UP.
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Estar ocupado. to be busy so that you are unable to see or speak to anyone else or go anywhere.

TONE UP. ----- I don't want to lose weight, I just want to tone up. ------------------- TONE UP.
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Tonificar. to make your body or your muscles firmer and stronger by doing physical exercise.

TONE UP. ----- With this new bench, now is really easy for exercising and toning up those stomach muscles. ------------------- TONE UP.
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Tonificar. to make your body or your muscles firmer and stronger by doing physical exercise.

PUT UP. ----- Take out the loan Nacho before the banks put up their interest rates. ------------------- PUT UP.
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Aumentar, incrementar, subir. to increase. (see also: go up, jack up).

PUT UP. ----- They're going to put up the price of gasoline in Mexico. ------------------- PUT UP.
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Aumentar, incrementar, subir. to increase. (see also: go up, jack up).

DRESS UP ----- Thalia always dresses up fashionably. ------------------- DRESS UP.
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Vestirse, arreglarse para una fiesta o evento. to put on or wear formal clothes.

DRESS UP----- My wife asked me, honey, do I need to dress up for the party?. ------------------- DRESS UP.
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Vestirse, arreglarse para una fiesta o evento. to put on or wear formal clothes.

MIST UP/OVER. ----- Obama's eyes "misted up" as he thought of his old friend Joe Biden. ---------------- MIST UP/OVER.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de vapor. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears. to become covered with small drops of water, or to cover something with small drops of water.

MIST UP/OVER. ----- My glasses are always misting over. ---------------- MIST UP/OVER.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de vapor. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears. to become covered with small drops of water, or to cover something with small drops of water.


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