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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.
empezar lección
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).

I still haven't settled up with you Lalo for those tickets you bought said karla. ------------------- settle up.
empezar lección
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).

You pay for this now Erick and we'll settle up later. ------------------- settle up.
empezar lección
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).

We’re checking out from the hotel today and we'll settle up as soon as the bill’s ready. ------------------- settle up.
empezar lección
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).

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)

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

The price of oil has gone up by over 50 percent in less than a year. ------------------- go up.
empezar lección
Subir precios, aumentar, incrementar, elevar. to increase. (see also: put up, jack up).

Our overheads went up last year, but we couldn’t (put our prices up). ------------------- go up.
empezar lección
Subir precios, aumentar, incrementar, elevar. to increase. (see also: go up, jack up)

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).

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

It’s good for recovering drug addicts to take up a team sport, like volleyball. ------------------- take up something.
empezar lección
Tomar, empezar una actividad o habito nuevo. to start doing something regularly as a habit, job, or interest. (see also: take to).

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.).

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

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.

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.

I'm afraid she's tied up in a meeting at the moment. -------------------------------- to (be tie up), or to (get tie up).
empezar lección
Estar ocupado. to be busy so that you are unable to see or speak to anyone else or go anywhere.

Doctor Isabela is here but She’ll be tied up all morning, but she can see you after lunch. ---------------------------------- 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.

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.

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.

Perla's son, he’d lost some weight and toned his muscles up. ------------------- tone up.
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Tonificar. to make your body or your muscles firmer and stronger by doing physical exercise.

My son Quito has just learned how to tie up his shoelaces. he’s so proud of himself that he’s showing everyone how he does it. ------------------- to (tie up) something.
empezar lección
Amarrar, atar, concluir. Tie or fasten something securely. (see also: do up for belts, laces, buttons, etc.).

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).

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

Sandra dressed her daughter up in a pretty dress. ------------------- dress up.
empezar lección
Vestirse, arreglarse para una fiesta o evento. to put on or wear formal clothes.

Cessi always dresses up fashionably. ------------------- dress up.
empezar lección
Vestirse, arreglarse para una fiesta o evento. to put on or wear formal clothes.

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

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 lágrimas. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears.

Hilary's eyes "misted up" when she was giving her last speach. ------- mist up/over.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears.

Ceci "misted up" as she cut the onions. ------ mist up/over.
empezar lección
Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears.


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