PHRASAL VERBS up 10

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The congress decided not to put up the money for the wall in the border. ----------------- put up.
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Dar, Proveer. to give or provide (money, property, etc.) in order to pay for something.

The Sullivan family put up the company's assets as collateral on the loan. -------------------- put up.
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Dar, Proveer. to give or provide (money, property, etc.) in order to pay for something.

Quique, keep on trying to learn these phrasal verbs and don’t give up. I’m sure you can do it!. ----------------------- give up.
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Rendirse. to accept that you have been defeated and agree to stop competing or fighting.

Jose Luis is very determined when trying to get a degree and never gives up. ----------------------- give up...
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Rendirse. to accept that you have been defeated and agree to stop competing or fighting.

We’re selling the grand piano because it’s much too big for our new apartment and takes up too much room. ----------------------- take up...
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Ocupar, usar. to use a particular amount of time, space or effort.

This desk takes up too much room. ------------------------------------------ take up...
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Ocupar, usar. to use a particular amount of time, space or effort.

I'll be quick, I don't want to take up too much of your time. ----------------------- take up.
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Ocupar, usar. to use a particular amount of time, space or effort.

Efrain said, If we can’t finish the job today, we’ll stop and take it up again in the morning. ----------------------- take something up.
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Tomar una nueva actividad, empezar a hacer. to take or start doing a particular job or activity.

Hey, Kaz, have you ever thought of taking up acting?. ----------------------- take something up...
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Tomar una nueva actividad, empezar a hacer. to take or start doing a particular job or activity.

Sofia vergara said, these jeans fit well around the waist, but they’re a bit too long. If I buy them, will you "take them up" for me?. ---------------- take up.
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Recortar, acortar. to shorten a piece of clothing [e.g. skirt, trousers].

Grandma's dress was too long for me so I had to "take it up" a couple of inches. ------------------- TAKE UP.
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Recortar, acortar. to shorten a piece of clothing [e.g. skirt, trousers].

The skirt was too long but Ximena Córdoba said that she could "take it up" herself at home. ----------------------- take up...
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Recortar, acortar. to shorten a piece of clothing [e.g. skirt, trousers].

You should (take Miguel up on) his offer to help you out with your website. I’ve seen one of his sites and it looks pretty good. ---- (take someone up on) something.
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Aceptar una propuesta, Tomar la palabra. to accept an offer that someone has made.

Could I take you up on that offer of a lift, Rob?. ----------------- (take someone up on) something.
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Aceptar una propuesta, Tomar la palabra. to accept an offer that someone has made.

Alberto Alonso said, Richard Voughan offered me a free ticket, but I'm not sure whether to (take him up on) it. ---- (take someone up on) something.
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Aceptar una propuesta, Tomar la palabra. to accept an offer that someone has made.

I don’t want you to take up with the wrong crowd. ----------- take up with.
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Juntarse con. to become friendly or start a relationship with someone, especially someone who might have a bad influence on you.

Carmen was worried because her son had taken up with some older boys from across the street. ----------- take up with.
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Juntarse con. to become friendly or start a relationship with someone, especially someone who might have a bad influence on you.

When Angela went to her country and left her boyfriend at home, he took up with a girl from the hospital. ----------- take up with.
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Juntarse con. to become friendly or start a relationship with someone, especially someone who might have a bad influence on you.

After Karla read the letter from her boyfriend, she tore it up into little pieces and then she burst into tears. ----------- (tear up) something.
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Despedazar, Hacer pedazitos. to tear something, especially paper or cloth, into a lot of small pieces.

Karla said, If Mauricio sends me any letters I just tear them up and throw them away. ------------ tear up something.
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Despedazar, Hacer pedazitos. to tear something, especially paper or cloth, into a lot of small pieces.

We had to tear up a shirt to make bandages. ------------ tear up something.
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Despedazar, Hacer pedazitos. to tear something, especially paper or cloth, into a lot of small pieces.

The angry workers "tore up" their work contracts in front of the TV cameras. -------------------- tear up.
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rechazar, romper. to refuse to accept something such as an agreement any longer.

The Mexican president said, we will "tear up" the whole treaty rather than accept this clause. -------------------- tear up.
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rechazar, romper. to refuse to accept something such as an agreement any longer.

The Colombian president said that talks are on the verge of collapse with the rebels threatening to "tear up" the only agreement reached so far. -------------------- tear up.
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rechazar, romper. to refuse to accept something such as an agreement any longer.

After hearing the tragic news Obama "tore up" and could hardly speak. ----------------------- (tear up) someone.
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Sollozar, lagrimear. to make someone cry or feel very unhappy and upset. (See also: break down).

Soco said, it "tears me up" to leave you here Gaby. ----------------------- (tear up) someone.
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Sollozar, lagrimear. to make someone cry or feel very unhappy and upset. (See also: break down)...

The boss wants me to go to a trade fair in China, but I don’t want to go. I’ll have to think up a good excuse so I can get out of it. ------------ think up.
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Imventar. to invent or create an idea or plan by using your imagination and intelligence. (see also: come up with, cook up (inf), make up).

I really don't want to go tonight and I'm trying to think up an excuse. ------------ think up.
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Imventar. to invent or create an idea or plan by using your imagination and intelligence. (see also: come up with, cook up (inf), make up).

It's one of those competitions where you have to think up a slogan for a product. ------------ think up.
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imventar. to invent or create an idea or plan by using your imagination and intelligence. (see also: come up with, cook up (inf), make up).

If Elton Jhon sings a sad song, I'm going to tear up for sure. ----------------------- (tear up) someone.
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Sollozar, lagrimear. to make someone cry or feel very unhappy and upset. (See also: break down).

Hasn't Kaz cleared up her room yet?. I've asked her to do that twice this week. -------- clear up.
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Limpiar, y ordenar. to make a place clean by putting things back where they should be. (See also: tidy up, clean up, straighten up).

Ceci "clears up" the house whenever visit is coming. -------- clear up.
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Limpiar, y ordenar. to make a place clean by putting things back where they should be. (See also: tidy up, clean up, straighten up).

Emmy always clears, BLANK, the house whenever visit is coming.
Limpiar, y ordenar.
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clear up. -------- Emmy always clears UP the house whenever visit is coming.
clear up. -------- Limpiar, y ordenar. to make a place to clean by putting things back where they should be. (See also: tidy up, clean up, straighten up).

Emigdio is thinking to "take up" a new language like Portuguese ... ----------------------- take something up.
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Tomar una nueva actividad, empezar a hacer. to take or start doing a particular job or activity.


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