PHRASAL VERBS up 10

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PUT UP ------ 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.

PUT UP ------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.

GIVE UP ------ 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.

GIVE UP ------ 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.

TAKE UP ------ 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.

TAKE UP ----- 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.

TAKE something UP ------- 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.

TAKE something UP ------- 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.

TAKE UP ------- 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].

TAKE UP ------ 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].

TAKE someone UP ON something. ------- 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.

TAKE someone UP ON something. ------- 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.

TAKE UP WITH ------- 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.

TAKE UP WITH ------- 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.

TEAR UP something. ----- 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.

TEAR UP something. ------ 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.

TEAR UP -------- 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.

TEAR UP -------- 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.

TEAR UP someone. ------- 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).

TEAR UP someone. ------- 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)...

THINK UP --------- 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).

THINK 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).

CLEAR UP ------- 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).

CLEAR 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).


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