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Most of the time our house is messy, but if we’re expecting guests we tidy up and it’s clean and neat for a day or two. -------- tidy up.
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Ordenar, organizar, hacear, limpiar. to make a room or a group of things tidy by putting things in the correct place. (see also: clean up, straighten up).

I'd better tidy up before my girfriend come. -------- tidy up.
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Ordenar, organizar, hacear, limpiar. to make a room or a group of things tidy by putting things in the correct place. (see also: clean up, straighten up).

You can watch television Quito when you've tidied up your room. -------- tidy up.
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Ordenar, organizar, hacear, limpiar. to make a room or a group of things tidy by putting things in the correct place. (see also: clean up, straighten up).

Essy said, We're not leaving without putting up a fight. --------- put up something.
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Poner resistencia, dar pelea, causar problemas. to do (something) as a way of resisting or struggling against someone or something.

As expected, the kids put up a fuss when we said it was time for bed. --------- put up something.
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Poner resistencia, dar pelea, causar problemas. to do (something) as a way of resisting or struggling against someone or something.

The Republicans are likely to put up stiff resistance to any new proposals. --------- put up something.
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Poner resistencia, dar pelea, causar problemas. to do (something) as a way of resisting or struggling against someone or something.

The convoy "tied up" the road for an hour. --------- tie up.
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Bloquear, obstruir. to block a road or other track so that vehicles cannot move in the usual way.

The airport was tied up for 45 minutes, waiting for the Presidential plane to take off. --------- tie up.
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Bloquear, obstruir. to block a road or other track so that vehicles cannot move in the usual way.

A fallen tree "tied up" the road. --------- tie up.
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Bloquear, obstruir. to block a road or other track so that vehicles cannot move in the usual way.

Cessi mobile phone’s nearly run out of pre-paid calls, so she’s going to the phone shop to top it up. --------- top something up.
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Recargar, rellenar. to refill, or to add more liquid to a container that is partly empty in order to make it full. (see also: fill up, top off ).

You've almost finished your drink. Let me top up your glass. --------- top something up.
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Recargar, rellenar. to refill, or to add more liquid to a container that is partly empty in order to make it full. (see also: fill up, top off ).

To make lemonade, mix together some lemon juice and sugar, then top it up with water. --------- top something up.
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Recargar, rellenar. to refill, or to add more liquid to a container that is partly empty in order to make it full. (see also: fill up, top off ).

The president Obama touched on many important issues and topics in his speech. --------- touch upon, or, touch on.
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mencionar de pasada. to mention something. (see also: bring up).

The talk "touched on" the issue, but didn't give any new information. --------- touch upon, or, touch on.
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mencionar de pasada. to mention something. (see also: bring up).

We should try not to touch upon subjects like politics and religion. --------- touch upon, or, touch on.
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mencionar de pasada. to mention something. (see also: bring up).

I can’t hear the radio. Could you turn it up, please?. --------- turn something up.
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Subir. to increase the amount of something, especially sound or heat, that is produced by a machine [e.g. television, radio, oven].

Can you turn up the television a little - I can hardly hear it. ------ turn something up.
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Subir. to increase the amount of something, especially sound or heat, that is produced by a machine [e.g. television, radio, oven].

Turn the oven up to 200 degrees. ----- turn something up.
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Subir. to increase the amount of something, especially sound or heat, that is produced by a machine [e.g. television, radio, oven].

Thousands of people turned up to see the parade and watch the fireworks. --------- turn up.
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Presentarse, aparecer. if someone turns up somewhere, they arrive at that place. (see also: come along, show up, turn out).

George Barriga turned up late, as usual. --------- turn up.
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Presentarse, aparecer. if someone turns up somewhere, they arrive at that place. (see also: come along, show up, turn out).

Erving, you can just turn up and buy a ticket on the window. --------- turn up.
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Presentarse, aparecer. if someone turns up somewhere, they arrive at that place. (see also: come along, show up, turn out).

At first, movie stars lap up all the media attention, but after a while the attention can get too much for them and they want more privacy. ------------------------ (lap up) something.
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Aceptar con entusiasmo. Recivir con gusto. to enjoy something [e.g. atmosphere, praise] very much.

We walked around the city and lapped up the atmosphere. ------------------------ (lap up) something.
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Aceptar con entusiasmo. Recivir con gusto. to enjoy something [e.g. atmosphere, praise] very much.

Everyone clapped and cheered and you could see that Pope Francisco was lapping it up. ------------------------ (lap up) something.
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Aceptar con entusiasmo. Recivir con gusto. to enjoy something [e.g. atmosphere, praise] very much.

Jane said, we’ll all have to put in some overtime in the days leading up to next month’s inventory. ------ (lead up to) something.
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Anteceder. (Antes de). to happen or exist immediately before something.

The bride and the groom said, the days leading up to the wedding were so busy with many details to finalise. ----- (lead up to) something.
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Anteceder. (Antes de). in the period before, to happen or exist immediately before something.

Aleyda said, the weeks leading up to my final exams weren’t easy to get through. ----- (lead up to) something.
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Anteceder. (Antes de). to happen or exist immediately before something.

We can all make suggestions about the advertising campaign, but the final decisions are left up to the head of marketing. --------- leave, (up to).
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Dejar (depender de). to give the responsibility of someone. (see also: leave to).

We "left everything up to" the manager to make the final decision. --------- leave, (up to).
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Dejar (depender de). to give the responsibility of someone. (see also: leave to).

Rene is our internet expert so we’ll leave the website design up to him. --------- leave, (up to).
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Dejar (depender de). to give the responsibility of someone. (see also: leave to).

The calf lapped up the bucket of milk. --------- (lap up) something...
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Beber a lengüetadas. to drink all of something by licking with the tongue and with great enjoyment.

The little cats lapped up the milk from its bowl. --------- (lap up) something...
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Beber a lengüetadas. to drink all of something by licking with the tongue and with great enjoyment.

The dog thirstily lapped up the water in the puddle. --------- (lap up) something.
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Beber a lengüetadas. to drink all of something by licking with the tongue and with great enjoyment.


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