PHRASAL VERBS up 13

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LOOK UP TO someone ------ Sports stars like Messi and Ronaldo should remember that young people "look up to" them and see them as role models. This is a great responsibility. -------------- LOOK UP TO someone.
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Admirar y respetar. to respect and admire someone.
DIGA: mirar arriba para

LOOK UP TO someone ------- Bolillo has always "looked up to" his father. -------------- LOOK UP TO someone.
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Admirar y respetar. to respect and admire someone.
DIGA: mirar arriba para

LINE UP ------ Hundreds of people lined up for a chance to meet Pitbull. -------------- LINE UP (US).
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Hacer cola. to form or wait in a line. (see also: queue up).

LINE UP ------ The crowd was lining up at the snack bar. -------------- line up (US).
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Hacer cola. to form or wait in a line. (see also: queue up).

READ UPON ON ------ I’m going to "read up on" doing business in India before I go there. -------------- read up on.
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Leer, imvestigar sobre algo. to read a lot about a particular subject in order to learn about it.

READ UPON ON ----- Obama was told to "read up on" world affairs before the interview. -------------- read up on.
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Leer para informarse de, empaparse de, imvestigar sobre algo. to read a lot about a particular subject in order to learn about it.

ROLL UP ----- Jane said, Roll the poster up and put it into a mailing tube before sending it. -------------- roll up...
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enrollar. to wrap something around itself to make the shape of a tube or ball.

ROLL UP ------ Grandpa asked me, could you roll up that string for me?. -------------- roll up...
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Enrollar. to wrap something around itself to make the shape of a tube or ball.

ROUGH UP ----- When Oviedo got to jail, he was punched and kicked by the guards. They know that roughing new prisoners up makes them easier to control. -------------- rough up...
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Golpear. to hurt someone by hitting them. (see also: push around).
DIGA: Rof arriba

ROUGH UP ----- Ralf said those fucking black guys roughed us up and took away our equipment. -------------- rough up...
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Golpear. to hurt someone by hitting them. (see also: push around).
DIGA: Rof arriba

ROUND UP somethibg. ------- Round up to the nearest dollar. If the amount is $96.60, make it $97.00. -------------- (round up), something...
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Redondear. to increase a number to the nearest whole number, or the nearest number ending in zero. (See also: round something down).

ROUND UP something. ------- It's £19.50 but we'll round that up to £20.00. (round up), something...
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Redondear. to increase a number to the nearest whole number, or the nearest number ending in zero. (See also: round something down).

ROUND UP ------- The dogs rounded up the cattle. -------------- round up...
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juntar, reunir, arrear. to find and gather together (people, animals, or things).

ROUND UP ------ The police rounded up all the suspects. -------------- round up...
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juntar, reunir, arrear. to find and gather together (people, animals, or things).

RUN UP ----- I hope the company reimburses us as soon as we get back. We’ve run up quite a large bill at the hotel since we arrived. -------------- run up...
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Sobregirarse con tarjeta de credito, gastar mucho dinero en credito. to spend a lot of money on credit.

RUN UP ------ Luis Rivas ran up a lot of bills at the hotel. -------------- run up...
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Sobregirarse con tarjeta de credito, gastar mucho dinero en credito. to spend a lot of money on credit.

RUN UP AGAINST ----- Jane said, we’ve run up against some technical problems in the factory, so we’ll have to put back some of our product delivery dates. -------------- RUN UP AGAINST.
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Encontrarse con muchas dificultades. to encounter problems, often unexpected. (see also: (be) faced with, come up against, run into).
DIGA: Correr arriba contra

RUN UP AGAINST----- The Texan Governor scheme has run up against local opposition. -------------- run up against...
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Encontrarse con muchas dificultades. to encounter problems, often unexpected. (see also: (be) faced with, come up against, run into).
DIGA: Correr arriba contra

USE UP ----- The earth's resources are being used up at an alarming rate. ------------------ use up...
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Acabarse todo por completo. to finish a product (so that there's none left).

USE UP ----- The kids have used up all the toothpaste. ------------------------ use up...
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Acabarse todo por completo. to finish a product (so that there's none left).

WAIT UP ------ I’ll be working late tonight and I’m not sure what time I’ll be getting home karla, so don’t wait up for me. Just go to bed at the usual time. -------------- wait up...
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Esperar a alguien despierto. to stay awake because you are expecting someone to arrive. (see also: stay up).

WAIT UP ----- Don't wait up for me honey, I'll be home late since my flight has been delayed. -------------- wait up...
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Esperar a alguien despierto. to stay awake because you are expecting someone to arrive. (see also: stay up).


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