PHRASAL VERBS up 13

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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

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

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).

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).

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.

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.

Did Kathy Williams read up on Japanese business culture before she went there?. -------------- 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.

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.

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.

Selin Dion rolled up her sleeping bag as soon as she got up. -------------- roll up...
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Enrollar. to wrap something around itself to make the shape of a tube or ball.

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

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

The jailers didn't kill el chapo, they just roughed him up a bit as a warning. -------------- rough up...
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Golpear. to hurt someone by hitting them. (see also: push around).
DIGA: Rof arriba

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).

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 the amount up to the nearest dollar if it’s over the 50-cent mark. (round up), something...
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Redondear. in mathematics, to increase a number to the nearest whole number, or the nearest number ending in zero. (See also: round something down).

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

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).

Maribel rounded up people to play basketball. -------------- round up...
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juntar, reunir, arrear. to find and gather together (people, animals, or things).

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.

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.

How did they manage to run such a huge bill up at the hotel? Did they buy it?. -------------- run up...
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Sobregirarse con tarjeta de credito, gastar mucho dinero en credito. to spend a lot of money on credit.

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

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

Carlos Slim said, we’ve run up against some strong competition from foreign producers. -------------- 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

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).

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).

Don't use up all the milk Quito - we need some for breakfast. -------------- use up...
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Acabarse todo por completo. to finish a product (so that there's none left).

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).

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).

Soco waited up most of the night for her teenage daughter to come home. -------------- 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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