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WASH UP ----- You cooked the meal, so if you show me where the dishwashing liquid is, I’ll wash up righ now. --------------------- wash up (UK).
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Lavar platos. do the dishes (US). to clean the plates, pans, and other things you have used for cooking and eating a meal. (Brit/Aust).

WASH UP ------- I like listening to the radio when I'm washing up. --------------------- wash up (UK).
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Lavar platos. do the dishes (US). to clean the plates, pans, and other things you have used for cooking and eating a meal. (Brit/Aust).

WASH UP ----- Your hands and face are dirty. Go to the bathroom and wash up or you won’t get any dinner!. --------------- WASH UP (UK).
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Lavarse. to wash face and hands. (see also: clean (yourself) up).

WASH UP ------ Be sure you and the kids wash up before dinner. --------------------- WASH UP (UK)...
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Lavarse. to wash face and hands. (see also: clean (yourself) up).

WEIGH something UP ------- The judge told the jury to weigh the evidence up carefully before deciding whether the accused man was guilty or innocent. -------------- weigh something up...
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Considerar, Tomar en cuenta, sopesar. to think carefully about the advantages and disadvantages involved in a situation before making a decision. (see also: size up).

WEIGH something UP ------ Obama said, I'm weighing up the options before I make a firm decision. -------------- weigh something up...
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Considerar, Tomar en cuenta, sopesar. to think carefully about the advantages and disadvantages involved in a situation before making a decision. (see also: size up).

WHIP UP ----- There were people at the protest who were paid to whip the crowd up into an angry mood so they’d start fighting and look bad in the media. -------------- whip up...
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Encender los animos. causar euforia. to try to make strong emotions or behavior in people. (see also: stir up, fire up).

WHIP UP ----- Ibanca Trump had whipped up the audience into a frenzy of excitement. -------------- WHIP UP.
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Encender los animos. causar euforia. to try to make strong emotions or behavior in people. (see also: stir up, fire up).

WIND UP ------- If Donals doesn’t stop making silly mistakes, he’ll wind up losing his job. --------------------- WIND UP.
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Ir a dar, ir a parar. to be in a particular place or situation not because you choose to, but because of other things that have happened. (see also: end up, finish up).

WIND UP ------- There were no hotels available in San Francisco, so we wound up in Oakland. -------------- wind up...
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Ir a dar, ir a parar. to be in a particular place or situation not because you choose to, but because of other things that have happened. (see also: end up, finish up).

WIND UP something. ------- The chairman looked at his watch and decided it was time to wind up the meeting. He didn’t want to be late for his game of golf. -------------- wind up something...
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Finalizar, terminar, concluir. to end something. (see also: wrap up).

WIND UP something. ------- Jane said, I’d like to wind up the meeting soon. -------------- wind up something...
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Finalizar, terminar, concluir. to end something. (see also: wrap up).

WISE UP ------- It took a long time, but George' dad finally wised up to the fact that his business was going to fail no matter how hard he worked. ---------- wise up.
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Empezar a entender o darse cuenta de la realidad sobre algo, Percatarse, entrar en razón. to start to understand the truth about a situation. (see also: cotton on).

WISE UP ------ Dave Truska said, It's about time some employers "wised up", to the fact that staff, who are happy, work more efficiently. ---------- wise up.
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Empezar a entender o darse cuenta de la realidad sobre algo, Percatarse, entrar en razón. to start to understand the truth about a situation. (see also: cotton on).

WRITE UP something. ----- After finding all the figures and information she needed, Rosie began writing up her marketing report. -------------- write up something...
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Escribir. to write something on paper or on a computer in a complete or final form, often using notes you have made.

WRITE UP something. ------ Hey, April, Have you written up that report yet?. ----------------- WRITE UP something.
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Escribir. to write something on paper or on a computer in a complete or final form, often using notes you have made.

WRAP UP something. ------ We wanted to wrap Samantha’s birthday present up but we couldn’t find any birthday paper, so we had to use some plain paper instead. ---------- (wrap up) something.
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Envolver. to cover something in paper, cloth, or other material, especially in order to give it to someone as a present or in order to protect it.

WRAP UP something. ----- I haven't wrapped up Quito's Christmas present yet. ---------- (wrap up) something.
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Envolver. to cover something in paper, cloth, or other material, especially in order to give it to someone as a present or in order to protect it.

WRAP UP ----- Big daddy hit two home runs to wrap up the game for his team. -------------- wrap up...
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Finalizar, terminar. to complete an activity, especially successfully. (see also: wind up).

WRAP UP ----- The two sides hope to wrap up an agreement by next month. -------------- wrap up...
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Finalizar, terminar. to complete an activity, especially successfully. (see also: wind up).

WASH UP ----- Trash washed up on the beach after the storm. --------------------- wash up.
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Arrastrar (por las olas del agua). to be carried by the movement of water to the shore.

WASH UP ----- The driftwood was washed up on the beach. --------------------- wash up.
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Arrastrar (por las olas del agua). to be carried by the movement of water to the shore.


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