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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).

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).

I'd better wash up the dishes before I go. --------------------- 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).

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

I have trouble getting my son to wash up before meals. He’s a lazy boy. --------------------- wash up (UK)...
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Lavarse. to wash face and hands. (see also: clean (yourself) 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).

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).

Anna you have to weigh up the pleasures of living in the country against the convenience of living in a town. -------------- 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).

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).

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).

Martin Luther King whipped up the crowd with a highly controversial opening speech. -------------- 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).

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).

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).

Ted Cruz wound up owing almost $50,000 in loans for graduate school. -------------- 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).

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).

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).

The judge decided it was time to go home and told the lawyers to wind it up. -------------- wind up something...
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Finalizar, terminar, concluir. to end something. (see also: wrap 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).

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).

President Felipe Calderón once said, those who think that mariguana it's a harmless recreational drug, should "wise up". ---------- 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).

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.

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.

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.

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.

The manager of the store said to the cashier, make sure you wrap that glass up carefully before you pack it. ---------- (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.

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).

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).

The president of the company said, I’d like to wrap up the meeting soon. -------------- wrap up...
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Finalizar, terminar. to complete an activity, especially successfully. (see also: wind 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.

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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