PHRASAL VERBS up 16

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CURL UP ------- My big fat lazy cat curled up in front of the fire and went to sleep. ---------------------- curl up.
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acurrucarse, encurvarse. to lie or sit with your back curved and your knees close to your stomach.

CURL UP ------- The young boy Orlando curled up on the bed between his parents and fell asleep. ---------------------- curl up.
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acurrucarse, encurvarse. to lie or sit with your back curved and your knees close to your stomach.

CUT UP ------ Could you cut up some meat for the cat, please?. ---------------------- cut up.
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Picar, cortar en pedazitos. to cut something into small pieces. See also: chop up).

CUT UP ------ If we all join in and cut up the vegetables, it’ll mean we can eat sooner. ---------------------- cut up.
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Picar, cortar en pedazitos. to cut something into small pieces. See also: chop up).

BACK UP ------ When writing your essay, state your thesis and then back up what you say with examples to show that it’s true. ---------------------- back up.
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Respaldar, apoyar. to prove that something is true.

BACK UP ------ Hilary's findings have been backed up by recent studies. ---------------------- back up.
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Respaldar, apoyar. to prove that something is true.

BANG UP something. ------ How did your truck get all "banged up" Steave?. ---------------------- (bang up) something.
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Dar en la madre, desmadrar, dañar. to damage something such as a vehicle.

BANG UP something. ------ Madonna banged up her car last night. ---------------------- (bang up) something.
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Dar en la madre, desmadrar, dañar. to damage something such as a vehicle. (see also: fuck up).

BANG UP someone ------ O J Simpson was "banged up" for 16 years for a murder that he didn't commit. ---------------------- (bang up) someone.
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Encarcelar. to put someone in prison.

BANG UP someone ------ At present youths can only be "banged up" for crimes such as murder and rape. ---------------------- (bang up) someone.
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Encarcelar. to put someone in prison.

BLOCK UP ----- It smells really bad in the bathroom. The pipes must be blocked up again. ---------------------- block up.
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Bloquear, obstruir. to cover or fill a narrow space with something so that nothing can move through that space. (see also: clog up).

BLOCK UP ----- Dead leaves had blocked the drains up. ---------------------- block up.
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Bloquear, obstruir. to cover or fill a narrow space with something so that nothing can move through that space. (see also: clog up).

BEAR UP --------------- Louis Hays "bears up" well when she’s in a difficult situation. She stays calm and deals with the situation as well as she can. ---------------------- BEAR UP.
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Aguantar, resistir, sobrellevarsela. to behave or deal in a brave way in a very sad or difficult situation.

BEAR UP ------ How is florinda Mesa doing since the funeral?' 'Oh, she's "bearing up". ---------------------- BEAR UP.
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Aguantar, resistir, sobrellevarsela. to behave or deal in a brave way in a very sad or difficult situation.

BEAT UP -------- Bratt told us about the time he was beaten up on the street by a gang of thugs and had to go to hospital. ---------------------- beat up.
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Dar una golpiza, una paliza. to hurt someone badly by hitting or kicking them again and again. (see also: rough up).

BEAT UP -------- Jeshua claims he was beaten up by police. ---------------------- beat up.
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Dar una golpiza, una paliza. to hurt someone badly by hitting or kicking them again and again. (see also: rough up).

BLOW UP ------ Could you come to the party early and help me blow the balloons up?. ---------------------- blow up.
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inflar. to fill something [e.g. balloon, tyre] with air.

BLOW UP ------ Oviedo blew his tyres up using the pressure pump. ---------------------- blow up.
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inflar. to fill something [e.g. balloon, tyre] with air.

CHOP UP ------- Ceci said, could you chop up some vegetables and put them in the soup, please? There’s a knife over there. ---------------------- chop up.
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Picar, Cortar en pedazitos. to cut into small pieces. (see also: cut up).

CHOP UP ------- Let’s chop those old boards up and use them as firewood. ---------------------- chop up.
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Picar, Cortar en pedazitos. to cut into small pieces. (see also: cut up).

PUT UP ------ Elizondo's family (put all of their possessions up) for sale. ----------- put up.
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Poner algo disponible para venta, en adopción, o en alquiler. to put (something) available for people to buy or have.

PUT UP ------ Christine's fathers (put the puppies up) for adoption. ----------- put up.
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Poner algo disponible para venta, en adopción, o en alquiler. to put (something) available for people to buy or have.

HOOK UP. or HOOK UP WITH ------ My wife and I first "hooked up" when we were in high school. ------------------- (hook up) or (hook up with).
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Juntarse con, conocerse con, salir con, pasar tiempo con alguien. to meet somebody and spend time with them.

HOOK UP. or HOOK UP WITH ------ In India I "hooked up with" a couple of students for a few weeks. ------------------- (hook up) or (hook up with).
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Juntarse con, conocerse con, salir con, pasar tiempo con alguien. to meet somebody and spend time with them.

HOOK UP WITH somebody. --------- My cousin and Christine hooked up last night after the party. ------------------------------------- HOOK UP WITH somebody.
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Coger, follar con alguien. to have sex with someone that you just met.

HOOK UP WITH somebody ------------------ Lidia was always hooking up with guys at parties. -------- HOOK UP WITH somebody.
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Coger, follar con alguien. to have sex with someone that you just met.

HOOK UP ------ Check that the computer is hooked up to the printer. ------------------- hook up.
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Conectar, enganchar algo a otra cosa. to connect somebody/something to a piece of electronic equipment, to a power supply or to the Internet.

HOOK UP ------ Grandma was hooked up to an I V drip. ------------------- hook up.
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Conectar, enganchar algo a otra cosa. to connect somebody/something to a piece of electronic equipment, to a power supply or to the Internet.


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