PHRASAL VERBS up 18

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COME UP ------- What time does the sun come up at this time of year?........ come up.
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Salir. to appear, to rise. to be mentioned or discussed. or to be going to happen very soon.

COME UP -------- Why does the moon sometimes look so big when it’s coming up?........ come up.
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Salir. to appear, to rise. to be mentioned or discussed. or to be going to happen very soon.

COME UP AGAINST. -------- We (come up against) many problems in life, and we have to deal with them........ (come up against).
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enfentrarse con, verselas con. enfentrarse con, verselas con. to have to compete against someone who will be difficult to beat. (see also: (be) faced with, run up against).

COME UP AGAINST -------- Anyone who competes in this karate tournament will (come up against) some very tough competition........ (come up against).
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enfentrarse con, verselas con. to have to compete against someone who will be difficult to beat. (see also: (be) faced with, run up against).

COME UP TO -------- If Donal's work doesn’t come up to the standard we require, we’ll have to let him go and employ someone else instead....... (Come up to).
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be good enough, or as good as someone or something else. (see also: live up to, measure up).

COME UP TO -------- Did the design come up to the level of excellence Oscar de la Renta expect?....... (Come up to).
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be good enough, or as good as someone or something else. (see also: live up to, measure up).

COME UP WITH -------- How did the Spanish architect Gaudi come up with such incredible designs for his buildings? ....... come up with.
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Crear, imventar. to think of or to suggest a plan or idea, a solution to a problem, or an answer to a question. (see also: make up, think up).

COME UP WITH ------ Juan Gabriel always comes up with powerful lyrics for his songs........ come up with.
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Crear, imventar. to think of or to suggest a plan or idea, a solution to a problem, or an answer to a question. (see also: make up, think up).

COUGH UP ------ When the boy Ralf coughed up blood, his father drove him straight to the hospital........ cough up.
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escupir. arrojar. to bring a substance [e.g. blood, phlegm] into your mouth from your lungs or throat by coughing.

COUGH UP -------- Most smokers cough more phlegm up from their lungs than non-smokers........ cough up.
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escupir. arrojar. to bring a substance [e.g. blood, phlegm] into your mouth from your lungs or throat by coughing.

CRANK UP --------- The music isn’t loud enough. Let’s crank it up and get this party going... crank up.
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Subir, incrementar. to increase or improve something. (see also: turn up).

CRANK UP ------ It’s too hot in here. We should crank up the air conditioning... crank up.
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Subir, incrementar. to increase or improve something. (see also: turn up).

CREEP UP ON -------- Old age "creeps up on" you. One day you’re young, but before you know it you’ve got gray hair and a wrinkly face. -------- CREEP UP ON.
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Sorprender, aproximarse, llegar sin darse cuenta. To approach without someone realising.

CREEP UP ON --------- Credit card debt "crept up on" Ibanka, and now she has a serious problem........ creep up on.
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Sorprender, aproximarse, llegar sin darse cuenta. To approach without someone realising.

CROP UP ------- We have to expect problems to crop up now and again, and we should know how to deal with them....... crop up.
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Pasar de repente. surgir, salir de la nada. if a problem crops up, it suddenly happens, often when it is not expected. (see also: pop up, come up).

CROP UP -------- Health problems start to crop up more when you’re over 60 years old....... crop up.
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Pasar de repente. surgir, salir de la nada. if a problem crops up, it suddenly happens, often when it is not expected. (see also: pop up, come up).

BREAK UP -------- My son got in a fight at school today, and a teacher broke it up and kept both boys in after school. ------------------ break up.
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Parar una pelea. to stop a fight.

BREAK UP -------- The police were called in to "break up" the rioters. ------------------ break up.
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Parar una pelea. to stop a fight.

GET UP TO -------- We got up to all sorts of mischief when we were kids, like stealing golf balls from golfers and then selling them to the golf shop. -------------------------------------- get up to.
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Ponerse tras algo, Tramar, hacer travesuras o diabluras. to make mischief or do something wrong or naughty.

GET UP TO ----- The accountant (got up to) his usual tricks to cheat the company. -------------------------------------- get up to.
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Ponerse tras algo, Tramar, hacer trvesuras o diabluras. to make mischief or do something wrong or naughty.

CHEER UP ------ Do you think going dancing would cheer Sally up? She’s still feeling bad about losing her job........ cheer up.
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Animar. To make someone less unhappy. (see also: brighten up).

CHEER UP ------ Kim was upset so we took her to see a funny movie and it cheered her up........ cheer up.
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Animar. To make someone less unhappy. (see also: brighten up).

PUT UP --------- It's time to put up your toys and get ready for bed........ put up.
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Acomodar, poner en su lugar. to return (something) to the place where it belongs.

PUT UP -------- Mom washed, dried, and put up the dishes after dinner........ put up.
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Acomodar, poner en su lugar. to return (something) to the place where it belongs.

TIE UP ------ April tied up the phone for an hour....... tie up.
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Mantener ocupado, Saturarado. to prevent the use or progress of (something). (see also: use up, back up).

TIE UP ------ Teacher Rodolfo's had the printer tied up for the last half hour, printing out his reports....... tie up.
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Mantener ocupado, Saturardo. to prevent the use or progress of (something). (see also: use up, back up).

PUT UP ------- Evelia went around town putting up posters for the concert........ put up.
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Instalar, poner. to cause (something) to be on a wall, to hang from a ceiling, etc.

PUT UP ----- Ana said, I just put up new curtains........ put up.
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Instalar, poner. to cause (something) to be on a wall, to hang from a ceiling, etc.


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