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PUT UP ------ They're putting up a new office building on Main Street... put up.
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Construir. to build (something).

PUT UP ------- Donal Trump wants to put up a big wall...... put up.
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Construir. to build (something).

DO UP something. --------- Don’t forget to do up your seatbelt before you start driving...... (do up) something.
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Abotonar, abrochar, amarrar. to fasten something.

DO UP something. ------- Ibanka said, hey honey, can you help me "do up" my dress?....... (do up) something.
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Abotonar, abrochar, amarrar. to fasten something.

ANTERIOR ------ The veins anterior to the heart........ anterior.
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frontal. near or toward the front of something (such as the body).

ANTERIOR ------- The anterior part of the brain....... anterior.
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frontal. near or toward the front of something (such as the body).

MUDDLE something/somebody UP ------- Donald said, You've muddled up all my papers mother fucker!. --------------- muddle something/somebody up.
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revolver, confundir. to mix up (something) in a confused way.
revolver, confundir. to mix up (something) in a confused way.

MUDDLE something/somebody UP ------- Brenan brothers They look so alike, I always get them muddled up....... to muddle something/somebody up.
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revolver, confundir. to mix up (something) in a confused way.

PASS UP ------- Juan el niñote passed up the opportunity to study in a top university when he was young. He wanted to start up his own business instead...... pass up.
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dejar pasar. to not take advantage of an opportunity. (see also: turn down).

PASS UP ------- I had to pass the invitation up to go to Australia as I didn’t have time to go...... pass up.
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dejar pasar. to not take advantage of an opportunity. (see also: turn down).

PATCH something UP ----- Edgar and Ann argue a lot, but they always manage to "patch things up" again afterwards. ------------------------------- patch something up.
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Reconciliar. to try to improve your relationship with someone after an argument. (see also: smooth over, make up).

PATCH something UP ----- Has Donal managed to finally "patch things up" with Melany after their little falling-out?. ------------------------------- patch something up.
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Reconciliar. to try to improve your relationship with someone after an argument. (see also: smooth over, make up).

PAY UP ------ We used to sell our products on credit, but we often had to wait too long for customers to pay up, so now we require payment in advance....... pay up.
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Pagar por completo, ponerse al corriente. t to give someone the money that you owe them, especially when you do not want to. (see also: settle up).

PAY UP ------- If Ralf doesn't pay up, I'll punch him out. It's as simple as that....... pay up.
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Pagar por completo, ponerse al corriente. t to give someone the money that you owe them, especially when you do not want to. (see also: settle up).

PERK UP ------- Julian was really quiet at the party until Quito got there, and then he perked up and started to have fun...... perk up.
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Animarse, mejorarse... to improve or become more exciting, to suddenly become happier or more energetic, or to make someone feel this way. (see also: liven up, cheer up).

PERK UP ------- I felt really tired when I woke up, but I'd perked up a bit by lunchtime....... perk up.
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Animarse, mejorarse... to improve or become more exciting, to suddenly become happier or more energetic, or to make someone feel this way. (see also: liven up, cheer up).

PICK UP ------- There’s this huge outdoor market in Bangkok where you can "pick up" lots of cheap clothes and get heaps of other stuff too. ------- PICK UP.
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Comprar, conseguir. to get or buy something when you have gone to a place to do something else. something. (see also: snap up).

PICK UP ------- I picked up a leaflet on vitamin supplements while I was at the doctor's office. ------- PICK UP.
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Comprar, conseguir. to get or buy something when you have gone to a place to do something else. something. (see also: snap up).

PICK UP something. ------ Let’s stop the meeting now and take a break for lunch. When we get back, we’ll "pick up" the discussion again from where we stopped........ (pick up) something.
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Continuar, seguir de donde te quedaste... to start something again [e.g. story, relationship] from the point where you had stopped. (see also: carry on, go on).

PICK UP something. -------- My daddy "picked up" the story at the point where Jill had been rushed to hospital........ (pick up) something.
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Continuar, seguir de donde te quedaste... to start something again [e.g. story, relationship] from the point where you had stopped. (see also: carry on, go on).

PICK UP ON something. ------- When you’re at a party, make sure you pick up on any hints or signs people make to show that they’re interested in you....... (pick up on) something.
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Notar, darse cuenta de, alcanzar a ver, percatarse, enterarse. to spot or notice something that a lot of other people have not noticed. (see also: cotton on (to).

PICK UP ON something. ------- Dad had picked up on the tension between Kaz and me....... (pick up on) something.
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Notar, darse cuenta de, alcanzar a ver, percatarse, enterarse. to spot or notice something that a lot of other people have not noticed. (see also: cotton on (to).

MUDDLE somebody UP ------- Slow down a little Kaz, you're muddling me up........ MUDDLE somebody UP.
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Confundir. to confuse somebody.

MUDDLE somebody UP -------- I always get their names "muddled up" in my mind. -------------- MUDDLE somebody UP.
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Confundir. to confuse somebody.

FOLLING OUT ------- Has Donal managed to patch things up with Melany after their little "falling-out"?. ----------------------------------- falling-out.
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Discusión, desacuerdo, pelea, riña, ri. a serious argument or disagreement.

FOLLING OUT -------- Ibanka and Melany aren't speaking at each other - they've had a serious "falling-out". --------------------------- falling-out.
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Discusión, desacuerdo, pelea, riña, ri. a serious argument or disagreement.


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