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

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

Don’t forget to do up your seatbelt before you start driving...... (do up) something.
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Don’t forget to do up your seatbelt before you start driving...... (do up) something.

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

Hey Damian, "do your laces up" or you'll trip over. ---------------------------------- (do up) something.
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Hey Damian, "do your laces up" or you'll trip over. ---------------------------------- (do up) something.
Abotonar, abrochar, amarrar. to fasten something.

My friend Julio Ramirez noticed that my zipper was undone and told me to "do it up". -------------------------------- (do up) something.
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My friend Julio Ramirez noticed that my zipper was undone and told me to "do it up". -------------------------------- (do up) something.
Abotonar, abrochar, amarrar. to fasten something.

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

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

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

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

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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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.
dejar pasar. to not take advantage of an opportunity. (see also: turn down).

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

I can’t believe you passed up the chance to make a parachute jump...... pass up.
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I can’t believe you passed up the chance to make a parachute jump...... pass up.
dejar pasar. to not take advantage of an opportunity. (see also: turn down).

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

Apparently Marck Anthony and Jennifer Lopez they're trying to "patch up" their marriage. ------------------------------- patch something up.
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Apparently Marck Anthony and Jennifer Lopez they're trying to "patch up" their marriage. ------------------------------- patch something up.
Reconciliar. to try to improve your relationship with someone after an argument. (see also: smooth over, make up).

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

If Ralf doesn't pay up, I'll punch him out. It's as simple as that....... pay up.
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If Ralf doesn't pay up, I'll punch him out. It's as simple as that....... pay up.
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).

That's fifty bucks you owe me Erick. Come on, pay up!... pay up.
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That's fifty bucks you owe me Erick. Come on, pay up!... pay up.
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).

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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Julian was really quiet at the party until Quito got there, and then he perked up and started to have fun...... perk up.
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).

I felt really tired when I woke up, but I'd perked up a bit by lunchtime....... perk up.
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I felt really tired when I woke up, but I'd perked up a bit by lunchtime....... perk up.
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).

Hey Emmy, a strong cup of coffee might perk you up... perk up.
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Hey Emmy, a strong cup of coffee might perk you up... perk up.
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).

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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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.
Comprar, conseguir. to get or buy something when you have gone to a place to do something else. something. (see also: snap up).

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

Should I pick up something for dinner while I'm in town?....... pick up.
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Should I pick up something for dinner while I'm in town?....... pick up.
Comprar, conseguir. to get or buy something when you have gone to a place to do something else. something. (see also: snap up).

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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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.
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).

My daddy "picked up" the story at the point where Jill had been rushed to hospital........ (pick up) something.
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My daddy "picked up" the story at the point where Jill had been rushed to hospital........ (pick up) something.
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).

Can you go back to your old job and "pick it up" from where you left off?........ (pick up) something.
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Can you go back to your old job and "pick it up" from where you left off?........ (pick up) something.
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).

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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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.
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).

Dad had picked up on the tension between Kaz and me....... (pick up on) something.
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Dad had picked up on the tension between Kaz and me....... (pick up on) something.
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).

The research group has picked up on the trend of women having children at an older age....... (pick up on) something.
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The research group has picked up on the trend of women having children at an older age....... (pick up on) something.
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).

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

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

I made an error in my calculations, but nobody picked up on it....... (pick up on) something.
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I made an error in my calculations, but nobody picked up on it....... (pick up on) something.
Notar, Darse cuenta de, Percatarse, enterarse. to spot or notice something that a lot of other people have not noticed. (see also: cotton on (to).

Never pass up the chance to say "I love you" because tommorrow isn't promised...... pass up.
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Never pass up the chance to say "I love you" because tommorrow isn't promised...... pass up.
dejar pasar. to not take advantage of an opportunity. (see also: turn down).

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

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

Justin Bieber had a "falling-out" with his parents over money. ----------------------------------- falling-out.
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Justin Bieber had a "falling-out" with his parents over money. ----------------------------------- falling-out.
Discusión, desacuerdo, pelea, riña, ri. a serious argument or disagreement.


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