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POP UP ----- Lots of second-hand shops have suddenly started to pop up in my town. ------------------- POP UP.
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Lots of second-hand shops have suddenly started to pop up in my town. ------------------- to pop up.

POP UP ----- New problems pop up every day. ------------------- POP UP.
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Salir de repente. salir de la nada. if a problem crops up, it suddenly happens, often when it is not expected. (see also: pop up, come up).

COUGH something UP. ----- The police made the suspect cough up the names of his accomplices. ------------------- COUGH something UP.
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Caerse con la lana. soltar el billete. o Soltar la sopa. Soltar prenda. to give (something, such as money or information) to someone especially when you do not want to.

COUGH something UP. ----- We had to cough up an extra hundred dollars for the car rental. ------------------- COUGH something UP.
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Caerse con la lana. soltar el billete. o Soltar la sopa. Soltar prenda. to give (something, such as money or information) to someone especially when you do not want to.

COMING UP ----- With the election "coming up", both candidates are spending all their time on the campaign trail. ------------------- COMING UP.
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Venir en seguida. Something that is coming up will happen soon or will appear soon.

COMING UP. ----- Our interview with the mayor is "coming up" after this commercial. ------------------- COMING UP.
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Venir en seguida. Something that is coming up will happen soon or will appear soon.

CHAT UP somebody. ----- Serapio is very good at chatting girls up. He makes them laugh. ------------------- CHAT UP somebody.
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Carear, persuadir sexualmente. Talk to someone you are sexually interested in to get them interested in you.

CHAT UP somebody. ------ Gerardo tried to chat up a girl at the subway. ------------------- CHAT UP somebody.
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Carear, persuadir sexualmente. Talk to someone you are sexually interested in to get them interested in you.

FUCK UP ---- That rude boy said, I wish my parents would stop fucking up my life!. ------------------- FUCK UP.
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Cagarla, arruinar. to make a mistake, or to damage or spoil something. (see also: mess up, slip up, fuck up).

FUCK UP ---- Daniel felt bad about fucking the baseball game up for everyone else by becoming drunk. ------------------- FUCK UP.
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Cagarla, arruinar. to make a mistake, or to damage or spoil something. (see also: mess up, slip up, fuck up).

SCREW UP ----- I'm sorry dad. I fucked up the final exam. Sorry about that, I know, I screwed up. ------------------- SCREW UP.
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Cagarla, arruinar. to make a mistake, or to damage or spoil something. (see also: mess up, slip up, fuck up)...

SCREW UP ----- I've totally screwed up this soup by putting too much salt in it. ------------------- SCREW UP.
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Cagarla, arruinar. to make a mistake, or to damage or spoil something. (see also: mess up, slip up, fuck up).

GOBBLE UP ----- The children are afraid that monsters will gobble them up. ------------------- GOBBLE UP.
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Devorar, tragar, engullir rapidamente. to eat (something) quickly or to use a lot of your supply of something, usually money and to make the sound that a male turkey makes. (see also: scoff down, gobble down, scarf down, wolf down).

GOBBLE UP ----- The mounting legal costs quickly gobbled up their savings. ------------------- GOBBLE UP.
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Devorar, tragar, engullir rapidamente. to eat (something) quickly or to use a lot of your supply of something, usually money and to make the sound that a male turkey makes. (see also: scoff down, gobble down, scarf down, wolf down).

BUFF UP ----- Edgar is at the gym buffing up every evening. ------------- BUFF UP.
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Ejercitar... to get ripped. to become stronger and more muscular or to make (someone or something). stronger and more muscular by exercising and weight lifting.

BUFF UP ----- Alfonso buffed himself up by going to the gym every day. ------------------- BUFF UP.
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Ejercitar... to get ripped. to become stronger and more muscular or to make (someone or something). stronger and more muscular by exercising and weight lifting.

WIND UP ------ Aleyda said, It was almost time for our trip to Texas, and my parents were more and more wound up, checking everything a hundred times a day. ------------------- WIND UP.
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Alterado, nervioso, estresado, o emocionado... stressed, nervous or excited.

WIND UP ------ Esme, don't get the kids all "wound up" slinging mud at me. ------------------- WIND UP.
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Alterado, nervioso, estresado, o emocionado... stressed, nervous or excited.

SCROLL, or SCROLL UP ------- Ceci, you need to scroll up to the top of the screen to access the main menu bar. ------- SCROLL, or SCROLL UP
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Desplazar hacia arriba, irse hacia arriba. to move text or images of a Web page, document, etc., up, down, or to the side on a computer screen so that you can see all of it.

SCROLL, or SCROLL UP ------ You have to scroll up the top of the screen to see the title of the Web page. -------------- SCROLL, or SCROLL UP.
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Desplazar hacia arriba, irse hacia arriba. to move text or images of a Web page, document, etc., up, down, or to the side on a computer screen so that you can see all of it.

WIND UP ---- The Castro family wound up being millionaires. -------------------WIND UP.
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Terminar en, ir a dar en. to reach or come to a place, situation, or condition that was not planned or expected. (also: finish up, end up).

WIND UP ---- Although Edith studied tourism, she wound up working as a baby sitter. ------------------- WIND UP.
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ir a dar en, terminar en. to reach or come to a place, situation, or condition that was not planned or expected. (also: finish up, end up).

to SLING ----- Esme, don't get the kids all wound up "slinging" mud at me. ------------------- to SLING.
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Tirar, aventar, arrojar, lanzar, tirar. to throw (something) with a forceful sweeping motion.

to SLING ----- Gladys, don't get the kids all wound up "slinging" mud at Martin. ------------------- to SLING.
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Tirar, aventar, arrojar, lanzar, tirar. to throw (something) with a forceful sweeping motion.

WIND something UP ----- Jane said, I’d like to wind up the meeting soon. ------------------- WIND something UP.
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Terminar, finalizar. to end something.

WIND something UP ----- Quito said, ok guys, it's time to wind up the game now.! ------------------- WIND something UP.
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Terminar, finalizar. to end something.


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